Category: Feature Story

Career Services Staffer—Army Reservist—Connects Student Vets with Employers

Jennifer Pluta has tackled U.S. Army basic training, operated an asphalt dump truck to help build security points near the Kuwait and Iraqi borders and serves as a master sergeant...
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CSTEP Students Participate in Annual Conference

Eight scholars in the Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) presented their research at CSTEP’s 24th Annual Statewide Student Conference. The conference theme this year was “Journeys Beyond Excellence,”...
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Neuroscience Expert Shares her Love for Dance with People with Parkinson’s Disease

When asked about her dance classes for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD), Tumay Tunur is clear, “It is a dance class, not dance therapy,” she says. She feels dance helps...
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Hip Hop Dance Class Performance Features InclusiveU Students

The Lawrence B. Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education hosted a Hip Hop dance performance on March 2, 2016, in Huntington Hall’s Sharon H. Jacquet Education Commons, featuring Syracuse University students in...
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Schupak Family Gift Establishes Endowed Scholarship and Fund

Syracuse University is thrilled to announce The Schupak Family Fund and Scholarship for Education, Leadership, and Public Service. The gift is composed of annual support and a significant bequest from...
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School of Education Hosts Student Group from Japan’s Kobe University

A group of students from Kobe University in Japan visited the University during the first week of February. The seven students, both undergraduate and graduate, and their faculty mentor spent...
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Former SOE Doctoral Fellow Bryan Crandall Receives Prominent Award

Bryan Ripley Crandall G’12, an alumnus of the English Education Ph.D. program in the School of Education, received the Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Vision Award from Fairfield University on...
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Syracuse University Fit Families Program To Include Children with Autism

The Syracuse University Fit Families Program for Children with Autism, a research-based physical activity program for families with children with autism ages five to 10, is currently accepting applications for its...
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School of Education Writing Challenge Encourages Faculty Scholarship

Faculty members in the School of Education were feeling a double pull: they needed time to write, and they wanted to unite toward a goal and get to know each...
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Kwame Alexander to Speak on ‘The Good Ones’

The School of Education continues the Douglas P. Biklen Landscape of Urban Education Lecture Series on Thursday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. with author Kwame Alexander. Alexander is a poet,...
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