Theoharis Examines School Equity, Pandemic Parenting

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Theoharis Examines School Equity, Pandemic Parenting Honors Core Faculty George Theoharis is co-editor with Rebecca Lowenhaupt of the recently published book, Parenting in the Pandemic: The collision of school, work, and life at home, published by Information Age Press, Scottsdale, AZ. The edited volume consists of first-person essays written by education professors from around the…

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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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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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Series features Prof. Calvar’s Original Composition

Portrait Prof Calvar

Series features Prof. Calvar’s Original Composition Hendrick’s Chapel’s “Music and Message” series is featuring four world premiere performances this spring semester. Among the premieres, on Thursday, March 10th there will be a performance of “Mass of Reconciliation” for choir and jazz/funk band. This piece was composed by Honors core faculty José “Peppie” Calvar, associate professor…

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Honors Student Selected for Kaish Fellowship

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Honors Student Selected for Kaish Fellowship Honors student Elizabeth Su, biomedical engineering and neuroscience, was recently selected as first Kaish Fellow with the Syracuse University Art Museum. Syracuse University alumni and prominent artists Luise ’46, G’51 and Morton ’49 Kaish made a major gift to the university, the Luise and Morton Kaish Gallery Endowed Fund, that included the establishment of the Kaish…

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Honors Co-Sponsors Disability Dialogues

Honors Co-Sponsors Disability Dialogues The Spring 2022 series, (Dis)courses: Interdisciplinary Disability Dialogues, features four conversations with luminaries engaged with innovative and intersectional Disability cultural work. Each conversation will include American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation, live captioning, image descriptions, and an opportunity for Zoom webinar participants to engage with the featured presenter and discussant. The conversations are free…

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Marsolek ’13 Master Class Recording goes Live

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Marsolek ’13 Master Class Recording Goes Live Honors alumna, Laura Marsolek ’13 hosted a master class on jewelry making during Orange Central 2021. Laura is a metalsmith, gemologist, and art historian who currently works in the fine jewelry department of a Southern auction house, Heritage Auctions. She was a Fulbright Scholar in Kosovo and a…

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