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Samba Laranja to perform at Jazz at Lincoln Center for 2014 Brazilian Festival

Samba Laranja: the Syracuse University Brazilian ensemble will perform for a fourth time at Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) in New York City. As part of the 2014 JALC Brazilian...
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CFE Student Kelsey John receives NSF Fellowship to Explore Race and Education

Kelsey John is one of three Syracuse University students in 2014 to win the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. John is a Ph.D. student in cultural foundations of edcation. Fellows receive...
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School of Education Disability Studies Program Co-sponsors “Imagining Disability in Film”

On Sunday, October 12, the School of Education will continue its tradition of collaborating the Syracuse International Film Festival by presenting “Imaging Disability in Film,” and “Imagining Disability in Film:...
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Retired Professor of Education Donald P. Ely Dies

Donald Paul Ely, 84, died at home on Sept. 24 after a long illness. Born Sept. 3, 1930, in Buffalo to Paul B. and Florence Fuller Ely, he received his...
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Clinical Mental Health Counseling program receives top ranking

The School of Education’s Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program has been rated #1 across the nation based on student reviews. On this list of top graduate programs, SU’s...
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Syracuse University community mourns passing of Professor Emerita Sari Knopp Biklen

Sari Knopp Biklen, Professor Emerita of Cultural Foundations of Education and Women’s Studies, passed away on September 16, 2014. “I know that I speak for all of her colleagues in...
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University, South Side Initiative Help Local Youth ‘Write Their Lives’

School may not have been in session, but learning was happening at the South Side Communication Center this summer. On a weekday afternoon, sisters Na’eema and Jameira Harry sat at...
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Chris Makowski ’15 selected as candidate for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award

Sixty NCAA men’s and women’s soccer student-athletes who excel both on and off the field were selected as candidates today for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award in collegiate soccer. To...
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School of Education’s Center on Human Policy awarded $2.3M grant for “Community for All Project”

The Center on Human Policy (CHP), a Syracuse University-based policy, research and advocacy organization affiliated with Cultural Foundations of Education in the School of Education, has been awarded a 5-year, $2.3 million...
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Former Bangor High football star looking forward to first season as defensive line coach at UNH

When former Bangor High School football star and Fitzpatrick Trophy winner Peter McCarty first attended the University of Massachusetts, he majored in criminal justice. Temporarily. “I didn’t want to be...
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