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SOE Student Becomes One to Remember

School of Education senior Lisa Kranz, studying music and education, has been selected as a 2015-16 Remembrance Scholar. Kranz received the prestigious award last May and recently took part in...
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A Homecoming of Homecomings for the Syracuse 8

Members of the Syracuse 8 will forever bleed orange. Dubbed the Syracuse 8 by the media in the seventies, the group included nine members of the 1970 Syracuse University football...
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Deans’ Panel Addresses Ways To Boost Student Involvement in STEM Fields

Is Syracuse University addressing the gap in higher education regarding science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education of students? The short answer is: yes, and in plenty of ways. A...
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Dean Masingila Appointed as Co-Chair of Task Force on Sexual and Relationship Violence

Acting on a recommendation from the Chancellor’s Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Advocacy, Chancellor Kent Syverud today appointed 30 members of the campus community to a standing Task Force...
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Chandler-Olcott named Meredith Professor, Canino-Rispoli recognized

Kelly Chandler-Olcott, professor and chair of the Department of Reading and Language Arts in the School of Education, will be named as a 2015-16 Laura and L. Douglas Meredith Professor...
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Pairing of Music Education Majors, BMW Preschoolers Creates Beautiful Music

“Early experiences with music provide the foundation upon which future music learning and appreciation are built,” says Daria Webber, director of the Bernice M. Wright (BMW) Child Development Laboratory School...
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Syracuse University Libraries establish new fund in memory of Donald P. Ely

The Syracuse University Libraries have established two new endowment funds that will have a favorable impact on the student experience: the Libraries Student Employee Scholarship Fund and the Donald P....
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A Clearer Picture for Setnor: Music Education Student Advocates for Updated Technology

As with many families of students in the Setnor School of Music, Lisa Kranz’s parents in Buffalo can’t make it to every performance that she has during the school year. Live...
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School of Education Faculty, Alumni, and Students Honored

School of Education faculty, alumni, and students have recently been honored with numerous awards, honors, and national appointments: Marcelle Haddix (Reading and Language Arts) has been appointed Dean’s Associate Professor...
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Call for Proposals: Disability-Themed Comic Symposium: ‘Cripping’ the Comic Con 2014

Back again for its second year is the highly anticipated symposium “Cripping” the Comic Con. This year’s theme, “Take Away the Suit and What Are You?” provides participants with the...
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