Category: Across the University

7 Student Teams Win Prizes to Advance Their Intelligence++ Disability, Inclusion Innovations

Seven student-designed products, services, and technologies meant to assist people with intellectual and developmental disabilities won recognition and seed funding at the Intelligence++ Showcase on April 25, 2024. The showcase...
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Christian Bevilacqua ’24 Awarded Prestigious Critical Language Scholarship

Christian Bevilacqua ’24, a Social Studies Education and Geography major in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, College of Arts and Sciences (A&S), and School of Education, is...
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Three School of Education Students Named 2024-2025 Remembrance Scholars

Three Syracuse University School of Education students are among 35 chosen as 2024-2025 Syracuse University Remembrance Scholars. Mason Garbus of Hannibal, NY, is a music education major in the College...
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To Cap a Special Curriculum, Syracuse 8 Members—and Other Special Guests—Visit Jamesville-DeWitt Middle School

Three members of the Syracuse 8 surprised Jamesville-DeWitt middle schoolers on April 19, 2024, the 54th anniversary of their historic boycott, to wrap-up the students’ special unit on “Social Justice...
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Kamille Montgomery ’24: Providing Peer Mentoring Opportunities to Women of Color Through Dimensions

Serving as a peer mentor to Syracuse University’s undergraduate women of color means the world to Kamille Montgomery ’24. When it comes to fostering a strong relationship between herself and...
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School of Education Mourns the Passing of Life Trustee Doris ‘Dottie’ L. Payson ’57

Doris “Dottie” Payson ’57 first parlayed a bachelor’s degree in education from Syracuse University into a teaching career in the Brooklyn School District. But her passion for travel and learning...
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Resurrecting Song: Professor Wendy Moy’s New Book Documents Choral Music’s Resilience During COVID-19

In her new book, Wendy Moy, Professor of Music Education in Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts and School of Education, brings together first-person accounts to offer a...
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Professor Beth Ferri Named to Provost’s Advisory Committee on Promotion and Tenure

Professor Beth Ferri, Syracuse University School of Education Associate Dean for Research, is one of seven faculty members elected to serve on the University Provost’s Advisory Committee on Promotion and...
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School of Education Announces Annual Atrocity Studies Lecture on “Uyghur Genocide: The Ongoing Efforts for Accountability”

 During the spring 2024 Atrocity Studies Annual Lecture—presented by the Syracuse University School of Education—a panel of experts from the Uyghur Human Rights Project and Uyghur American Association, as well...
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Addressing Belonging Among Neurodiverse Students, “Dialog” Wins No Code Design Sprint 

Dialog, an application to increase a sense of belonging on campus for student with disabilities, won the fast-paced, seven-day No Code Design Sprint, hosted by Syracuse University Libraries, the College...
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