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2012 News and Events Archive

National Book Critics Circle Award winner B. H. Fairchild speaks at Syracuse Symposium Nov. 14
Oct 31, 2012
Poet known for moving portrayals of working-class Midwesterners

SU’s Ray Smith Symposium focuses on Latino/a “Homeland” Nov. 8-9
Oct 31, 2012
Scholars Arlene Dávila and James Green shed light on Latin American, Caribbean displacement

Paperback Writers
Nov 6, 2012
Faculty, alumni mark first 50 years of SU’s creative writing program

Exploring the Earth sciences
Nov 8, 2012
High school students learn about research and career options in Earth sciences.

Grammy-winning country music artist: Next Fall 2012 Raymond Carver Reading Series installment
Nov 12, 2012
Rodney Crowell’s latest work is an album with Mary Karr

Biology’s circle of life
Nov 12, 2012
New book chronicles the history of Syracuse University’s Department of Biology

Arts and Sciences Magazine
Nov 15, 2012
Link to online version of The College of Arts and Sciences Fall 2012 alumni magazine

Empowering young people an ocean away
Nov 16, 2012
Arts and Sciences sophomore deputy director of national advocacy organization

From atoms to satellites
Nov 19, 2012
Alumnus Alfred U. Mac Rae receives Distinguished Alumni Award

The Spirit of the Drums: Bomba y Plena at La Casita
Nov 20, 2012
La Casita Cultural Center 2012 Bomba and Plena Festival

SU Brass Ensemble rings in holidays
Nov 20, 2012
Concerts scheduled for Auburn, Syracuse, and Fayetteville

SU professor to direct Great Law of Peace Educational Center
Nov 21, 2012
Philip P. Arnold says new center will help tell Indigenous story of the Haudenosaunee

Award-winning novelist concludes Fall 2012 Raymond Carver Reading Series
Nov 27, 2012
Creative Writing alumnus Adam Levin will read from his latest work

Hydrologist named Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
Dec 4, 2012
Donald Siegel is honored as a pioneer in groundwater and wetlands research

Food Stories: Course inspires student-community activism
Dec 4, 2012
New Honors Program course taught for the first time during the fall 2012 semester