Grounded in her commitment to sustainable water management, the young researcher is embracing every chance to learn and lead.
Years after dropping out of high school, the mother of four finds her place at Syracuse University with a 3.9 GPA
In a time when comics did not hold cultural cachet in the United States, Terry Nantiers ’79 pursued his passion for the medium. Today his company, NBM, is a premier publisher of literary comics.
Students trained at the Setnor School of Music enter the world of professional musicianship with an extraordinary foundation that emphasizes theory, inspires creativity and embraces diverse musical traditions.
Knowing how it feels to be alone in an unfamiliar environment, the international relations major has committed herself to helping displaced people adjust and succeed in new communities.
Throughout its 150-year history, Syracuse University has created programs of study that provide a strong academic foundation with an eye toward the future.
Undergraduate grants from The SOURCE empower students to bring their research and creative visions to life. Application deadlines for summer and 2020-21 grants are fast approaching.
For nearly a century, VIPs of government and policy have shared their insights with public-minded students and an engaged campus community at Syracuse University.
Jim and Linda Balducci love showing their Syracuse University pride. Now they hope their gifts will provide opportunities for future students and strengthen the University that they believe is the "backbone" of the city.
Aspiring to be part of something greater than himself, the former professional dancer is seizing chances to lead as a political science and policy studies major.
Syracuse University student entrepreneurs Nikita Chatterjee and Brianna Howard seek to reduce waterborne illnesses in India through an innovative filtration system that incorporates a customary practice.
With unbridled enthusiasm for art and business, the advertising and marketing major embraces whatever challenge comes his way.
The Barnes Center at The Arch positions Syracuse University as a leader in health and wellness in higher education. All under one roof, services from recreation to health care work together to care for and empower the whole student.
Raised in the Bronx, memorial scholar John Jankovic pursues a future built on his love of people, community and politics.
Syracuse University’s participation in a unique communitywide partnership opens doors of opportunity to local students, reinforcing the power of innovation in education.
Law student Manase Nyaga’s breadth of experience and Syracuse University education shape his goal to serve.
With a new, dedicated space in the Barnes Center at The Arch, the University’s pet therapy program brings students and dogs together for relaxing interactions.
A summer SOURCE grant allows art photography major Charlotte Howard to explore the secrets of a South Korean paradise.
Since 1962, the student-run programming board has been uniting the campus through entertainment while giving young leaders a chance to gain professional skills.