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2015 News and Events Archive

Art Historians Make History at Syracuse
Jan 3, 2015
Professors Luis Castañeda and Sascha Scott (both of the Department of Art and Music Histories) make authorial debuts with art books on ’68 Olympics and Native cultures, respectively.

Syracuse Professor to Discuss ‘Cultural Entrepreneurship’ at Rochester Symposium Jan. 14
Jan 6, 2015
Mark Nerenhausen joins SoHarlem’s Janet Rodriguez for daylong program

Syracuse Professor to deliver keynote address at MLK celebration in Geneva, NY
Jan 14, 2015
Silvio Torres-Saillant will discuss the importance of peaceful coexistence as the keynote speaker of the Martin Luther King, Jr. March and Memorial in Geneva, NY.

Syracuse professor examines 200 years of Western American art
Jan 15, 2015
Pioneer documentarian known for ‘Gimme Shelter,’ ‘Grey Gardens’

Contemplative Collaborative Brownbag Series to Kick Off Syracuse University Humanities Center’s Spring Symposia
Jan 15, 2015
The Syracuse University Humanities Center’s Spring Symposia will kick off on Friday, January 16 with the first installment of a three-part Contemplative Collaborative Brownbag Series titled, “Practicing Presence: Mindfulness Practices for Teaching and Learning.”

2015 Spring Symposia
Jan 16, 2015
The Syracuse University Humanities Center recently announced the lineup for its 2015 Spring Symposia. The popular series features two-dozen lectures, workshops, performances, and screenings.

A Conversation with Don Waful
Jan 20, 2015
At 98, Syracuse native Don Waful '37, G'39 is one of the University's oldest surviving military veterans. He recently reflected on his life and loves--and his undying devotion to Syracuse football.

Getting Sentimental
Jan 20, 2015
At 98, Don Waful '37, G'39 is one of Syracuse University's oldest surviving wartime vets.

Syracuse’s Carver Reading Series Announces Spring Lineup
Jan 21, 2015
The Spring 2015 Raymond Carver Reading Series, presented by the M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing, kicked off earlier this week with author Jonathan Dee. Jenny Offill, Syracuse’s inaugural Leonard and Elise Elman Visiting Writer, will be the next featured author on Wed., Feb. 11.

Literary historian Gordon Hutner to speak at Syracuse Jan. 22-23
Jan 21, 2015
The renowned University of Illinois English professor will present a lecture on the 21st-century American novel and a how-to workshop on scholarly articles.

Someone’s in the Kitchen with Daniel
Jan 22, 2015
Less than a year after graduating from Syracuse University, Daniel Kitchen ’14 is already putting his liberal arts education to work. Kitchen is a digital marketing and communications intern at the Fiesta Bowl organization in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Syracuse geologists receive federal grant to study tectonic uplift
Jan 22, 2015
Gregory Hoke and Devin McPhillips are using an NSF EAGER grant to better understand how surface elevation changes with time.

Jonathan Dee Kicks Off Spring Carver Reading Series January 28
Jan 27, 2015
Jonathan Dee is the inaugural author in Syracuse University’s spring 2015 Raymond Carver Reading Series at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 28, in Gifford Auditorium.

Women’s and Gender Studies Chair Vivian May Publishes New Book
Jan 27, 2015
On the heels of being elected president of the National Women’s Studies Association, Vivian May, associate professor and chair of women’s and gender studies, has just published her latest book, "Pursuing Intersectionality, Unsettling Dominant Imaginaries" (Routledge, 2015).

Syracuse Alumnus Hits Bull’s-Eye with International Research
Jan 28, 2015
Ethan Poskanzer '14 recently had his capstone project published in the academic research journal "The Visible Hand."