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2014 News and Events Archive

Blinding Us With Neuroscience
Aug 12, 2014
Sheila Shahidzadeh is a world-traveler who’s right at home in the lab

Syracuse University Hosts International Meeting of 18th-Century Scholars Sept. 25-27
Aug 13, 2014
Meeting to focus on theme of 'Commemoration, Memory, and Posterity'

Syracuse’s College of Arts and Sciences Launches Minor in Arabic
Aug 13, 2014
New 20-credit-hour program prepares students to read, write, communicate orally in Arabic

Janklow Program Gains International Foothold
Aug 13, 2014
Zoe Jingrui Zhang G’15 is one of two new students from China

President of Max Kade Foundation to Visit Syracuse Sept. 8
Aug 19, 2014
Lya Friedrich Pfeifer ’65, G’67 will discuss the merits of earning a German degree from Syracuse

Syracuse University Biologist Awarded National Science Foundation EAGER Grant
Aug 22, 2014
Jason Wiles to use grant to expand underrepresented minority participation in STEM disciplines

Syracuse University Physicist Awarded National Science Foundation Grant
Aug 26, 2014
John “Jack” Laiho to use grant to develop precision calculations of particle properties using lattice quantum chromodynamics

Jacoby Loury ’15 Balances Academics, Research, and Volunteer Work
Aug 26, 2014
Rochester native determined to improving mental health for minority youth

A&S Alumnus Credits Career Success to Diverse Education
Aug 26, 2014
Andrew Frisina ’11: “Syracuse University spirit alive and relevant”

Geographer of Opportunity
Aug 27, 2014
CIA analyst-turned-professor Alan C. More ’69 owes his career to the liberal arts

A&S Alumna Wins University of Texas’ ‘Outstanding Teaching Award’
Aug 27, 2014
Mathematics professor Christina Graves G'05, G'09 known for 'liberal arts mindset'

CFAC Executive Director Elected to Association of African American Museums
Aug 28, 2014
Kheli Willetts among prominent group of scholars named to AAAM Board of Directors

Lineup for 2014 “Re-Sounding History Concert and Lecture-Demonstration Series” Announced
Aug 29, 2014
Participants to experience banjos, Appalachian fiddles, and Italian mandolins

Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics to host “Japan Today” Symposium
Sep 2, 2014
Interdisciplinary symposium to examine Japanese literature, film, history, and language