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October Filled with Disability Awareness Events on Campus

October has been nationally designated as Disability Awareness Month, and here at Syracuse University, the Disability Cultural Center, within the Division of Student Affairs, is partnering with constituents across campus to host a month-long series of events, conversations and programs on the topic. Disabilities may be present at some juncture in all of our lives, whether...
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Professor Tim Eatman welcomes new students to ‘CUSE

Chancellor’s Convocation for New Students Draws Thousands of Students and Families to Dome to Start the New Academic Year As they settle into their new homes and community, students were also encouraged by Timothy Eatman, a School of Education faculty member, to become familiar with the addition to their vernacular: the ’Cuse—and what that represents. “The ’Cuse...
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Video: President Barack Obama’s Visit to Syracuse

President Barack Obama was greeted with loud cheers from an energetic crowd of young people at Henninger High School Thursday as he spelled out his plan for making college more affordable through innovative efforts that offer students a greater range of college options. Friday, SU Chancellor Nancy Cantor reflected on the visit, saying the entire...
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A Classroom of Promise

SU Abroad students explore South Africa’s pre- and post-apartheid educational system and develop projects to enrich academic life of young students Aracely Hernandez G’13 had just returned to Syracuse in June after working with students in South Africa when she sent them an email to test their math skills. She couldn’t resist. “I wrote ‘I...
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Holocaust Survivor Naomi Warren to be honored with Tolley Medal

Holocaust survivor Naomi Warren of Houston, Texas will be honored with the William Pearson Tolley Medal for Distinguished Leadership in Life Long Learning at a private gathering on April 7, 2013 at Syracuse University. Naomi Warren is the inspiration for the Syracuse University School of Education’s Spector/Warren Fellowship for Future Educators. Her daughter and son-in-law,...
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Marion Wilson to be honored with Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence

Marion Wilson, associate professor and director of community initiatives in the visual arts, is one of five Syracuse University community members who will receive the Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence at a campus ceremony and reception in their honor on Monday, April 1. The Chancellor’s Citation awards were first presented in 1979 in recognition of outstanding...
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National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club honors two School of Education colleagues for excellence and leadership

Two members of the School of Education’s Partnership for Better Education and Center for Graduate Preparation and Achievement received honors from the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club. Christabel O. B. Sheldon, director of the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, won the 2012 Sojourner Truth Award and Don Sawyer, director of the Louis...
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Landscape of Urban Education Lecture Series to Screen ‘Precious Knowledge’

The School of Education will screen the film “Precious Knowledge” as part of its Landscape of Urban Education series on Monday, April 2, at 4 p.m. in the Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium in Newhouse 3. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with cultural studies experts, including “Precious Knowledge” filmmaker Eren McGinnis, about the implications of...
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Early College High School Students Visit Syracuse to Discover Opportunities in Higher Education

On Wednesday, March 28, seventy tenth-graders from Nottingham High School on Syracuse’s east side visited Syracuse University to learn about and get a feel for the campus where they could live and study at in the future. The School of Education’s Early College High School program at Nottingham (NECHS) brought its scholars to visit the...
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Faculty, Staff & Students honored with Chancellor’s Awards for Public Engagement and Scholarship

Syracuse University honored students, faculty, staff and community partners who exemplify SU’s commitment to engagement with the community and Scholarship in Action with the 2012 Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagement and Scholarship (CAPES). The awards were given at a celebration dinner on Monday, March 26, at 5:30 p.m. in the Hildegarde and J. Myer Schine Student Center’s...
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