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2016 News and Events Archive

An Afternoon in Special Collections
Jan 4, 2016
Professor Samuel Gorovitz reflects on a recent field trip with his Honors students to the Special Collections Research Center in Bird Library.

Perpetual Peace Project Expands Global Footprint
Jan 6, 2016
A multinational initiative, co-founded by the Syracuse University Humanities Center, moves its base of operations to Utrecht University in the Netherlands.

Syracuse Physicist Named Brightman Endowed Professor
Jan 8, 2016
Duncan Brown, a world-renowned gravitational physicist, is being recognized for his teaching, research, and service.

Georgia on Her Mind
Jan 8, 2016
Law school, volunteerism, and mentorships keep Coronat alumna Na'Tasha Webb-Prather '11 on the go.

Volunteers Needed for Child Behavior Research Study at SUNY Upstate
Jan 12, 2016
New study seeks children ages six to 12 and their parents, in hopes of changing the way mental health disorders are understood and diagnosed.

A Spot of Tea
Jan 14, 2016
Romita Ray, associate professor of art history, embarks on a yearlong research fellowship, in support of an upcoming book about the visual cultures of tea consumption in India.

New Book Focuses on Life, Career of Syracuse Poet Philip Booth
Jan 20, 2016
Booth was a professor and poet-in-residence in the English department from 1966 to 1986.

Earth Scientists Awarded Fellowship to Teach, Study in New Zealand
Jan 20, 2016
Professors Suzanne Baldwin and Paul Fitzgerald are using an Erskine Fellowship to support work at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Shakespeare in Our Time
Jan 21, 2016
Dympna Callaghan, the William Safire Professor of Modern Letters, has spent the past year traveling the globe, teaching and writing about the Bard of Avon.

Syracuse Focuses on Women in Physics
Jan 21, 2016
More than a hundred people turned out for a conference on the role of undergraduate women in physics.

Reconstructing 'Shakespeare’s Songbook'
Jan 25, 2016
The Department of Art & Music Histories marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death with a two-week residency by renowned musicologist Ross Duffin.

Humanities Center Announces ‘Ambitious’ Spring Lineup
Jan 26, 2016
The series begins Friday, Jan. 29, with an information session on Public Humanities Fellowships and a moderated discussion about mindfulness as a form of social justice.

Lewandowski Appointed Interim Chair of Psychology
Jan 26, 2016
Lawrence J. Lewandowski, professor of psychology, has been appointed interim chair of that department, taking over for Peter Vanable.

Humanities Center Presents ‘Earth, Water, Woman’ Feb. 6
Jan 27, 2016
A documentary about community reforestation is being shown at CFAC's Caribbean Cinematic Festival, with support from the Humanities Center.

Biology Student Wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Jan 28, 2016
Caitlin McDonough, a Ph.D. student in biology, is using the award to support her study of reproduction.