Avery Callahan is a born problem solver. From helping other students succeed to uncovering better ways to engineer prosthetics, he wants to make a difference in his community.
Architecture major Ethan Russell-Benoit ’19 crafted his student experience to include community engagement, global experiences, and rigorous academics, all so he would have the tools to design for the greater good.
Katy Quartaro ’18 joined the Marine Corps in 2008 with the goal of making the world a better place. Today, she remains dedicated to her path with the help of Syracuse University's student veteran resources.
Miranda Ramirez ’20 strikes a delicate balance between her time on the tennis court and in the classroom, finding success in both fields thanks to Syracuse University's athlete-friendly environment.
Ryan Patel ’19 does it all, and then some. A double major and dedicated student ambassador with his sights set on medical school, Patel isn't letting any second at Syracuse go to waste.
Portland, Oregon, is a thirsty market, and two Syracuse alumni are more than happy to help quench that thirst, having cracked into the craft brewing industry when it was on the brink of its latest stout growth spurt.
Azzah Aldeghather found her passion at Syracuse University, and she became a trailblazer in Saudi Arabia, recognized as its first licensed female architect and consultant.
Preparing students for life beyond the classroom is the main objective of Foundations, a student development series launched in fall 2017.
Thanks to an intense push from Marie Kulikowsky G’00, Syracuse Abroad assistant director of summer programs, and Rick Burton ’80, the David B. Falk Endowed Professor of Sport Management, student-athletes have begun to populate Syracuse Abroad summer programs.