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601 Tully Hosts ‘Nourish’ Exhibit and Events through Dec. 6

601 Tully, a center for artistic co-production of culture on the Near West Side of Syracuse, presents a new exhibition open through Dec. 6. “Nourish” explores the many ways that...
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New Minor Serves Jewish Community’s Need for Qualified Educators

Professor Corinne Smith says for as long as she has been on the Syracuse University School of Education faculty (43 years), synagogues and other organizations have contacted the school to...
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Education Deans Write Op-Ed on APPR and What it Means to be a “Developing” Teacher

What does is it mean to be a developing teacher? (Commentary) By George Theoharis, associate dean for urban partnerships, and Douglas Biklen, dean of the School of Education There has...
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October Filled with Disability Awareness Events on Campus

October has been nationally designated as Disability Awareness Month, and here at Syracuse University, the Disability Cultural Center, within the Division of Student Affairs, is partnering with constituents across campus to...
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USAID features Kenyatta University/SU Partnership

Bernard Mugo, a faculty member at Kenyatta University (KU) in the Department of Educational Communication and Technology didn’t question his level of expertise until he spent a year at Syracuse...
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Kevin Heffernan Receives NAAS Award

Congratulations! Exercise Science Assistant Professor Kevin Heffernan received the Young Investigator Award  at the annual meeting of the North American Artery Society  in Chicago in early September 2013. Heffernan’s research examines...
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Professor Tim Eatman welcomes new students to ‘CUSE

Chancellor’s Convocation for New Students Draws Thousands of Students and Families to Dome to Start the New Academic Year As they settle into their new homes and community, students were...
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Video: President Barack Obama’s Visit to Syracuse

President Barack Obama was greeted with loud cheers from an energetic crowd of young people at Henninger High School Thursday as he spelled out his plan for making college more...
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George Theoharis Q&A: Public’s Attitudes Toward Public Schools

The 45th annual PDK/Gallup poll of public attitudes toward the public schools was issued August 21. Among its findings is that many people have little idea what the “Common Core”...
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A Classroom of Promise

SU Abroad students explore South Africa’s pre- and post-apartheid educational system and develop projects to enrich academic life of young students Aracely Hernandez G’13 had just returned to Syracuse in...
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