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‘Cuse in Kenya works to give new technology to Kenyan teachers

Two School of Education professors have spearheaded an effort to equip faculty and students at Kenyatta University (KU) in Kenya with the latest tools in educational technology, iPads and iPods....
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Faculty, Staff & Students honored with Chancellor’s Awards for Public Engagement and Scholarship

Syracuse University honored students, faculty, staff and community partners who exemplify SU’s commitment to engagement with the community and Scholarship in Action with the 2012 Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagement and Scholarship...
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Spector/Warren Fellows head to Houston, blog about experience at Holocaust Museum

The School of Education announces its seventh class of Spector/Warren Fellows, who will be traveling to Houston for a six-day learning intensive Jan. 6-13. The Spector/Warren Fellowship for Future Educators was...
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School of Education awarded “Race to the Top” grant to establish Syracuse Urban Inclusive Teacher Residents (SUITR) program

The New York State Education Department’s “Race to the Top” grant awarded $1.6 million to Syracuse University’s School of Education to start the teacher-preparation pilot program “Syracuse Urban Inclusive Teacher...
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Syracuse City Teacher, Alum, Named Local “Super Connector” by Time Warner Cable

Laurie Holtsbery G’97 has been named the local winner from the Central New York market for its Super Connector Search contest. Holtsberry received her master’s degree in Elementary and Special...
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Samba Laranja wins Syracuse Area Music Award for ‘Native Orange’

On Nov. 11, Samba Laranja: the Syracuse University Brazilian Ensemble won a 2011 Syracuse Area Music Award (SAMMY) in the category Best Recording, Other Styles, for its second and most...
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Nottingham Early College High School Students to Visit SU Campus October 12

A group of 75 ninth-graders from Nottingham High School’s Early College High School program will visit the Syracuse University campus on Oct. 12 to motivate and prepare them for the...
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Early College High School Students Plan a Path to Higher Education Through Success in Academics

This summer 100 ninth and tenth graders at the Nottingham Early College High School will take part in rigorous writing, math and science institutes led by faculty from Syracuse University’s...
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Near West Side’s 601 Tully Art/Community Space to host open house to reveal 2-year renovation, June 30

601 Tully, a new Near West Side community art space, café, classroom and teaching garden; will open its doors to the public for the first time since its renovation on...
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Cerri Banks ’00, G’04, G’06 Named Dean of Mount Holyoke College

Mount Holyoke President Lynn Pasquerella has announced that author and educator Cerri Banks, currently dean of William Smith College and an education professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, will...
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