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InclusiveU Student and Journalist Thomas Wilson Is a 2023 Unsung Hero

The 38th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Planning Committee has announced the 2023 Unsung Hero Award winners. Joining InclusiveU student Thomas J. Wilson are Syracuse University staff...
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HEOP/SSS: Setting Up First-Generation College Students for Success

“It takes a village to raise a child.” This ancient proverb has been used by everyone from teachers to elected officials to describe the important role a community plays in...
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Through Intelligence++, Domenic Gallo ’24 Reimagines Augmentative and Alternative Communication Tech to Empower Individuals with Speech Disabilities

“I have always been drawn to creative problems, yet I have always solved those problems in technical ways. I am very left-brained. But people need to know being left-brained can...
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Instructional Design Student Anh Murphy Wins CNY BEST Award for Whitman School ITS Onboarding Project

The work of H. Anh Murphy, a student in the Syracuse University School of Education’s Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation (IDDE) master’s degree program, was recognized at the 15th annual...
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Syracuse University Hosts Inaugural New York American Choral Directors Association Collegiate Conference

Syracuse University hosted the inaugural New York American Choral Directors Association (NYACDA) Collegiate Conference on Oct. 21 to 22, 2022, with 75 attendees welcomed to the Setnor School of Music...
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Fatemeh Moghaddam in Conversation on the “Woman, Life, Freedom” Movement in Iran and a Call for Transnational Feminist Solidarity

A doctoral candidate in Cultural Foundations of Education and Women’s and Gender Studies at Syracuse University, Fatemeh Moghaddam’s areas of interest are decolonizing pedagogy and transnational feminist praxis, solidarity and...
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School of Education 2022 Ganders Lecture Will Explore the Colonial Roots of Climate Change

The world is currently grappling with two global crises: climate breakdown and democratic backsliding. During Syracuse University School of Education’s 2022 Ganders Lecture, two environmental experts will explore the links...
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Professor Julia White Awarded SCRC Fellowship to Explore Disability as a Cultural Construction

Julia White, School of Education Associate Professor and Director of the Atrocity Studies and the Practices of Social Justice minor program, has been awarded a Syracuse University Libraries’ Special Collections...
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Professor Corrine Occhino Conducting First National Survey on Reproductive Health Experiences of Deaf Women

As limits to women’s reproductive rights swirl in the national news, one researcher at Syracuse University is engaged in a groundbreaking nationwide study on the reproductive health experiences of Deaf...
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McNair Scholars Program Receives US Department of Education Funding Through 2027

The Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program—part of the School of Education’s Center for Academic Achievement and Student Development—has been awarded $1.4 million in US Department of Education funding...
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