Faculty and students enhance their disciplines with immersive media technology. Also featuring: Solar Solution, Lifting Lives, You’re Hired.
Through immersive media technology, Syracuse faculty and students are finding new ways to enhance their disciplines and work, while also considering its impact on the future.
The Thrive Projects team of SU alumni and students is bringing power to parts of earthquuake-ravaged Nepal with an easy energy fix and empowering its citizens to take the work even further.
Falk College’s Department of Marriage and Family Therapy seeks to promote change and healing in people’s lives, addressing mental health issues through research, teaching, and provising therapy in the community.
Capitalizing on alumni network connections, recent graduates turn internships into employment.
Also in this IssueLink
- Syracuse Abroad: Environmental Excursions
- The Science of Shipwrecks: Exploring Cultural History at Sea
- Typography Design: A Revived Goudy Font Becomes the University’s Signature Typeface
- Research Snapshot: The Visual Cultures of Tea Consumption in Colonial and Modern India
- Middle States Review: Comprehensive Self-Study Aims at Reaccreditation
- University Treasures: Caught by Album Cover Art
- Newsmakers/Sports Notes
- Financial Literacy: Promoting Positive Money Management
- MakerSpace Magic: 3D Printing Helps Students
- Malcolm-Ali Davis ’18: Entertaining Success
- Jennie May ’17: Embracing the Student Experience
- Matt Barbaccia ’16: Pedaling for Parkinson’s Awareness
- Sinéad Mac Namara: Collaborative Building
- Scott Pitnick: Evolutionary Exceptions
- Q&A with Tom Coughlin ’68, G’69: Understanding What’s Important in Life and Tales of SU Football
- Max Levitt ’11: Gearing Up to Play Ball
- Orange Connection: Seminary Colleagues
- José Luis Vilson ’04: Elevating Educator
- Evelyn Granieri ’78: Finding Joy in Geriatric Care
- Philanthropy: #GivingCUSEDay shows the power of alumni support
- Ira Berkowitz ’82: Keeping Orange Company
- Orange Connection: Creating Pathways to Tech Careers
- Tribute with Doug George-Kanentilo ’80: Reflections on a Beloved Friend of Native Peoples
- Michael Wohl ’72, L’75: Constructing a Legacy
- Martha Kelly ’79: Piecing Together a Heroine’s Tale
- 30 Under 30 Honors: Generation Orange Shines on Forbes’s Influential Listings
- Presidential Medal of Freedom with Distinction: Biden Honored for Service to Country
- The View: Campus Hawk Watch