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Honors Capstone Film Chosen for Syracuse International Film Festival

Oct 21, 2016
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Honors Capstone Film Chosen for Syracuse International Film Festival Honors alum Matt Fernandes’ Capstone film “American Voices” will be screened at the Syracuse International Film Festival on Saturday! American Voices – Oct. 22nd – noon – Shemin Auditorium (Shaffer Art Building) – free with SU ID A docudrama studying the men and women who escaped…

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Participate in the Production of a Folk Opera – No Experience Needed!

Oct 20, 2016

  Participate in the Production of a Folk Opera – No Experience Needed! From Oct. 25 through Nov. 1, Syracuse University will host a residency by the renowned Folk Opera performer/director/writer Devendra Sharma, Associate Professor at Fresno State. On Nov. 1, we will produce our own SU version of his play, Mission Solani, about an…

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Calling All Songwriters

Oct 20, 2016
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Calling all songwriters! The 9th annual SU Songwriter Showcase is coming up on Dec. 2nd at 8pm and we’re looking for talent! All genres are welcome. Rappers, DJ’s, Folk artists, Pop, Acoustic, Classical–you name it we want it! Just fill out this short form by Oct 28th and you’ll be in the running! For more…

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Meredith Symposium Features Honors Alum Anna Kahkoska (current MD/PhD student)

Oct 19, 2016
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Meredith Symposium Features Honors Alum Anna Kahkoska (current MD/PhD student) This Saturday, you’re invited to participate in the Meredith Symposium dedicated to ‘First Generation’ and ‘Women in Science’ Undergraduate Life Science Researchers at Syracuse University. Honors Program alum Anna Kahkoska is one of the keynote speakers and will present: “From Bench to Behavior: Chemistry, Nutrition, and Medicine…

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From the Ship’s Deck

Oct 12, 2016
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From the Ship’s Deck Students in HNR 250, “The Science of Shipwrecks,” look at shipwrecks from many time periods—from ancient sites to the 21st century. Through this study students will gain mastery of some of the scientific fundamentals of ocean processes and evolving ocean technology. The course includes a field trip to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,…

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Interested in Bioethics and Medical Technology?

Oct 11, 2016
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Interested in Bioethics and Medical Technology? You’re invited to join Prof. Bill Peace’s HNR 360 “Bioethics and Disability” class as they welcome guest speaker Laura Mauldin. Mauldin is the author of Made to Hear, a book which explores the cochlear implant industry. Thursday, October 13, 2-3:30 PM in Schine 228B Made to Hear sensitively and thoroughly…

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