Professor Zhen Ma aims to fix broken hearts through stem cell research. Also featuring: Running Strong, Fashion Sense, Commencement 2017.
Through stem cell research in his Syracuse Biomaterials Institute lab, Professor Zhen Ma and his team are growing human hearts so they can find better ways to fix them when they break.
Coach Chris Fox helps Syracuse set the pace as a national power in cross country.
Draped in history, the Sue Ann Genet Costume Collection introduces fashion design students to vintage treasures and inspires new creations.
Photographs and highlights of the University’s 163rd Commencement.
Also in this Issue
- IVMF: Career Transition Programs Connect Vets with Opportunities
- One University Awards: Celebrating Our Finest
- Human Rights: Papal Meeting Advances Water Justice
- Research Snapshot: Modeling Auditory Responses and Behavioral Outcomes in Preterm Infants
- University Treasures: Early Rockwell Drawings Discovered
- Bridge to the City: Teacher candidates gain insights and experience through NYC program
- Engineering World Health: Supporting Global Medical Care
- Syracuse Abroad: Exploring New Zealand’s Earthly Treasures
- Women’s Basketball: On to the WNBA
- Sports Notes
- Delta Sigma Pi: Business Fraternity Fosters Professionalism and Service
- Michael D’Eredita G’95, G’98: Optimizing Talent
- Timothy Bryant ’15: Reclaiming Life and Dreams
- Elizabeth Cohen: The Politics of Immigration and Citizenship
- Rick Cieri ’17: International Fluency
- Traditions: Sail On!
- Sarah Glover ’96: Diversifying News Delivery
- Siobhan Sheils G’10: A Diplomatic Life
- Jenna Lucente ’94: Public Art Debut
- Q&A with Ron Franco ’87: Adventures in Flight
- Coming Back Together: 12th Reunion scheduled for September
- Emily Turner ’07: The Gourmet Grilled Cheese Solution
- Kathrine Switzer ’68, G’72: An Iconic Athlete’s Running Lessons
- Jim Morin ’75: A Cartoonist’s Purposeful Punch
- Tim Green ’86, L’94: Athlete, Author, and All-Star at Encouraging Kids
- The View: Central Park Scenes