Submissions for the SU Songwriters Showcase are Open!

Submissions for the SU Songwriters Showcase are Open! The SU Songwriter Showcase, organized by HNR 340, is looking for student performers from a range of musical backgrounds. Solo acts or stripped-down performances from bands are encouraged, but any submissions will be accepted for reviewing! Submissions are due on November 1st, and the showcase will take…

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Honors Crocheting Class Donates Hats

Honors Crocheting Class Donates Hats HNR 210, Crocheting for a Cause, has recently made hats and donated them to a local charity! Some of these intrepid hat wearers had never held a crochet hook before this semester and look at their skills now! Watch for your chance to sign up for Crocheting for a Cause…

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Poetry for the People Showcase

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Poetry for the People Showcase Please come to the student showcase that closes out our HNR 240 Poetry for the People class and hear amazing words from amazing students. The event takes place Monday, December 5th in the Maxwell Auditorium at 5:30pm.

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Songwriter Showcase

SU Songwriter Showcase Performance Flyer

Songwriter Showcase ANNOUNCING THE 15th ANNUAL SU SONGWRITER SHOWCASE  Stop by Watson Theater next Monday, Dec. 5 at 7:30 to listen to Syracuse University’s finest songwriters!  Performers include:  Franco Katarina Kelly  Connor English  James Ragen Lily Vengco Padma Harrison Skilling Follow the Instagram, @susongwriters, to find out more about our talented artists!  We’d love to see you guys…

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Enhancing Inclusion in Honors Courses

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Enhancing Inclusion in Honors Courses Laurel Willingham-McLain, Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, moderated a professional development workshop for Honors faculty in August. The workshop was based on the premise that the most innovative and impactful teachers constantly strive to improve their own teaching skills and to better connect with their students. The workshop focused on…

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A Day at the MET

Honors students in front of Met

Honors Class Visits MET Professor Jim Watts and students in the Honors class Writing, Scripture Law visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) in New York City in early April. Students have been studying the invention of ancient writing systems and the use of normative written texts in the history of economic administration, religion, and…

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Honors Community Examines Conflict & Loss

Honors Seminars Examine Conflict & Loss Refugee Communities in SyracuseAli Modabber, Immigration Legal Services Manager, Refugee Resettlement Services, was the guest speaker in Professor Roula Jneid’s course, Refugee Communities in Syracuse. The discussion focused on current policy proposals to help protected parolees gain citizenship. After Afghanistan fell to the Taliban, a fundamentalist religious group, the…

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Explore Sport, History and Culture in Australia

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Explore Sport, History and Culture in Australia Honors students are invited apply to Professor Rick Burton’s short term study abroad experience: SPM 300/SOC 300 Australia: Sport, History and Culture. Students will be offered Australia’s unique opportunities to experience a rich cultural exchange and fascinating historical exploration…all mixed with a population’s passionate love for sport that…

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Honors Class Examines Energy and Climate Impacts

Paul Hawken, author

Honors Class Examines Energy and Climate Impacts This spring semester, students in Professor Peter Plumley’s class, Science and the Public, will engage in regional and national forums with a focus on energy and climate impact. Students will read and report from the recently published book by environmentalist and climate activist Paul Hawken, Regeneration: Ending the…

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