Award-winning TRACE application helps reduce cognitive biases and improve decision making.
Since 2014, veteran and military-connected enrollment has increased over 500 percent, reaching record numbers supported by a wealth of veteran and military resources and programs.
Students and faculty explore the potential of virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality.
As a premier disability research and public policy institute whose work is tied to American civil rights laws, the Burton Blatt Institute's new headquarters in Dineen Hall feels like home.
The honors student and aspiring broadcast journalist embraces hands-on career training while giving back to the campus and community.
SehYeon Park loves a challenge. From moving to a new country to being the first in her family to attend college she has already conquered many and doesn't appear to be stopping anytime soon.
Throughout its history, Syracuse University has earned national titles in a variety of sports.
In a decade-long collaboration of art and science, the Syracuse University Lava Project has fired up researchers and creatives to explore the beauty and characteristics of magma.
For the senior defensive end, his love of bringing down opposing quarterbacks is matched only by his aptitude for poetry.
Aerospace engineering student Ronnie Holmes III says the majority of his motivation comes from his mother, who earned a degree in political science through University College last spring.
The Remembrance Scholar promotes philanthropic and service-oriented values on campus, and his Orange pride is evident in his pursuit of experiential learning opportunities through community engagement.
Prioritizing interdisciplinary education, the professor creates unsurpassed student experiences through hands-on immersion.
Cleantech-focused innovator Joshua Aviv '15, G'17 builds upon the resources at Syracuse University that helped him realize his entrepreneurial dreams.
The public relations major welcomes every opportunity to engage with her Syracuse University community—at home and abroad.
Six former Remembrance Scholars reflect on the various ways the honor has shaped their lives and careers.
Sporting unrivaled school spirit and an infectious smile, the senior and student manager for the men's basketball team inspires the Syracuse community through positivity and reminders that there’s no limit to what he can achieve.
As a longtime television correspondent and anchor, Contessa Brewer ’96 has guided viewers through major breaking news and traversed the divisive issues.
With a creative approach to life, Remembrance Scholar Hanz Valbuena enjoys connecting with people from around the globe and uses his media skills to bring them together.
For four graduate students in the Syracuse University School of Architecture, a semester-long research collaboration offered a unique challenge: work with Corning Research & Development Corporation, one of the world's foremost innovators in materials science, to take an extraordinary glass material and design architectural applications for it.
In the midst of the second World War, Chancellor William Tolley made a difficult decision. In doing so, he stood firm in the University's values of “an institution founded in the interest of truth, which knows no sect, no sex, no color, no contrasts.”
A curiosity about literature’s unrevealed backstories set Jon Clinch apart as a Syracuse University student in the 70s. In his latest novel “Marley,” the acclaimed novelist reimagines the life story of Jacob Marley from Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.”
The Barnes Center at The Arch has been eagerly anticipated by the Syracuse University community. The new facility and the programs that find their home there include many amenities found in other college and university recreation centers, but the facility isn’t what makes the Barnes Center transformational for students.
By emphasizing core University strengths in drug discovery, smart materials and biomechanics, the BioInspired Institute creates new ways of problem solving and finding collaborative solutions that bring together the worlds of living systems and materials.
Justine Legg is redefining the meaning of challenging yourself. As the triple major heads into her senior year she hopes to gain professional skills and continue “squeezing the orange.”
If there is an accolade to be awarded chances are Santita Ebangwese already has it. In four years at Syracuse her list of accomplishments on the court and in the classroom is long. And the biomedical engineering student isn't finished.
At 103, a former POW reflects on “one big lifetime” filled with love, loss and gratitude. Don Waful is not just one of Syracuse University’s oldest living alumni, he’s arguably our most loyal football fan.
Biology professor Jason Fridley explores how invasive species can exploit climate change to gain competitive advantage.
The Connective Corridor strengthens the bond between the city of Syracuse and the University, makes downtown more accessible and has positively influenced downtown development.
Every year Syracuse welcomes hundreds of international students from all over the globe as they embark on a new academic journey. With the help of student ambassadors, and multiple on-campus organizations and programs the University hopes to create an exciting and welcoming atmosphere.
Students pursue their interests and explore new ones through a multitude of campus organizations.
Cafui Awasu reflects on the challenges, discoveries and personal growth of her study abroad experience.
University Professor Stephen Kuusisto has traveled all over the globe working to create opportunities for children of all abilities to demonstrate their talents through inclusive workshops.
While studying neuroscience, chemistry and biology at Syracuse University, Megan Phan nurtured a passion for social justice. In medical school, she aims to craft a career based on health, community and equality.
As sophomores in 2017, student-entrepreneurs Kevin Rieck and Tay Lotte faced choosing between their start-up company and pursuing a degree. With the support of Syracuse University they were able to reach their business goals while continuing their education.
Syracuse University professor Sharif Bey teaches students that art can change the shape of their lives.
Animation is an art form with limitless creativity, where artists can fulfill our wildest dreams, fuel our curiosity and even spark action. New technologies and digital platforms give animators more freedom than ever—and more influence on the viewer’s experience. Some of the minds behind the magic are Syracuse University alumni.
While many graduates have their plans set, others take a different approach to what their future holds.
Syracuse Abroad alumnus Alessandro Pugliese ’19 immerses himself in culture, language of Italy during three semesters abroad.
Armed with engineering skills and a passion for the sustainability movement, Alexandria McDonnell-Flanagin is turning her dynamic learning experiences at Syracuse into a career.
Young Research Fellows Program fuels original research and creative projects for Syracuse University students.
Explore four small and discussion-based honors courses that cover subjects close to the professors’ intellectual pursuits and are often shaped by student input. It’s in these classes where community is truly forged.
Hard work and easy camaraderie flourish on the Syracuse University campus.
Storytellers and readers gain new perspectives through interactions about life experiences.
New Board of Trustees Chair Kathleen Walters aims to use Syracuse's history of diversity and inclusion as the foundation for a very bright future.
After leading Syracuse University to its first NCAA tournament, Allie Munroe charts a course to play professional ice hockey.
Sylvia Montijo worked as a Syracuse University Literacy Corps tutor, studied abroad in Latin America and will soon be in front of a classroom with Teach For America.
Mary C. Daly hopes her speech will serve as a guide for the class of 2019 as they begin the journey to find their 'North Star'.
Student veteran Dan Egert became an ROTC cadet at Syracuse after traveling the world and now he will be putting rockets into orbit.
Steve Barnes sees Syracuse University as a place where students can discover their potential and change their lives.
LEAD: Learn. Engage. Advance. Drive. Syracuse University welcomed nearly 200 leadership volunteers to campus for LEAD, the first-ever volunteer leadership summit.
Brett McKnight was drawn to military service, but then life took him in a different direction.
Adversity is part of life — but senior Arden Wise reminds us it's not how you start, it's how you finish.
Jez Sabaduquia’s love for airplanes has propelled him to 51 countries—and counting.
Valerie Flanagan dreamed of a Syracuse University degree but passed away before it was completed. Now her family is living up to her legacy by getting degrees of their own.
On the heels of an alcohol fueled near-death experience, Seamus Kirst made a decision to pursue a career in journalism. With the help of a master’s degree from Syracuse University, he has rewritten his story by acknowledging the past.
Silicon Valley isn't the first place that comes to mind when thinking of spring break destinations, but for a group of Syracuse students it served as the perfect backdrop for a different kind of vacation.
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.
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 dual major and dedicated student ambassador with his sights set on medical school, Patel isn't letting any second at Syracuse go to waste.
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.
Remembrance Scholar Kelsey Montondo's studies and extracurricular activities center on her passion for promoting health and well-being.
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.