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2014 News and Events Archive

Syracuse Psychologist to Study Smoking and Painkiller Misuse Among Older Adults with HIV and Chronic Pain
Sep 15, 2014
Joseph Ditre receives $412,000 National Institute on Drug Abuse research grant

Syracuse Scientists Host University of Calcutta Official
Sep 15, 2014
Vice Chancellor Dhrubajyoti Chattopadhyay explores 'inter-institutional collaborative agreement' with Syracuse

Syracuse Professor Has ‘Final Word’ on Forensic Linguistics
Sep 16, 2014
Tej Bhatia is blazing new trail in 'biometric forensic psychiatrics speech'

Student Spotlight: Christina Tiberio '16
Sep 17, 2014
From Seattle Sweetheart to Syracuse Sweetheart

Erin Carhart ‘14: An Alumna for the Ages
Sep 17, 2014
Current national campus organizer for Planned Parenthood grateful for interdisciplinary experience with College of Arts and Sciences

Living The Dream
Sep 17, 2014
For Nedda Sarshar '17, being an Arts and Sciences student is 'too good to be true'

Student Spotlight: Xingbo Yang
Sep 17, 2014
Graduate student pursuing Ph.D. in physics

Distinguished Philosopher to Deliver Anbar Lectures at Syracuse University, Temple Adath Yeshurun Oct. 26-27
Sep 18, 2014
Lecture series aims to expose campus community to Jewish ethics

Physicists Mark Trodden, Kameshwar Wali to Speak at Syracuse Oct. 2-3
Sep 18, 2014
Both professors have ties to College of Arts and Sciences

Syracuse Professor Featured in Humanities Documentary
Sep 19, 2014
Gregg Lambert interviewed in ‘Value of the Humanities,’ airing this weekend on Dutch television

Syracuse's Carver Series Continues With Novelist Edan Lepucki Sept. 24
Sep 22, 2014
Her book 'California’ got the ‘Colbert-bump’

“The Image of the Black in Western Art: The Final Stages” Subject of Sept. 25 Lecture
Sep 22, 2014
Syracuse University to host David Bindman, distinguished scholar of art history

Syracuse Celebrates Banned Books Week with Community Read-Outs Sept. 25-26
Sep 22, 2014
"Black and Banned" features works by and about African American authors

Syracuse's New Cooling System Heats up Physics Research
Sep 23, 2014
Professor Britton Plourde uses low-temperature refrigeration to study quantum information science

No Need to Pardon Her French
Sep 23, 2014
A lover of linguistic arts and the great outdoors, grad student Elizabeth Blowers shines in and outside the classroom

AAS to Host Symposium to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Chinua Achebe's Arrow of God Oct. 17
Sep 23, 2014
Daylong event free and open to the public