Committee on Greek Life seeking faculty member

The Committee on Greek Life (CGL) is charged to review and make recommendations for fraternities and sororities  seeking full recognition, periodic review of the Greek Code, and selecting the annual chapters of the year awards in the spring semester. They meet 3 to 4 times a  year to conduct business. Faculty members with experience in Greek Life are … Continue reading Committee on Greek Life seeking faculty member

‘Three Things I Learned’ to cover tech, social media Sept. 16

Join us in person on Thursday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. in the TV Studios IRC 111 with Kyle Beckley,  class of ’08 and co-founder of Full Out Creative in NYC; Alice Maggiore, class of ’10 and director of communications for the Downtown Committee of Syracuse Inc.; and Jessica Reynolds, class of ’12 and writer/editor … Continue reading ‘Three Things I Learned’ to cover tech, social media Sept. 16

D’Antonio Student Travel Fund available to help students attend conferences, workshops

What?  The D’Antonio Student Travel for Excellence Fund provides financial support to students attending professional meetings, workshops, conferences, and competitions, whether they are held in person or virtually.  Who? Both full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate students in any academic discipline are eligible to apply for and receive travel awards (priority is given to undergraduate students … Continue reading D’Antonio Student Travel Fund available to help students attend conferences, workshops

Milne Library hosting 9/11 poster exhibition

Milne Library is participating in September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World, an educational poster exhibition that presents the history of 9/11, its origins, and its ongoing implications through the personal stories of those who witnessed and survived the attacks. Told across 14 posters, this exhibition includes archival photographs and images of artifacts from the … Continue reading Milne Library hosting 9/11 poster exhibition

Summer 2021 student research projects on display, to be presented

Thirty undergraduate students participated in the 2021 Student Research Summer Fellowship Program, working with faculty mentors on team or individual projects. Project posters will be on display in Hunt Union’s International Lounge from Sept. 8 through Sept. 17 (see event flier). Summaries of projects undertaken are available here.   Student researchers will be available for presentation at their … Continue reading Summer 2021 student research projects on display, to be presented

Tracy Betsinger publishes article on the effects of urbanization on past populations

Tracy Betsinger, Anthropology, recently published the article, “Toward a bioarchaeology of urbanization: Demography, health, and behavior in cities in the past,” in the Yearbook of Physical Anthropology (vol. 175, issue S72). The co-written article provides a comprehensive summary of what bioarchaeologists have discovered about the effects of urbanization on past populations.