Category: News

Rhodia D. Thomas ’77: Using Law and Learning to Open Doors, for Herself and Others

With a feeling of privilege and emotion, Rhodia D. Thomas ’77 is set to collect the School of Education’s Tolley Medal during the 2024 One University awards on April 19,...
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The Mid-State Regional Partnership Center: Supporting Those Who Support Students with Disabilities 

Kayleigh Sandford and Stephanie Spicciati have worked so long and so closely together that they almost finish each other’s sentences. Central New York school districts are lucky to be able...
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School of Education Welcomes Cisco Emerging Talent Strategist Raphael T. Richard G’12 as 2024 Convocation Speaker

Syracuse University School of Education is pleased to announce that Advisory Board Member Raphael T. Richard G’12 will address graduates at its 2024 Convocation Ceremony on Saturday, May 11 at...
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InclusiveU 10th Anniversary Featured on Bridge Street, WAER Radio

Syracuse celebrates 10th anniversary of InclusiveU When it comes to inclusivity, Syracuse University is known all over the world as a leader in disability and higher education. InclusiveU is a...
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Reflections: Katherine Beissner G’91

In the Reflections series, the School of Education asks alumni to look back on their distinguished and fascinating lives and careers.  Katherine Beissner G’91 was named Dean of the College...
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Applications Open for 2024 Intelligence++ Innovation Showcase of Inclusive Design 

Applications are now open for the Intelligence++ Innovation Showcase, which takes place on Thursday, April 25, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the first floor auditorium of the...
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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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Professor Derek Seward Offers Tips for Talking to Kids About Transportation Disasters

Families across the nation are heading out for spring break and planning summer getaways, but recent headlines about transportation disasters may have children feeling a bit anxious about traveling. Derek...
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From Village to City, Frehiwot Wuhib G’17 Has Experienced the Enduring Power of Mentorship

Frehiwot Wuhib G’17 credits her parents as her first mentors. “They are the ones who implanted courage in the value of hardship and belief in myself,” she says, noting access...
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Ann Covitz ’62: A Gift to Celebrate Life, Exploration, and the Mother-Daughter Bond

It’s 10:30 a.m. in Sydney, Australia, as Ann Covitz ’62 answers the phone and reflects on her life from the other side of the world. Hers is a story that...
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