The 18th annual Syracuse University Human Rights Film Festival (SUHRFF) is online from Sept. 24-26 due to COVID-19 restrictions. The film festival is part of Syracuse Symposium 2020-21: FUTURES and is presented by the Syracuse University Humanities Center in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Newhouse School of Public Communications. Accessed through the film festival website. Each film will…
Game-changing approach will help inform decision-making, protect public health in Albany, Buffalo and Syracuse. The New York State Department of Health has selected the SARS-CoV-2 Early Warning Wastewater Surveillance Platform (SARS2-EWSP) to pilot a statewide coronavirus
We welcomed a new decade with innovative ideas and graduated our largest class of students in May 2020, but even with the excitement surrounding major milestones, this new chapter did not unfold as we – or anyone – had planned. Find out how our students, faculty, staff and alumni embraced virtual learning and remote employment.
At Huntington Family Centers, Syracuse University social work alumni get creative to help the community during the pandemic. When the coronavirus pandemic hit last spring, Charity Purchas ’13, G’19 lived up to her name and sprang into action to help her community
Corcoran High School graduates head to Syracuse University full of hope for their future and love for their hometown. It was winter 2020 and six Corcoran High School seniors had some big decisions to make. Their final year in the Syracuse City School District (SCSD) was winding down
Pursuing an art photography degree developed Genevieve Marshall’s listening and observation skills—and led to a career supporting Syracuse’s refugee community.
Dear Falk Students, Welcome back to campus, returning Falk students! Please join me in welcoming the Class of 2024, as well as our new transfer and graduate students. We’re so glad you’ve decided to join the Orange family. This summer was much different than what we all expected
The Aging, Health and Neuroscience research cluster searches for relationships between our brains, our behavior and our well-being. Professors have combined their expertise to investigate the connections between social and cultural characteristics, vascular health and longevity
Professor of Practice Tracey Musarra Marchese trains the next generation of social workers to address challenges of online interaction, digital divide and social isolation. Last semester, one of Tracey Marchese’s students was pursuing his undergraduate degree while simultaneously working full time
News from Food Studies at Syracuse University! Nearly 10 years since the first food studies course was offered in Falk College, extensive class offerings, growing numbers of students majoring and minoring in food studies, an expanding list of community partners, and increased research funding are just some of the many strengths that define the food studies program at Syracuse University today