Meet Susan Parks

Dr. Susan Parks, Assistant Professor of Biology, is an expert in the biology of marine organisms and the potential impacts of human activities on species in the marine environment. Dr. Parks specializes in the ecology and evolution of acoustic signaling. MORE INFORMATION (pdf)

Dr. M. Christina Marchetti to be inducted into American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Congratulations to Dr. M. Christina Marchetti, William R. Kenan Professor of Physics and SU ADVANCE Internal Advisory Board member for her inclusion as a Class of 2014 inductee into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences MORE INFORMATION

Karin Ruhlandt Named Interim Dean of The College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Ruhlandt, Distinguished Professor & Chair of Chemistry (and SU ADVANCE co-PI), has been named the interim dean of The College of Arts and Sciences MORE INFORMATION

Dr. Suzanne Baldwin named Michael ’72 and Susan Thonis Professor of Earth Sciences

Professor Suzanne L. Baldwin, a renowned geologist and thermochronologist, has been named the inaugural Michael G. and Susan T. Thonis Professor of Earth Sciences in The College of Arts and Sciences. MORE INFORMATION

National Science Foundation ADVANCE Program at Syracuse University

Syracuse University's multi-disciplinary project, titled "The Inclusive Connective Corridor: Social Networks and the ADVANCEment of Women STEM Faculty," aims to change the face of the next generation of faculty in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The overarching strategy of this project is to create an equity-based, inclusive "connective corridor" to facilitate and anchor social relationships among faculty women and men in the 12 STEM departments at Syracuse University, and to link these faculty and units within a web of "resource hubs" on and off campus that arise from interdisciplinary and cross-sector (campus, industry, and community) collaborations. ICC builds on existing successful partnerships that have resulted in unique research opportunities for STEM faculty. The project will create a passageway of active relationships, opportunities, and resources that will unleash the power of diverse talent. READ MORE

In The News

Dr. Marina Artuso receives NSF Grant

Dr. Artuso (Physics) is part of an elite team of physicists to receive an NSF grant to construct a new particle physics detector.  READ MORE

Dr. Katharine Lewis Receives Prestigious NIH Grant

Dr. Lewis (Biology) will conduct research that has the potential to facilitate the development of more effective treatments for spinal cord injuries and neuronal diseases that affect locomotion or sensory perception.  READ MORE

Dr. Megan Oakleaf Named Jeffrey Katzer Professor of the Year

Dr. Oakleaf (Information Studies) was chosen as the Jeffrey Katzer Professor of the Year, an award that cites the outstanding teaching of a full-time faculty member at SU's iSchool.  READ MORE

New Research Awards (2012-2014)

Recent recipients include Yun Huang (Information Studies), Lisa Manning (Physics), and Laura J. Steinberg (Dean, College of Engineering)  READ MORE

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