Chancellor Nancy Cantor pursued a vision that took Syracuse University to new heights. Also featuring: Joining Forces, A World of Opportunities, An Enduring Legacy of Hope.
The Cantor YearsLink
During her decade-long tenure, Chancellor Nancy Cantor pursued a vision that took Syracuse University to new heights, leading a transformation that expanded opportunities and forged collaborative partnerships on campus, in the community, and around the world.
The Institute for Veterans and Military Families is the nation's leader in serving veterans and their families, guiding strategies to support their success.
A World of OpportunitiesLink
Syracuse University and a South African youth program team up to provide educational and enrichment initiatives on two continents.
An Enduring Legacy of HopeLink
Twenty-five years after the Pan Am Flight 103 terrorist bombing, SU and Lockerbie, Scotland remain committed to honoring those lost and moving forward in their memory.
Also in this IssueLink
- 12th Chancellor Selected: Syverud Chosen to Lead the University
- International Exchange: Advancing Disability Rights in Ethiopia
- Huntington Hall Renovation: Grand Entrance
- Buildings Update
- Communication Sciences and Disorders: New Facility Enhances Faculty Work and Gebbie Clinic's Reach
- University Treasures: Drawn to Birds
- Smart Grid Lab: Powering the Future
- Food Studies: From Farm to Fork
- SU Press: Celebrating 70 Years of Scholarly Publishing
- Research Snapshot: Natural Selection and Genes Determining Highter Arterial Saturation in Peruvian Quechua
- Cynthia Gordon: Understanding Talk
- Janessa Bonti: Driven to Succeed
- Syeisha Byrd: Community Energizer
- Eric and Anthony McGriff: Dynamic Duet
- Amit Agrawal: Creating Waves
- Lee Badman: Connections Expert
- Q&A with Kristie Salerno Kent '95: A Performer’s Inspirational Journey
- Donald T. MacNaughton L'68: Syracuse Spirit
- Shahin Clark '82: Revenue Super Sleuth
- Autumn Figueroa '04, G'06: Uplifting Educator
- Photo Gallery: Orange Central 2013
- James Wines '56: Bridging Art and Architecture
- Marty Glickman Award: Spotlight on Sportscasting
- The View: South Campus Solar Panels