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Remembering Patricia Meyers Druger

Patricia Meyers Druger (G’74 MS Mathematics Education), age 75, passed away on January 19, 2014 at Francis House. She was an administrator for the introductory biology course and for the...
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Preparing New Teachers for the Common Core

School of Education Professor Kelly Chandler-Olcott encounters the challenges of the Common Core State Standards Initiative as both a teacher and a parent. Last year, she was told by her daughter’s...
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Allen Berger ’57, G’66: Remembering the Past with Gratitude

Allen Berger ’57, G’66 has always been a strong proponent of the written word—and of sharing the joys of reading with others. As a student at Utica College, he wrote poems...
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The passing of Stella Jacobs Peterson G’49

Stella Jacobs Peterson G’49 passed away in November 2103.  Her family said of her passing: Today the world lost a truly rare and remarkable woman, who guided and impacted the...
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Noyce Program Offers Paid Summer Internships

The Syracuse University Robert Noyce Scholars Program for Science and Mathematics Teachers (SU Noyce) is offering paid summer internships to promising first- and second-year students in science, mathematics and engineering. Information sessions...
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Discussion Series Focuses on Youth and Gang Education

The discussion series Elephant in the Room and Supreme Life Givers, an organization that is involved in youth education, will present the discussion series, “Youth, Gangs and Family Structure,” on...
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Open House to Showcase School of Education Graduate Programs, Scholarships

The School of Education will host a graduate recruitment fair and open house on Friday, Nov. 15, from 4-6 p.m. in the Sharon Haines Jacquet Education Commons in Huntington Hall. Current Syracuse...
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SOE’s Disability Studies Program featured in the New York Times

Syracuse University’s Disability Studies program, as well as faculty member, Dr. Steven J. Taylor and doctoral student, April Coughlin, were featured in a New York Times article about the evolution...
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Bow Tie Sale Will Support Project Transition

Wearing a bow tie is a way to make a unique fashion statement. During this upcoming Family Weekend, it is also a way to support students and families and strengthen...
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Joanna O. Masingila Named Interim Dean-Designate of the School of Education

Syracuse University Interim Chancellor and Vice Chancellor and Provost Eric F. Spina today named Joanna O. Masingila interim dean-designate of the School of Education. A professor of mathematics education and...
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