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2012 News and Events Archive

Latin America and community is the focus for La Casita Culture Center event

Feb 17, 2012
Paulina Ochoa of Yale University will lead a roundtable discussion

Reflection and Identity: Works by W. Michelle Harris and Michael Roman

Feb 17, 2012
The Community Folk Art Center exhibition embraces questions of gender, identity and societal expectations

Building new forensics tools

Feb 23, 2012
Scientist plans to study molecular fingerprints of toxic agents

SU's Nationally Competitive Scholarships Committee helps students obtain coveted awards

Feb 27, 2012
Biology alumna credits faculty mentors for her success at the National Institutes of Health

SU professors edit landmark book on Afro-Latin American rights

Feb 27, 2012
Kwame Dixon, John Burdick trace rise of Afro-Latin American social movements

College of Arts and Sciences students selected as 2013 Class Marshals

Feb 29, 2012
Stephanie Kranz and Kishauna Soljour will carry the class of 2013 banner

The untold history of the White House focus of AAS Second Annual Colloquium

Mar 5, 2012
Award-winning journalist, activist, and scholar Clarence Lusane will discuss his book, "The Black History of the White House"

SU Library, SU Humanities Center announce Central New York Humanities Corridor Visiting Scholar Program

Mar 5, 2012
Program to spur national, international interest in area collections

Religion, environment, and activist nuns topic of discussion at Syracuse University

Mar 6, 2012
Sarah McFarland Taylor will discuss her book "Green Sisters"

Lethal speech: Next topic in the Spring 2012 Raymond Carver Reading Series

Mar 7, 2012
Ben Marcus will read from his latest book "Flame Alphabet"

March Madness with a twist of science

Mar 7, 2012
Twenty-three teams of students will compete in regional Science Olympiad at Syracuse University

High-school students spend an afternoon as college science students

Mar 8, 2012
The students participated in the Nottingham Early College High School Biology Apprenticeship

New exhibit at the MOST explores time on a microscale

Mar 13, 2012
Created by a Syracuse University chemist, the exhibit aims to help children understand time

'Submission' author Amy Waldman to speak March 22

Mar 13, 2012
Former Times reporter discusses debut novel

SU's Ray Smith Symposium concludes with residencies by art historian, musicologist

Mar 13, 2012
Guest scholars discuss Medieval and Renaissance art, music, and gender