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2012 News and Events Archive

Closing reception for Bomba and Plena Festival exhibition
Jun 25, 2017
The celebration will feature music and dancing

SU biologist named Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
Jan 9, 2012
AAAS to recognize 2012 class of Fellows during annual meeting in Vancouver, Canada, in February

La Casita presents a free workshop on theatre and social change
Jan 10, 2012
Stephen Cross, assistant professor of theater in Syracuse University┬┐s College of Visual and Performing Arts, will facilitate the workshop, which will emphasize the work of Augusto Boal, creator of The Theatre of the Oppressed.

Ray Smith Symposium continues 'Sex and Power' theme with visit by Medieval historian
Jan 12, 2012
University of Alberta's John Kitchen addresses history of Queer sexuality

Spring 2012 Raymond Carver Reading Series opens with novelist Rivka Galchen
Jan 17, 2012
Rivka Galchen is the author of the critically acclaimed Atmospheric Disturbances: A Novel and the Creative Writing Program's Visiting Writer in Residence.

Earth Sciences graduate student receives Pathfinder Fellowship
Jan 19, 2012

Soling students to celebrate writing, editing, designing, publishing a book during single semester
Jan 19, 2012
"Before Our Eyes" anthology explores changing world of publishing

SU launches Janklow Arts Leadership Program
Jan 19, 2012
Barbara Walters headlines star-studded event at New York's Lincoln Center

The SU Humanities Center appoints faculty fellows
Jan 19, 2012
Program enables professors to engage in research, public programming

Renowned artist Shimon Attie to lead speaker series on memory, commemoration
Jan 20, 2012
Visiting professor works at nexus of place, memory, identity

Renaissance Woman
Jan 25, 2012
Ruth Appelhof '65, G'74, G'80, G'89 uses liberal arts training to chart success for Guild Hall in East Hampton

2010 Nobel laureate to speak at Syracuse University Feb. 1
Jan 25, 2012
Ei-ichi Negishi did pioneering research while a member of SU's chemistry department

The SU Humanities Center announces 2012 Spring Symposia
Jan 25, 2012
Features presentations by HC Dissertation Fellows, HC Faculty Fellows, and Humanities Faculty Fellows

Exhibition of Medieval and Renaissance books opens at Bird Library
Jan 25, 2012
"The Power and the Piety" is part of The College's Ray Smith Symposium

Community Folk Art Center hosts film festival, R&B concert
Jan 26, 2012
Events part of CFAC's 40th anniversary