Magazine: Spring 2014

Thoughtful Presence

Chancellor Syverud is known for a leadership style that reflects his personable nature, sharp intellect, passion for listening, and commitment to helping others succeed. Also featuring: Up for the Challenge, Manhattan Immersion, Central to Lacrosse.

Spring 2014 cover featuring Chancellor Syverud

Cover StoryLink

Thoughtful PresenceLink

In January, Syverud left Washington University to begin his tenure as Syracuse University’s 12th Chancellor and President. And friends, former colleagues, and those involved in his selection say his well-documented passion for empowering the highest and best potential in students, faculty, and the institution as a whole will serve SU very well.

FeaturesLink

Up for the ChallengeLink

The University's new outdoor ropes course takes participants beyond their comfort zones and builds teamwork.

Manhattan ImmersionLink

As SU's new academic campus in New York City, the Fisher Center offers students across disciplines and experiential learning opportunities in one of the world's most dynamic metropolitan areas. 

Central to LacrosseLink

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


Also in this IssueLink

Chancellor's MessageLink

Opening RemarksLink

Orange MattersLink

  • SU Abroad: Exploring Reconciliation
  • Online Education: Knowledge-Sharing Experience
  • Physics: Modeling Tissue Formation
  • Health and Wellness: Soulful Sharing
  • Newsmakers
  • Crown Honors Program: Commemorating a Beloved Scholar
  • Civil Rights Initiative: Justice Seekers
  • Early Education and Child Care: TLC Specialists
  • Archives: Picturing SU's Story

SU PeopleLink

  • Ruitong "Flora" Zhou '14: Global Embrace
  • Matthew Manfra: Alumni Connections
  • Lori Brown: Activist Architect
  • David Van Slyke: Business-Government Relations
  • Nathalie Quezada Warren: Community Connections
  • Joseph E. Darling: Enzyme Intrigue

Alumni Journal Link

  • Harry Rosenfeld '52: Memoirs of a Newspaperman
  • Tribute with Elie Rabinowitz ’05: An Enduring Journey of Friendship
  • Orange Legacy: Eight and Counting for the Rigolosi Family
  • Reflections by Peter Rose ’54: My Indeptedness to Certain Mentors and Models
  • Traditions: WJPZ Radio
  • Van Dean '96: From Broadway with Love
  • Suzanne Butler G'01: Spirited Support
  • Jesse Pickard '06: Educational Game App Guru
  • Eyal Sherman '09: Lessons of Faith and Learning
  • Tanya Forrest Hall '93: Strategy for Success
  • Waleed Abdalati '86: Understanding Earth from Above
  • The View: Celebrating 144 Years