Archive for the ‘University News’ Category

Dear Orange Friends: Nearly 27 years ago, terrorism struck the Syracuse University community and changed our world forever. Because of Pan Am Flight 103, this great University long ago experienced the searing pain of terrorism. Each day since then, we have paid respect to those victims and learned how to   Read More ...

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Dear Orange Friends: I have been teaching negotiation this semester with Maxwell doctoral candidate Hengel Reina, most recently in the format of a one-credit course offered for nine hours on a Saturday and four hours on a Sunday during the same weekend. The students come from almost all the schools   Read More ...

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Dear Orange Friends: A lot happens on the Syracuse campus on a typical day, and it is hard to take it all in. We have great faculty and a strong academic community, and that means a lot of people come here for visits, including from other universities. Sometimes our students,   Read More ...

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Dear Orange Friends: Last week I sat in at the back of a lot of classes, including Introduction to Managerial Accounting (Whitman); Race, Gender, and the Media (Newhouse); Principles of Instruction and Learning (Education); and Introduction to Family Development (Falk). I will be sitting in on other classes in all   Read More ...

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Dear Orange Friends: I am deeply grateful to a large group of Syracuse people who, over the course of the summer, worked hard to improve the physical infrastructure of our campus. There were times this summer when it was difficult to walk ten feet without dodging a construction project, but   Read More ...

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Dear Orange Friends: On Ostrom Avenue, tucked into the upper floor of a building across the street from Thornden Park, is a Syracuse University program that teaches 10,000 students a year and that few know about. It is called Project Advance, which offers University classes to seniors at more than   Read More ...

B’more Orange wanted to ensure that you all saw the VERY well written article below on Chancellor Syverud from yesterday’s D.O. While not everyone has the same unfettered access to the Chancellor that many of the alumni leaders do, this gives the S.U. community a bit more insight into the Chancellor as both a person and leader of our   Read More ...

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Hello Everyone, Please enjoy the most recent E-Newsletter from Chancellor Kent Syverud. Dear Orange Friends: Last week I was fortunate to attend a symposium to celebrate the work and legacy of Professor Mĩcere Gĩthae Mũgo. Tributes honoring Professor Mũgo as she prepares to retire from Syracuse have streamed in from around   Read More ...

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As part of National Orange Day this year the Alumni office of the university is planning a road trip! They will be visiting 30 cities within 3 days and calling the trip #Celebrate SU. It is a very quick stop in each city to ask alumni to meet University representatives   Read More ...

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Though it isn’t November, our B’more Orange Board elections are here and we want to know what you think. Simply fill out the form below and make your voice heard! Cara Gardner Class of 2000, Board of Directors Nominee Cara Gardner, the PR Coordinator at GEA Process Engineering, spends her   Read More ...

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