To inspire the next generation of public servants, Robert Rivera G’18, G’19 shares his experiences as an Army veteran, EMT, and a Team Rubicon volunteer.
Angie Pati has conducted Alzheimer’s and malaria research, trained as an EMT, worked in multiple countries, and served as Student Association Vice President on her path to learning what it takes to make real change happen.
Yaqi Kang embraced her role as a representative of the Chinese and international student communities during her time at Syracuse (雪城大学), and welcomed opportunities to learn about differing cultural viewpoints.
As the greatest distance runner in Syracuse Athletics history, Justyn Knight realizes that enormous hard work, dedication, training, and tactical skills are required to compete and win.
Kristen Unangst excelled as Syracuse's mascot Otto, as a supply chain management and finance major in the Whitman School, and by making the most of every opportunity the university could provide.
Megan Forbes entered college with an eye for creative problem-solving and is developing her craft through Syracuse's communications design major at the College of Visual and Performing Arts.
The University's first Mitchell Scholar, Cameron MacPherson, is studying intercultural theology at Trinity College in Dublin.
Thanks to a $5 million gift from Marvin and Helaine Gold Lender, the Lender Center for Social Justice launched in September 2018.
The Educational Model Program on Water-Energy Research serves as an interdisciplinary graduate-level training ground for scientists.
Interim Chief Diversity Officer Keith A. Alford is committed to finding solutions for a more inclusive campus.