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'A Time to Become My Own Person'

Feb 26, 2018
Emily Dyckman ’19 stepped on campus ready for the career on the stage. However, she quickly discovered her true passion in the foundational beauty of applied mathematics.

Scientists Examine Link Between Surface-Water Salinity, Climate Change in Central New York

Feb 22, 2018
A new study by Kristina Gutchess, a Ph.D. candidate in Earth sciences, considers the impact of de-icing salt on the Tioughnioga River watershed.

'Court in Session' for Diversity Law Day

Feb 21, 2018
The award-winning Mock Trial Team recently headlined Syracuse’s Diversity Law Day. Based in A&S, the team was joined by area high school students, who observed the trial and participated as jury members.

Dean's Team Accepting Applications for Membership

Feb 14, 2018
Returning undergraduates in A&S and the Maxwell School are invited to apply for membership in the Dean's Team, which assists A&S Dean Karin Ruhlandt with various admissions activities throughout the year.

A Dual Purpose

Feb 1, 2018
Kalyn Des Jardins ’18, who is majoring in anthropology in A&S and Maxwell and advertising in Newhouse, says a dual degree program enhances her worldview and critical thinking ability.

College Unveils Academic Strategic Plan

Jan 31, 2018
A&S Dean Karin Ruhlandt praises the document as a "roadmap for the future."

Humanities Center Dissertation Fellows to Discuss Research Jan. 26

Jan 22, 2018
Maria Carson and Thomas J. (T.J.) West III—Ph.D. candidates in religion and English, respectively—will give overviews of their dissertations.

Biology Department Engages in Local Outreach

Jan 19, 2018
Students, postdocs and faculty are using a grant award to promote a better understanding of evolutionary biology.

‘Paris Noir’ Information Session to be Held Jan. 23

Jan 16, 2018
Students wishing to learning more about the influence and dynamics of Black culture, literature and experience in Paris, past and present, are invited to attend an information session about the “Paris Noir” study abroad program.

Fast Talker

Jan 10, 2018
Scott Ely, a Ph.D. candidate in physics, took top honors in the “Lightning Round” contest at the U.S. Large Hadron Collider Users Association Meeting, recently held at Fermilab near Chicago.

Feedback Sought on Presentations by Honors Director Finalists

Dec 12, 2017
Members of the campus community are encouraged to react to presentations by professors Chris E. Johnson and Danielle Taan Smith.

Honors Director Search Continues with Finalist Visits

Dec 4, 2017
Finalists Chris E. Johnson and Danielle Taana Smith—professors at Syracuse and RIT, respectively—are presenting at open forums.

University Hosts Information Session on Public Humanities Fellowships Dec. 8

Nov 29, 2017
Two $8,000 fellowships are awarded each year, supporting student-led public humanities research.

Michelle Zaso Awarded Prestigious NIH Fellowship

Nov 27, 2017
Michelle Zaso, a Ph.D. candidate in psychology, is the recipient of Kirschstein National Research Service Individual Predoctoral Fellowship, which will support her dissertation research relating to teen alcohol use.

Physics Student Reaps Success as Bioentrepreneur

Nov 21, 2017
Aaron Wolfe, a Ph.D. candidate in physics, is founder and COO of Ichor Therapeutics, a contract research firm focusing on aging and aging pathways.

Maura Larkin Ivanick Appointed Interim Director of Advising and Career Services

Nov 7, 2017
Ivanick was director of academic advising and counseling services in A&S from 1997 to 2003.

Meredith Symposium to Showcase Undergraduate Science Research Nov. 4

Oct 30, 2017
Robert P. Doyle, Meredith Professor of Chemistry, is the founder of a symposium highlighting scientific research by women and first-generation students.

Feedback Solicited from College Community Regarding Academic Strategic Plan

Sep 27, 2017
Members of the A&S community are invited to read the draft of the College's Academic Strategic Plan and submit their feedback.

A Summer of Capitol Importance

Sep 26, 2017
Andrew Regalado ’20, a political science major in A&S and the Maxwell School, reflects on his summer internship with U.S. Rep. Ed Royce (representing Southern California’s 39th district) in Washington, D.C.

Finding Common Ground

Sep 21, 2017
Student research in the humanities is building bridges to the arts, natural sciences and social sciences.

Join Us for Law Week 2017

Sep 20, 2017
Interested students and alumni are invited to attend Law Week (Sept. 25-28), a series of workshops and seminars designed to help with the law school application process.

Arts and Sciences Unveils Milton First-Year Lecture Series

Sep 13, 2017
Sonia Flores, a University of Colorado professor who studies pulmonary complications of HIV infection, will lead off the series on Sept. 18.

Curious Properties

Sep 7, 2017
Members of the Department of Physics analyze flocking behavior on curved surfaces.

Origins of Excellence

Aug 14, 2017
Kim La '20, a sophomore at Syracuse, and The Ngo, a freshman at Columbia, credit A&S Dean Karin Ruhlandt for stoking their interest in chemistry.

Syracuse Shines at American Sociological Association Meeting in Montreal

Aug 12, 2017
Researchers in the Department of Sociology are tackling issues of culture, inequality and social inclusion.

Undergraduate Research Gets Major Boost from New Program

Jul 13, 2017
Syracuse's new Young Research Fellows Program benefits first- and second-year students in all disciplines.

Jordan Barrett: Astronaut Scholar

Jun 26, 2017
The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation has recognized Barrett '18, a dual major in physics and mathematics and a member of The Renée Crown University Honors Program.

Students Inducted into Prestigious Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society

Jun 23, 2017
Forty-one students from A&S join the nation's oldest honor society for the liberal arts and sciences.

Two Syracuse Students Named Goldwater Scholars

May 10, 2017
Jordan Barrett '18 and Maizy Ludden '19, members of The Renée Crown University Honors Program, have been named 2017 scholars by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program.

Combating Graduate School Stress, One Click at a Time

May 9, 2017
Luka Negoita, a Ph.D. candidate in biology, is the founder and CEO of HabitU, a new smartphone app that helps people manage and reduce stress.

Learning Outside the Bubble

May 5, 2017
Dante Moss ’18, a dual major in policy studies and political science in A&S and the Maxwell School, considers his time at Syracuse “monumental.”

Reflections of Excellence

Apr 25, 2017
The Humanities Center offers a range of student and faculty fellowships, underscoring the University's commitment to high-impact research.

Navigating His Future

Apr 24, 2017
Earth sciences major Anthony Crespo ’18 recently participated in a six-week transatlantic voyage, organized by the Sea Education Association at Woods Hole, Mass.

Biochemistry Undergraduate Receives American Diabetes Association Award

Apr 18, 2017
Naomi Rivera Robles ’17 recently received a Minority Undergraduate Internship Award from the American Diabetes Association. The $3,000 award allows her to continue her research in the development of new diabetes treatment options.

New Connections Equal New Opportunities

Apr 4, 2017
Lilly Teevens ’17, a senior majoring in economics, has a job waiting for her at EY (formerly Ernst & Young), thanks to an A&S immersion experience.

Student Profile: Joel Rempillo

Apr 4, 2017
After serving in the U.S. Army, Joel Rempillo choose Syracuse University for its academics, location, and especially, it's reputation with transitioning Military Veterans.

Economics of Success

Feb 24, 2017
Andrea Fleming ’17, a double major in economics and international relations, credits Syracuse for making her more ambitious and goal-driven.

Everyone is Rooting for Each Other’s Success

Feb 24, 2017
Economics major, Leigh-Anne Barreira '17 says that the Orange Community immediately won her over when choosing a University.

We're Just Wild About 'Harry'

Feb 9, 2017
Nearly 100 lucky A&S students went behind the scenes of Harry Connick Jr.’s popular, new daytime TV show. (VIDEO)

The Science of Shipwrecks

Jan 26, 2017
A legendary Honors course, taught by Cathryn Newton, uses maritime tragedies to illuminate both science and human culture.

Power and Places Inform Student’s Poetry

Jan 11, 2017
Coronat Scholar Farrell Greenwald Brenner ’17 is celebrating the debut of her first published collection poems.

Rock and a Hard Place

Dec 13, 2016
Recent events at Standing Rock spark new questions about sacredness, the environment and tribal nation sovereignty.

A Broader View of Transnational Feminism

Nov 16, 2016
Sheila Ragunathan, a graduate student at Goethe University in Germany, is enrolled in Syracuse's women's & gender studies department.

Student Explores Scottish Identity, Culture Through Fulbright Program

Nov 9, 2016
Hannah Butler '19, a member of The Renée Crown University Honors Program in A&S, participated in the Fulbright-Scotland Summer Institute 2016.

A&S Student Competes in LAX European Championships

Nov 2, 2016
Benjamin Uveges, a Ph.D. student in Earth sciences, represented Hungary this past summer on lacrosse's international stage.

'SUPrise Advise

Oct 26, 2016
A&S students can find out the status of their core requirements by visiting pop-up tables around campus.

Education Activist Jonathan Mooney to Deliver Milton Lecture Oct. 19

Oct 5, 2016
Mooney is the co-author of the best-selling "Learning Outside the Lines" (Touchstone, 2000), and is co-founder of the Project Eye-to-Eye.

Internship + Hard Work = Full-Time Job

Sep 21, 2016
Less than a month into their senior year, Jean Degraphe and Anthony Rumi have full-time jobs waiting for them after graduation.

Looking for a Needle in the Haystack

Sep 6, 2016
Deithard Struelens G'17, a member of the Janklow Arts Leadership Program, has traveled the world, only to discover that what he has been searching for, the whole time, is at Syracuse.

Relishing the Global Classroom

Jun 17, 2016
Frederick Cieri ’17 has been awarded a Boren Scholarship to visit São Paulo, Brazil, for a year to pursue Portuguese and Brazilian studies.

Keep on Moving

Jun 13, 2016
Jean Degraphe '17 is getting hands-on financial training this summer, interning at Bloomberg L.P. in Miami.

Onondaga Lake Research Leads to EPA Fellowship

May 11, 2016
José L. Marrero-Rosado '17, a dual biochemistry and anthropology major, has been awarded a two-year Greater Research Opportunities Undergraduate Fellowship from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Orange Spirit and Cutting-Edge Research

May 10, 2016
Jessica Toothaker '17, a 2016 Goldwater Scholar, will spend the summer in Bar Harbor, Maine, participating in the Research Experience for Undergraduates program.

From Bangladesh to Burbank

Apr 11, 2016
Tulipe Hosenn '17, a political science major in A&S and the Maxwell School, is interning this summer with the Disney-ABC Television Group in Burbank, Calif.

Investing in His Future

Apr 11, 2016
Anthony Rumi '17, an economics major in A&S and the Maxwell School, is training to work for a top-tier investment company.

No Place Like Home

Feb 25, 2016
Bill Lentz '16, a double major in physics and applied mathematics, considers Syracuse "home away from home," despite a daily commute to campus.

On Her Own Two Feet

Feb 22, 2016
Deyara Tabu Morris ’16, a double major in mathematics and art & music histories, credits A&S for letting her "spread her wings."

Network with A&S Alumni over Spring Break

Feb 18, 2016
A new program in Advising & Career Services enables students to interact with alumni nationwide via face-to-face, phone, or Skype.

Open to Change

Feb 16, 2016
Courtney Rosser ’16 is parlaying her Neuroscience Integrated Learning Major (ILM) into a career in healthcare communications.

Proud to be Orange

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

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."

Happy Holidays from A&S

Dec 17, 2015
Wishing you and your loved ones a wonderful holiday season, filled with joy and happiness. May 2016 bring you good health, peace, and prosperity. The "Friday Five" will return on Friday, January 15.

A Seat at the Big Table

Dec 9, 2015
Ryan Hackett '16, a senior majoring in political science and international relations, is representing the University at a major conference at West Point.

Advising & Career Services Announces 2015-16 'Career Conversations' Lineup

Oct 7, 2015
Resume building, cover-letter writing, and interviewing techniques are some of the topics being covered in this new, five-part series, beginning Tuesday, Oct. 13. The series is open to students of all majors.

Have Degree, Will Travel

Oct 1, 2015
Maddi Durbin ’16, a senior majoring in international relations and minoring in both geography and global political economy, plans to spend a year in Africa following graduation, before enrolling in law school.

Syracuse Student Nabs Minority Leadership Award

Sep 29, 2015
Melisa Abernathy, an M.S. student in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, has received the Minority Student Leadership Program Award from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.

Prospective Law Students Invited to Participate in 'Law Week 2015'

Sep 23, 2015
The College of Arts and Sciences will host "Law Week 2015," a five-day initiative designed to prepare Syracuse undergraduates for admission to law school.

Interested in The Renée Crown University Honors Program?

Sep 9, 2015
High-achieving students are invited to apply for spring admission into Syracuse's prestigious Honors Program. (VIDEO)

From University Hill to Capitol Hill

Sep 2, 2015
Matthew O’Leary ’15, a dual major in history and political science, was named “Intern of the Year,” following a semester at the New York State Assembly in Albany.

In the Driver’s Seat

Aug 25, 2015
The College of Arts and Sciences has launched a new and improved Office of Advising & Career Services. Our 20-plus-member team is uniquely qualified to help you in a variety of areas, including career exploration, major and minor degree completion, and pre-law and pre-health advising. To find out how we can help you, visit

‘New York Times’ Best-Selling Author to Deliver Fall Milton Lecture

Jul 14, 2015
William Deresiewicz, a New York Times best-selling author, award-winning essayist, and critic, will deliver this fall’s Milton First-Year Lecture on Monday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.) in Schine Student Center’s Goldstein Auditorium

Atlanta Program Helps Students 'Discover' Heart of the South

Jun 30, 2015
More than a dozen A&S students recently traveled to Atlanta for a four-day immersion program, designed to cultivate professional opportunities. (VIDEO)

Syracuse Student Wins Honors Capstone Awards for Original Novel

Jun 16, 2015
Anastasia Selby '15 has received two major Capstone Project awards from the Honors Program for her debut novel, "The Open Curtain."

A Strong Finish for Art & Music Histories

Jun 2, 2015
The academic year wrapped up with several AMH students garnering major accolades.

The College of Arts and Sciences’ Convocation 2015

May 9, 2015
Dean Karin Ruhlandt imparts words of encouragement to the College of Arts and Sciences' Class of 2015

Syracuse Triumphs at ACC ‘Meeting of the Minds’ Conference

May 8, 2015
Seven undergraduates from the College of Arts & Sciences were invited to give academic presentations at North Carolina State University.

Zeitgeist of Opportunity

May 6, 2015
Triple major Jack Matlack ’15 claims top prize at the Undergraduate Research Conference in German Studies at Moravian College.

The Poet Will See You Now

May 4, 2015
Doctor-to-be Ashlee Thibaud ’16 finds inspiration—and education—in writing poetry

A Thirst for Challenge

May 4, 2015
Erik Brazdukas ’15 had always wanted to be a writer, but, at Syracuse, he discovered a passion for computers.

Syracuse Student ‘Says Yes’ to Art History

May 4, 2015
Thanks to Say Yes Syracuse, Bailey Pfohl ’15 is getting a world-class education, at no cost

A Global Perspective

May 4, 2015
Iti Maloney ’15 is using her Syracuse training to alleviate a resource-strained world

From Leonardo to Liucci

May 4, 2015
Dual major Alex Liucci ’15 is following in the footsteps of his famous idol, by marrying art and science

Every Corner of the World

May 4, 2015
Six Syracuse Alumna share their global experiences while representing the United States and the University.

Syracuse Senior Wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Apr 28, 2015
Kristopher Murray ‘15, a biochemistry major, is using the prestigious fellowship to study bacterial cellulose synthase genes in poplar trees.

Is There a Doctor in the House?

Apr 27, 2015
Lewis Paulino ’16 won’t graduate from Syracuse for another year, but the decorated biology major has already been accepted to medical school.

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