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Chancellor’S Message, Kent Syverud Jul 2014

Chancellor’S Message, Kent Syverud

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Wall Street Ready: The Whitman School’S Orange Value Fund Immerses Students In The World Of Finance And Teaches Them How To Capitalize On The Experience, Denise Jochem-Robertson Jul 2014

Wall Street Ready: The Whitman School’S Orange Value Fund Immerses Students In The World Of Finance And Teaches Them How To Capitalize On The Experience, Denise Jochem-Robertson

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Winning Support: The Center For Fellowship And Scholarship Advising Guides Students In Competing For Prestigious Scholarships, Helping Them Achieve Academic And Career Success, Amy Speach Jul 2014

Winning Support: The Center For Fellowship And Scholarship Advising Guides Students In Competing For Prestigious Scholarships, Helping Them Achieve Academic And Career Success, Amy Speach

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Resounding Tradition: For 125 Years, Students Have Rung The Crouse Chimes, Providing A Sonorous Soundtrack For The University Community, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro Jul 2014

Resounding Tradition: For 125 Years, Students Have Rung The Crouse Chimes, Providing A Sonorous Soundtrack For The University Community, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Opening Remarks, Jay Cox Jul 2014

Opening Remarks, Jay Cox

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Orange Matters, Jay Cox, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Amy Speach, Christine Yackel Jul 2014

Orange Matters, Jay Cox, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Amy Speach, Christine Yackel

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Su People, Amy Speach, Christine Yackel, Paula Meseroll, Jay Cox Jul 2014

Su People, Amy Speach, Christine Yackel, Paula Meseroll, Jay Cox

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


2014 Commencement Jul 2014

2014 Commencement

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


The View Jul 2014

The View

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Alumni Journal, Bob Woods, Laurie Taishoff, Rick Burton, N. Lester Stoddard, Rob Enslin, David Staller, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Amy Speach, Christine Yackel Jul 2014

Alumni Journal, Bob Woods, Laurie Taishoff, Rick Burton, N. Lester Stoddard, Rob Enslin, David Staller, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Amy Speach, Christine Yackel

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Front Matter Jun 2014

Front Matter

Syracuse University Magazine

Front matter


Front Matter Jan 2014

Front Matter

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Opening Remarks, Jay Cox Jan 2014

Opening Remarks, Jay Cox

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Orange Matters, Christine Yackel, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Rob Enslin, Amy Speach, Jay Cox Jan 2014

Orange Matters, Christine Yackel, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Rob Enslin, Amy Speach, Jay Cox

Syracuse University Magazine

Highlights select Syracuse University students, teachers, programs, and employees.


Orange People, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Christine Yackel, Amy Speach, Paula Meseroll, Jay Cox Jan 2014

Orange People, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Christine Yackel, Amy Speach, Paula Meseroll, Jay Cox

Syracuse University Magazine

Profiles people at Syracuse University.


Thoughtful Presence: Chancellor Kent Syverud Is Known And Admired For A Leadership Style That Reflects His Personable Nature, Sharp Intellect, Passion For Listening, And Commitment To Helping Others Achieve Success, Carol L. Boll Jan 2014

Thoughtful Presence: Chancellor Kent Syverud Is Known And Admired For A Leadership Style That Reflects His Personable Nature, Sharp Intellect, Passion For Listening, And Commitment To Helping Others Achieve Success, Carol L. Boll

Syracuse University Magazine

Profiles the life of the 12th Chancellor of Syracuse University, Kent Syverud , discusses his recruitment to SU, his thinking and ideology. *Also includes a separate article entitled "Tracking Toxins," about Dr. Ruth Chen, spouse of Kent Syverud.


Up For The Challenge : Outdoor Ropes Course Takes Participants Beyond Their Comfort Zones And Builds Teamwork, Jay Cox Jan 2014

Up For The Challenge : Outdoor Ropes Course Takes Participants Beyond Their Comfort Zones And Builds Teamwork, Jay Cox

Syracuse University Magazine

The new Outdoor Challenge Course on South Campus provides participants with an unforgettable experience focused on team building—from high above the ground on a rope course.


Manhattan Immersion - As Su’S New Academic Campus In New York City, The Fisher Center Offers Students Across Disciplines Experiential Learning Opportunities In One Of The World’S Most Dynamic Metropolitan Areas, Amy Speach Jan 2014

Manhattan Immersion - As Su’S New Academic Campus In New York City, The Fisher Center Offers Students Across Disciplines Experiential Learning Opportunities In One Of The World’S Most Dynamic Metropolitan Areas, Amy Speach

Syracuse University Magazine

The new Fisher Center measures 20,000 square feet and features state-of-the-art classrooms, studios, and lecture and event spaces to accommodate the University’s customized educational programs in New York, a city that’s home to more than 40,000 Syracuse alumni, and one that offers up the ultimate real-world learning environment.


Central To Lacrosse - Three Lacrosse Films Have Intricate Ties To Su And The Onondaga Nation, Highlighting The Sport’S History And What It Means To Those Who Play It, Scott Pitoniak Jan 2014

Central To Lacrosse - Three Lacrosse Films Have Intricate Ties To Su And The Onondaga Nation, Highlighting The Sport’S History And What It Means To Those Who Play It, Scott Pitoniak

Syracuse University Magazine

Three lacrosse films have intricate ties to SU and the Onondaga Nation, highlighting the sport’s history and what it means to those who play it.


Back Matter Jan 2014

Back Matter

Syracuse University Magazine

Back matter


Alumni Journal, Kathleen Haley, Laurie Taishoff, Elie Rabinowitz, Keith Kobland, Peter I. Rose, Amy Speach, Christine Yackel, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Kathleen Curtis, Carri Prue Jan 2014

Alumni Journal, Kathleen Haley, Laurie Taishoff, Elie Rabinowitz, Keith Kobland, Peter I. Rose, Amy Speach, Christine Yackel, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Kathleen Curtis, Carri Prue

Syracuse University Magazine

Alumni news and profiles.


Chancellor’S Message, Kent Syverud Jan 2014

Chancellor’S Message, Kent Syverud

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Front Matter Jan 2013

Front Matter

Syracuse University Magazine

Front matter


Orange Matters: News From The Su Community, Christine Yackel, Amy Speach, Laura Browder, Jay Cox Jan 2013

Orange Matters: News From The Su Community, Christine Yackel, Amy Speach, Laura Browder, Jay Cox

Syracuse University Magazine

Community Architecture: Accessible Adventure -- Marshall Street Records: Syracuse Sounds -- Carnegie Library Project : return to original splendor -- Moor Court : Winning Arguments -- Research Snapshot -- Newsmakers -- University Treasures: A Personal look at America's Foremost Communist -- Green Roof Project: Measuring the success of rooftop greenery -- Kaye Devesty: Pride of place -- Agrarian Understanding -- Aspects of Aging -- Hoop Scoops -- Digital Edge


A Promise Fulfilled - Syracuse University Graduates Its First Class Of Say Yes Scholars, Christine Yackel Jan 2013

A Promise Fulfilled - Syracuse University Graduates Its First Class Of Say Yes Scholars, Christine Yackel

Syracuse University Magazine

Highlights the role that Say Yes to Education has had on local Syracuse city high school students who have graduated through this program at Syracuse University by making the college dream affordable them.


Welcome To The Acc: Make Way For Tobacco Road, Tiger Paws, And The Ramblin’ Wreck As The Orange Enters A New Era In Its Intercollegiate Athletics History, Jay Cox Jan 2013

Welcome To The Acc: Make Way For Tobacco Road, Tiger Paws, And The Ramblin’ Wreck As The Orange Enters A New Era In Its Intercollegiate Athletics History, Jay Cox

Syracuse University Magazine

A look at the sports teams Syracuse University athletes will be competing against with their move from the Big East to the Atlantic Coast Conference.


Encouraging Words: The Creative Writing Program Marks 50 Years Of Care And Commitment To Developing Writers, Rob Enslin Jan 2013

Encouraging Words: The Creative Writing Program Marks 50 Years Of Care And Commitment To Developing Writers, Rob Enslin

Syracuse University Magazine

The Creative Writing Program celebrates it's 50th year by featuring some of the many authors who have passed through it and shares the secret of its success.


The Cantor Years, Carol L. Boll Jan 2013

The Cantor Years, Carol L. Boll

Syracuse University Magazine

Highlights the tenure of Chancellor Nancy Cantor and her distinctive and innovative thinking during her ten years at the helm of Syracuse University.


A World Of Opportunities, Christine Yackel Jan 2013

A World Of Opportunities, Christine Yackel

Syracuse University Magazine

Describes the partnership between Inkululeko and Syracuse University. Inkululeko’s mission is to provide a small group of South African township youth with the skills, support, and guidance they need to attend and succeed in university by challenging the bigotry of low expectations.


An Enduring Legacy Of Hope: Twenty-Five Years After The Pan Am 103 Terrorist Bombing, Su And Lockerbie, Scotland, Remain Committed To Honoring Those Lost And Moving Forward In Their Memory, Kelly Homan Rodoski Jan 2013

An Enduring Legacy Of Hope: Twenty-Five Years After The Pan Am 103 Terrorist Bombing, Su And Lockerbie, Scotland, Remain Committed To Honoring Those Lost And Moving Forward In Their Memory, Kelly Homan Rodoski

Syracuse University Magazine

If any good can be born out of tragedy, the relationship between Syracuse University and Lockerbie, Scotland after the terrorist bombing of Pan Am flight 103 united these two places like never before. A positive legacy of hope is illustrated by the Lockerbie Scholarship and Remembrance Scholarship which cement these bonds.

(Article includes “A Living Memorial” by Amy Speech on p.46 about the Pan Am 103 Archives that SU holds)