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Archive for June 2013

Janklow Program Provides Coast-to-Coast Internships

June 20, 2013 | Press Releases

The Janklow Arts Leadership Program in The College of Arts and Sciences has placed two more interns. They are Rachel Boucher ’12, G’13, who is interning this summer with the New York City Center, and Noël O.C. Frodelius ’12, G’14, with the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). Boucher and Frodelius—residents of Simsbury, Conn., and Syracuse, respectively—are members of the program’s inaugural Read more

Success in Engineering: NSF grant boosts L.C. Smith’s efforts to enhance undergraduate experience

June 11, 2013 | Press Releases

The first couple years of college can be a difficult time of transition for any student: tackling the higher level of academics, adjusting to campus life, developing new friendships. Engineering and computer science students may face even more challenges that make persevering in their majors that much tougher. “Students come into engineering and computer science typically because they are strong Read more

Newhouse names Dick Clark Studios after legendary American icon and alumnus

June 5, 2013 | Press Releases

Announcement made today at Mirror Awards ceremony in New York City The Newhouse School will name its renovated studio facilities Dick Clark Studios in honor of legendary entertainer and alumnus Dick Clark ’51. The announcement was made by Clark’s widow, Kari Clark, at the school’s annual Mirror Awards ceremony on June 5. Clark was a 1951 alumnus of Syracuse University, Read more

Cold Case Justice Initiative at Syracuse University launches Five Cities Project this summer

June 4, 2013 | Press Releases

The Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI) at Syracuse University has announced in Atlanta that it is launching its Five Cities Project this summer. Its student workers will be sent into five southern cities to begin to take a full accounting of racially motivated killings that may have occurred during the period between 1955 and 1980. The cities are Atlanta; Nashville; Read more