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2016 News and Events Archive

Syracuse Geophysicist Questions Stability of Antarctic Ice Sheet

Jan 29, 2016
Robert Moucha, assistant professor of Earth sciences, has co-authored an article in 'Geology' about the impact of the deep Earth on ice-sheet stability.

Humanities Center Presents Renowned ‘Information Designer’ Feb. 10-11
Feb 2, 2016
Clay Spinuzzi, who teaches writing and rhetoric at The University of Texas at Austin, examines how information circulates in contemporary workplace environments.

Ph.D. Candidate Publishes Article on Beetle Promiscuity
Feb 2, 2016
Elizabeth Droge-Young, a Ph.D. candidate in biology, is the co-author of an article on sexual selection in "Behavioral Ecology."

Proud to be Orange
Feb 3, 2016
Eddie Gulino '16, a double major in economics and international relations, considers Syracuse the "dream campus."

La Casita Presents Annual ‘Music of the Heart’ Concert Feb. 13
Feb 3, 2016
Symphoria violinist Sara Silva G'07 and SU:VPA guitarist Kenneth Meyer join the FourteGuitar ensemble for a "musical Valentine."

Lineup Announced for 2016 Spring Carver Reading Series
Feb 3, 2016
This semester's readers are authors Dana Spiotta, Joy Williams, and Colum McCann; and poets JoEllen Kwiatek '80, Brian Turner, and Roger Reeves.

Feminist Scholar Awarded Guest Professorship in Germany
Feb 5, 2016
Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Distinguished Professor and chair of women's & gender studies, recently taught at Goethe University in Frankfurt.

Written in Stone
Feb 8, 2016
Bob Colley, founding editor of the award-winning 'Stone Canoe' arts journal, got his start in A&S.

Syracuse Chemists Expose Side Effects of Antimalarial Drug
Feb 10, 2016
Professor Robert Doyle and a team of researchers are working with a special protein to ensure pharmacological safety.

Syracuse Hosts ‘Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics’
Feb 10, 2016
The University was one of nine institutions to simultaneously participate in a nationwide conference, promoting the role of women in physics.

Syracuse University Makes History
Feb 11, 2016
The violent collision of two black holes, more than 1.3 billion years ago, has led to a new understanding of the Universe. (VIDEO)

Syracuse University Makes History
Feb 11, 2016
The violent collision of two black holes, more than 1.3 billion years ago, has led to a new understanding of the Universe. (VIDEO)

LIGO: At a Glance
Feb 11, 2016
Professors Peter Saulson, Duncan Brown, and Stefan Ballmer have contributed to the "Discovery of the Century."

Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein's Prediction
Feb 11, 2016
Syracuse University is integral to the detection of gravitational waves by LIGO.

The Wave of Discovery
Feb 12, 2016
Please enjoy this special edition of "Friday 5," which is devoted exclusively to this week's announcement about Syracuse's involvement in the detection of gravitational waves. This discovery not only opens up new ways of looking at the Universe, but also affirms our commitment to cutting-edge teaching and research.