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SU Welcomes Chancellor Kent Syverud

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Kent Syverud formally begins his tenure as Syracuse University's 12th Chancellor.

Learn more about Chancellor Syverud

Read the Chancellor's "Bleeding Orange" blog

Video: Chancellor Syverud's first day

Committed to Inclusion and Accessibility

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Syracuse University values diversity, is committed to inclusion and seeks to provide access for all people, including those with disabilities. Visit Accessible SU for the latest information on disability and accessibility at SU.

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Heat Guidance and Resources

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Syracuse University is monitoring the high temperatures and humidity this week, and as a result, has identified the following locations where hours will be extended to provide a cool space for the University community to go.

Marshall Square Mall will be open daily from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m.

Webster Pool (located in Archbold Gymnasium) will be open during the following times for open swim. A valid SU ID card is needed for entry.
      Monday-Wednesday: 7:15-9:15 a.m.
      Monday-Friday: noon-2 p.m. and  4-8 p.m.

For information on heat illnesses and overexposure to the sun, click here.

Syracuse University Day at Yankee Stadium Set for June 21

Tickets are now on sale for the fourth annual Syracuse University Day at Yankee Stadium. Read more.

Syracuse Stage Presents a Bold Interpretation of “The Glass Menagerie”

Inspired by notes from Tennessee Williams’ original script, the moving play is on stage through April 27. Read more.

Public Art Project Celebrates Syracuse's Bicycle History

The Connective Corridor has awarded a grant to fund innovative public art bike racks for the corridor’s civic strip portion. Read more.

VPA Celebrates Arts in April

The month-long celebration includes drama, fashion, and “The Way Out,” the 2014 master of fine arts exhibition. Read more.

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Geologists Prove Early Tibetan Plateau Was Larger than Previously Thought

Earth scientists in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences have determined that the Tibetan Plateau—the world’s largest, highest and flattest plateau—had a larger initial extent than previously documented.  Their discovery is the subject of an article in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters.

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  • Constitutionalism and the Foundations of the Security State

    April 16, 2014 at 11:45 AM

    201 College of Law

  • Undergraduate Research Conference: Slavery and Abolition

    April 16, 2014 at 12:45 PM

    Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, Bird Library

  • EECS/CASE Colloquium

    April 16, 2014 at 1:00 PM

    4-201 CST

  • Undergraduate Research Conference: Religion in African American History

    April 16, 2014 at 2:15 PM

    Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, Bird Library

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