Hall of Languages

Be a Moderator on Presentation Day Serve as a Presentation Day Moderator and experience the exciting work your senior colleagues have completed in their thesis projects. Moderators welcome audience members to each panel, introduce the presenters, and keep track of the session time limits. Serving as a moderator has many benefits: you get to learn…

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Students Demand Action Syracuse is holding an event to discuss the intersections of gun violence and AAPI hate crimes this weekend on Sunday, March 28th, at 3. This event will be both an open discussion forum as well as a workshop on being actively anti-racist. Because active education is such an important part of gun…

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tutors needed

Campus Connect–the RSO arm of SU’s Lutheran Chaplaincy, though not all members are Lutheran or even religious–has for many years been tutoring students within the Syracuse City School District on Saturday mornings. The program is called Success Saturdays. Many of the students are New American students who come from the city’s Karen refugee population and…

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What is a focus group? A focus group is a research technique used to collect data through group interaction – basically, it is a conversation! The group comprises a small number of carefully selected people who discuss a given topic, which will be led by a moderator. What is a “bento-box” search? Named after the popular Japanese container of…

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Online Science Success sessions are starting March 2 on Tuesdays, 5:30-7pm. Student volunteers who would like to tutor high school students online, sometimes in small groups and sometimes one on one should contact Prof. Ruth Phillips at biology2200@gmail.com This is a fantastic experience to add to a student CV seeing as the tutoring promotes diversity,…

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The English Conversation Program consists of small groups of international students engaging in English conversations facilitated by native English speakers utilizing the ZOOM platform this fall. This is an hour per week for international students to improve their English language skills, which has shown to lead to increased academic success, while providing the group facilitator…

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Students at health ambassador info table

As we prepare to welcome students back to campus soon, we are seeking Health Ambassador student volunteers again for the Spring 2021 semester.  In the spirit of “being orange,” Health Ambassadors promote a community that stays well and minimizes the negative impact of COVID-19 on our campus. As a volunteer, Health Ambassadors work with the…

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In response to the COVID-19 crisis and its current and future effects on students in Syracuse, Syracuse University’s Office of Community Engagement and College of Arts & Sciences are working with organizations across the city (see below) and programs across the University—the Shaw Center, the Honors Program, Hendricks Chapel and La Casita—to coordinate a city-wide…

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Seeking all students eager to make a positive impact on campus, the annual peer educator application is now open through Sunday, Feb. 14, 2021! Positions are paid and provide opportunities to connect with fellow students and build resumes.  Peer educators work in health promotion at the Barnes Center at The Arch and are a group of undergraduate students…

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