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ULSAMP Hosts Forensic Science Camp for Syracuse City Students August 3-7

From Aug. 3-7, 45 students from the Syracuse City School District in grades 7-12, lived on the Syracuse University campus and participated in an academic schedule as rigorous as most college students’. They were part of the NSBE Jr. program, hosted by the Upstate Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation. The National Society for Black...
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EL PUNTO Art Studio 2015 partners with Setnor School of Music and School of Education

In an effort to reach out to youths in our community, Syracuse University’s Music Education Program has partnered with El PUNTO Art Studio, a contemporary arts education program offered at no cost for children and teens in Syracuse NY. Music Education is affiliated with both the Setnor School of Music and the School of Education...
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Dark Girls after school workshops offer multimedia creative arts and mentorship for young women in the Syracuse City School District

Marcelle Haddix, dean’s associate professor in the Syracuse University School of Education has partnered with Building Women program at Danforth Middle School in Syracuse to offer a series of afterschool workshops, “Dark Girls: A Celebration of Black Girlhood,” for young women. The program will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays from January 22 through April 14...
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2015 Spector/Warren Fellows travel to Holocaust Museum Houston for learning intensive

2015 Spector/Warren Fellows travel to Holocaust Museum Houston for learning intensive The School of Education announces its tenth class of Spector/Warren Fellows, who traveled to Houston for a six-day learning intensive Jan. 3-9, 2015. The Spector/Warren Fellowship for Future Educators was launched in 2006 in conjunction with the School of Education and the Holocaust Museum...
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Hawthorne String Quartet to Perform Free Public Concert

The Hawthorne String Quartet, comprised of members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, will be in residence in Syracuse from Jan. 22-25 for a series of events to promote Holocaust education and public memory. One of the highlights of the quartet’s visit will be the “Promise of Hope” concert with Symphoria on Jan. 24 at 7:30...
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‘Elect Her’ Preparing Women for Leadership and Political Office

In student leadership roles and in political office across the country, more women are needed to represent. An upcoming free workshop and presentation is giving female University students the opportunity to find their voice and build their confidence for pursuing an elected leadership position. Adrianna M. Kam ’15, who is pursuing a degree in selected...
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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: Focus on India” co-sponsored by the Disability Studies Program. Each year, the Film Festival lives out the mission to “engage, entertain, inform, and inspire the...
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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 a table, thumbing through magazines to find images that would reflect how they see themselves. A short time later, they sat at a sound mixing...
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SOE Co-sponsored SAT Prep Program to be Honored in a Syracuse City School Board Resolution

Syracuse University School of Education faculty and students, in partnership with Say Yes to Education Syracuse and 100 Black Men of Syracuse organized and facilitated four sessions of free SAT prep classes during the 2013-2014 school year. The SAT prep program will be honored by Superintendent Sharon Contreras and the SCSD Board of Education in...
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School of Education Student Appointed to White House Committee

President Barack Obama has appointed Micah Fialka-Feldman, a student and employee at the School of Education, to serve on the President’s Committee for People for Intellectual Disabilities. Ten other individuals around the nation were appointed to this committee for a term expiring in May 2016. President Obama says, “The extraordinary dedication these men and women...
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