Interested in study abroad and undergraduate research?

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Join us to hear about the experiences of two students who conducted research while studying abroad. Senior Geoffrey Vaartstra worked with an engineering professor in Chile to study fog catching machines as a solution for bringing water to an arid desert region.  Junior Jack Gugel researched the history of the Pinochet regime in Chile. There…

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Congratulations to CAPES Award Winners

Congratulations to Alexis Peña (LCS  ’16) and Daniel Piston (ED ’16) who received Chancellor’s Awards for Public Engagement and Scholarship (CAPES) on Tuesday. Alexis received recognition in the category of Residence Life. Alexis has been an active member of the Martin Luther King Celebration Committee, a leader for summer 4-H entrepreneurship camps, and has volunteered at science museums, zoos, cultural fairs, and…

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And the winner is….

LA Skins Fest award

On October 22nd we were proud to announce that senior Terry Jones’ (VPA ’16) film, “Give and Take” was an official selection in the LA Skins Fest. Today we are equally proud to announce that Terry and his team won the Emerging Filmmaker award. On behalf of his team, Terry had this to say: “This…

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Fulbright Info Sessions Coming Up!

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Attention Juniors and Seniors! If you are interested in going abroad for 9 months after you graduate for funded study/research or teaching English in a foreign country, you should consider applying to the Fulbright Program. SU has six students around the world this year with the Fulbright Program (in South Korea, France, Germany, Vietnam, Taiwan, and…

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Freshmen Writers

Brian Cheung

This post is part of a small series of posts written by current Honors students about their experiences with the Honors Program. They will be talking about their classes, capstones, anything that pertains to their journey through the program! By Brian Cheung ’15 MG/PC  Any college freshman at any college will tell you they dread the…

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Learn about the Udall Scholarship!

What’s the Udall Scholarship? In 2014, the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation expects to award 50 scholarships of up to $5000 and 50 honorable mentions to sophomore and junior level college students committed to careers related to the environment/conservation OR Native American students who will work in tribal public policy or Native American…

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2014 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows

(cross-post from the CFSA blog) The Center for Fellowship & Scholarship Advising is proud of Syracuse University’s three NSF GRFP winners in 2014: Ariel Ash-Shakoor, a Ph.D. student in bioengineering, Kelsey John, a Ph.D. student in cultural foundations of education, and David Wilson ’14, a graduate in biomedical engineering who began a Ph.D. program at Johns…

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2015 Goldwater Scholarship – application now open!

(cross-posted on the CFSA blog) Science, Math, and Engineering students: The competition is open for the 2015 Goldwater Scholarship and we hope that you might consider applying.  Applicants are sophomores or juniors, US citizens, have engaged in research, and have the potential for a successful career in the fields of science, math, or engineering. Goldwater is…

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Care to Dance?

Ballroom Dance Couple

Honors student Stanislav Nedzelskyi (AR ’16) is passionate about dance. A leader in the campus dance clubs, Stanislav is hoping to join members of the Honors community at the events sponsored by the University’s Swing and Ballroom Dance Clubs. The Swing Dance Club now hosts dances at the Inn Complete every second Saturday of the month…

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