Comedian John Mulaney has canceled his appearance for the Traditions Commission's scheduled show on Oct. 11. Details regarding the event will follow in the next few days, including information regarding already purchased tickets.
If you are feeling overwhelmed, sad or depressed, or just not enjoying life anymore, it may be time to pause and take a moment to assess your emotional health. The Syracuse University Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) is offering depression screening throughout October, National Depression Awareness Month. The screenings for faculty and staff are [ […]
Richard Ravitch, former lieutenant governor of New York, will deliver the next Tanner Lecture on Ethics, Citizenship and Public Responsibility on Oct. 10 at 4 p.m. in Maxwell Auditorium. His talk is titled “Public Responsibility and the Federal-State Disconnect.” Ravitch is a lawyer, businessman and public official who has been engaged in both private and p […]
We invite you for participation in the research project “Health Behaviors among African American College Students.” This study was designed to better understand determinants of health behaviors in college students of African descent. College students of African descent have not been well-represented in many fields of science, which makes our study particular […]
The School of Information Studies (iSchool) will be offering an Exam Study Workshop for the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification exam. Classes will begin on Thursday, Oct. 2, and will meet weekly through Nov. 13 from 6-8 p.m. in Hinds Hall. This workshop was specifically designed in collaboration […]
The School of Information Studies (iSchool) welcomes alumnus Luk Boral back to campus to deliver a talk titled "Swimming Through My Global Career: How one international student achieved success as a leader and manager." Boral ’06 G’07 arrived in the U.S. on a swimming scholarship from Poland. As a freshman, he was barely able to […]
The holiday season will soon be here, and the Holiday Sharing Program is gearing up for another year of making the season brighter for dozens of local families. The Syracuse University Holiday Sharing Program pairs Syracuse University schools, colleges and departments with families in need during the holidays. Families identified have had a setback during [… […]