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2012 News and Events Archive

Photographer as Child: A Conversation with the Artist
Jan 30, 2012
Photographer Efren Lopez will discuss his photography, his memoir, and his life experiences

New book focuses on policing in Syracuse's Near Westside neighborhood
Feb 1, 2012
The book was edited by a Syracuse University graduate student

'Zircons and Hell?' focus of Chauncey D. Holmes Lecture and Award Ceremony
Feb 2, 2012
John Valley, the Charles R. Van Hise Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, presented keynote

Spring 2012 Raymond Carver Reading Series features Native American poet
Feb 2, 2012
Santee Frazier G'09 is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.

SU's Dana Spiotta, Bruce Smith finalists for National Book Critics Circle awards
Feb 3, 2012
Spiotta and Smith up for "Stone Arabia" and "Devotions," respectively

Arnold Honig, Syracuse University physics icon, dead at 83
Feb 6, 2012
A member of the Department of Physics in SU¿s College of Arts and Sciences for 56 years, Honig died January 31, 2012

A bug's (sex) life
Feb 7, 2012
Diving beetles offer unexpected clues about sexual selection

Pulitzer-Prize winning columnist to presents 29th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Public Affairs Lecture
Feb 7, 2012
Leonard Pitts, Jr. of the "Miami Herald" won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for commentary

SU's Ray Smith Symposium presents expert on early modern English drama Feb. 23-24
Feb 7, 2012
Brandeis' Thomas King explores relationship between voice, sexuality

Author Beverly Jenkins, Crunk Feminist Collective part of SU's celebration of Black History Month
Feb 7, 2012
The lecture is one of two special events sponsored by the Department of Women and Gender Studies for Black History Month

New study links whale stress to ship noise
Feb 10, 2012
Data collected around the 9/11 terrorist attacks by a Syracuse University biologist plays key role in the study

SU's Jaklin Kornfilt co-edits prestigious linguistics journal
Feb 13, 2012
Special issue of Lingua devoted to nominalizations in linguistic theory

Great Jewish Writers Series continues on Feb. 28 with lecture on Leah Goldberg and Else Lasker-Schueler
Feb 13, 2012
Series presented by SU's Judaic Studies Program, Jewish Federation of CNY

SU helps Jewish Center of Norwich celebrate restoration efforts Feb. 16
Feb 15, 2012
Chancellor Cantor provides $25,000 matching gift

Spring 2012 Raymond Carver Reading Series: Volkswagens as metaphor for life
Feb 16, 2012
Syracuse University alumnus Christopher Boucher G'02 will read from his work, "How to Keep your Volkswagen Alive" (Melville House, 2011)