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2015 News and Events Archive

Longtime Arts & Sciences Spanish Instructor Publishes New Book
Mar 27, 2015
Antonio Casale, a longtime Spanish instructor in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences is the author of his fourth novel, titled Winds of Love.

Reflected in the Stars
Mar 30, 2015
The University community gathered last weekend to dedicate the Patricia Meyers Druger Astronomy Learning Center at Holden Observatory. (VIDEO)

A Tireless Pursuit
Mar 31, 2015
On the eve of her retirement, Syracuse Professor Mĩcere Gĩthae Mũgo ponders her life and legacy—and her next move.

Syracuse University’s Writing Program to Host Notre Dame’s John Duffy
Mar 31, 2015
The “Reimagining Student Writers” series presented by the Writing Program in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences will continue this week with a guest lecture by the University of Notre Dame’s John Duffy. Weeks also has been nominated as a University Scholar, one of Syracuse's highest undergraduate awards, and is one of the College's most decorated seniors.

Jazz Icon Randy Weston to Headline Inaugural John L. Johnson Lecture Series April 16
Apr 1, 2015
The Department of African American Studies will honor its founder, John L. Johnson, with a special daylong program.

Zeitgeist of Opportunity
Apr 1, 2015
A&S professor will share the stage with interdisciplinary filmmaker Cauleen Smith, April 7, and legendary pianist Randy Weston,

Syracuse Humanities Center Presents Medical Anthropologist Joseph Alter April 16-17
Apr 3, 2015
University of Pittsburgh professor is known for his groundbreaking study of Nature Cure in contemporary India.

CNY Humanities Corridor Programs Continue Collaboration with the New York Council for the Humanities
Apr 6, 2015
Central New York Humanities Corridor continues its collaborations with the New York Council for the Humanities through two initiatives aimed at engaging the community with humanities scholarship

A&S, SU Abroad Reopen 'Paris Noir' Application Period
Apr 7, 2015
The College of Arts and Sciences and SU Abroad are reopening the application period for one of the University's most revered study abroad experiences: 'Paris Noir.'

Discovering New Connections
Apr 7, 2015
The Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program's first annual research day and poster session was a major success. (VIDEO)

Syracuse to Host Regional Earth Sciences Symposium April 11
Apr 7, 2015
UT Dallas geoscientist John W. Geissman will deliver keynote address.

New Documentary 'Answers the Call' for Syracuse Alumnus
Apr 8, 2015
Producer Bryce Renninger '07 will return to campus on Thursday, April 16, to show and discuss his new documentary, 'HOTLINE.'

Syracuse, SUNY-ESF Host Science Exploration Day for Regional Youth
Apr 8, 2015
STEM Day on the Hill attracts more than a hundred middle and high school students.

Syracuse Takes Top Honors at National Model UN Conference in New York City
Apr 10, 2015
Comprising 23 students, the team represented Ecuador and was named the conference's 'Outstanding Delegation.'

Syracuse Hosts Author/Musician Rita Indiana, Filmmaker Noelia Quintero April 23-24
Apr 13, 2015
The Humanities Center's Spring Symposia series concludes with a mini-residency by Indiana and Quintero. Partners in life and work, they will address issues of contemporary Caribbean identity.