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2014 News and Events Archive

Syracuse’s South Asia Center Receives $1.3 Million ED Grant
Oct 22, 2014
Award will impact inter-institutional collaborations, graduate recruiting, and undergraduate teaching

Syracuse Physicists Closer to Understanding Balance of Matter, Antimatter in Universe
Oct 24, 2014
Sheldon Stone and colleagues present findings at CERN workshop in Switzerland

Poet Daisy Fried to Share Work in Carver Reading Series
Oct 24, 2014
Latest collection named one of last year's best poetry books

The Wunderkind of SU
Oct 27, 2014
Brooke Baerman ’15 is an established undergraduate

Sowing the Seeds of Mathematical Success
Oct 28, 2014
Meghan Pomeroy ’15 gets jumpstart on teaching career

Arts and Sciences Alumna Writes Book on Iconic New York Restaurant
Oct 28, 2014
Elaine Freed Lindenblatt ‘62 takes readers on a trip down memory lane

Bruce Smith Wins Residency in Rome, Italy
Oct 28, 2014
Smith plans to explore city as if revisiting dream

Syracuse University Professor to Host Caribbean Dance Workshops
Oct 28, 2014
Sydney Hutchinson and Wacheva Cultural Arts team up to present November events

Syracuse Launches ‘Nationally Unique’ M.S. Program in Medicolegal Death Investigation
Oct 29, 2014
Program complements graduate, undergraduate certificates in MDI

Syracuse Professor Explores Critical Response to Lloyd Webber’s ‘Phantom of the Opera’
Oct 30, 2014
Amanda Eubanks Winkler reflects on ‘Phantom’'s success amid Thatcher/Reagan era

The Graveyard Shift
Oct 31, 2014
Miani Giron ’16 'ain't afraid of no ghost'

Society for New Music Presents Perspectives on Sounds from East and West
Oct 31, 2014
Zhou Tian’s commissioned work, “Morning after the Deluge,” will be premiered

Syracuse Physicist Liviu Movileanu Receives $1.17 Million NIH Grant to Create ‘Nanobiosensors’
Nov 3, 2014
Research may speed up detection of cancer and other diseases

Syracuse Geologist Reveals Correlation Between Earthquakes, Landslides
Nov 3, 2014
Devin McPhillips has devised method for measuring landslide activity in Peru

Syracuse Artist and Critical Musicologist Explores T-Pain’s Use of Sonic, Cinematic Strategies
Nov 4, 2014
James Gordon Williams is latest addition to Department of African American Studies