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Lectures and Seminars

September 29, 2023

Bio/Soft Matter Seminar feat. Professor Carrie Adler

September 29, 2023 at 10:30am12:00pm EDT

Physics Building, Physics 202

We are hosting our first bio/soft matter seminar of the season! Who: Prof. Carrie Adler, Cornell University  What: Planarian stem cells: a model for limitless regeneration and renewal…


September 29, 2023 at 1:30pm4:30pm EDT

Dineen Hall, Melanie Gray Ceremonial Courtroom

Please join us in person at Syracuse University College of Law, Dineen Hall, or on live-stream and earn 3 CLE credits*. Free and open to the public. Syracuse Law’s seventh annual Supreme Court…

Sports Journalism: Issues Beyond the Event

September 29, 2023 at 2:00pm3:30pm EDT

Newhouse 3, Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium 140 Newhouse 3

Join legendary alum and media icon Bob Costas for a discussion about storytelling in sports.

Professor Carolina Sartorio

Philosophy Colloquium: Carolina Sartorio

September 29, 2023 at 3:00pm5:30pm EDT

Hall of Languages, 107

Please join us in welcoming Professor Carolina Sartorio from Rutgers University. Professor Sartorio will deliver a talk entitled: “A Simple but Powerful Idea.” Abstract: In a now…

October 2, 2023

Dr. Li-En Jao

Biology Seminar Series: Dr. Li-En Jao

October 2, 2023 at 12:00pm1:00pm EDT

Life Sciences Complex, 106 (Lundgren Room) and Virtual (See event details)

The Biology Seminar Series is pleased to welcome Dr. Li-En Jao from the Department of Cell Biology and Human Anatomy at the UC Davis School of Medicine.  Dr. Jao’s Seminar is titled:…

October 3, 2023

Chemistry Colloquium: Dr. Rafael Bernardi

October 3, 2023 at 4:00pm5:00pm EDT

Center for Science and Technology (CST), 1-132

The Department of Chemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to welcome Dr. Rafael Bernardi, an Assistant Professor of Biophysics at Auburn University. Title: Deciphering the Complex…

October 4, 2023

Tari Wariebi

Award-Winning Filmmaker Tari Wariebi ’10

October 4, 2023 at 6:00pm9:00pm EDT

Shaffer Art Building, 121

Reception, 6 p.m. (Shaffer galleria) Screening and discussion, 7 p.m. (Room 121 Shaffer) The Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies (CRS) welcomes CRS alumnus and BAFTA award-winning…

students using recording equipment in the senses lab

Making Space: Minoritized Youth as Creators and Makers for Change

October 4, 2023 at 6:00pm8:00pm EDT

Huntington Beard Crouse Hall (HBC), Gifford Auditorium (Room 107)

How can makerspaces and digital technologies empowering spaces for minoritized youth? Discussion and demos with Edna Tan, Ph.D. and a panel of School of Education faculty and staff.

October 5, 2023

Mary Schmidt Campbell

Mary Schmidt Campbell G’73, G’82, H’21: “Towards a Model of Equity in Graduate Education,” Kashi And Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture in the Sciences And Humanities

October 5, 2023 at 5:30pm6:45pm EDT

Watson Hall, Watson Theater / Auditorium

Biography Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell was the tenth president of Spelman College from 2015 to 2022. She received her B.A. in English literature from Swarthmore College and earned her master’s in art…

Robin Schwartzman stands in front of a painting of a polar bear

Robin Schwartzman ’08 | School of Art Visiting Artist Lecture Series

October 5, 2023 at 6:30pm8:00pm EDT

Virtual (See event details)

Robin Schwartzman ’08 will speak on Zoom as part of the School of Art’s Visiting Artist Lecture Series. Schwartzman resides in Minneapolis, MN where she is an independent artist. She…

October 6, 2023

Woman stands in front of the Lincoln Memorial

Symposium: ‘Monumental Concerns’

October 6, 2023October 7, 2023 EDT

Watson Hall, Watson Theater, Robert B. Menschel Media Center

Hosted by artist-in-residence Carrie Mae Weems, the event will bring together scholars, artists, curators, activists and local historians to explore the complicated role and history of monuments.

Assessment for Learning: Engaging Students, Improving Performance

October 6, 2023 at 10:45am12:00pm EDT

Hall of Languages, 207

Assessment means more than just testing and grading. Assessment can also be used to engage students and improve their academic performance. For assessment to be effective, it must be grounded in…

Larry Bartels: Democracy Erodes from the Top – Europe’s Real Populist Challenge

October 6, 2023 at 12:00pm1:30pm

Eggers Hall, 220 (SLR)

A rise in right-wing populism in Europe stirs fears for its democracies. Larry Bartels says the crisis isn't due to populism, but leaders who exploit or mishandle democratic vulnerabilities.

CAPS Seminar: Lauren Brown

October 6, 2023 at 12:00pm1:00pm

Virtual (See event details)

Lauren Brown, San Diego State University, presenting on "Biosocial Aging: Measurement, Equity and Ethics."

October 11, 2023

Beyond Inclusion: Education for Civic Participation and Engagement

October 11, 2023 at 5:00pm6:30pm EDT

Bird Library, 114

In this talk with Bryan Dewsbury we will re-examine the role that a liberal, inclusive and equity-minded higher education can play in creating and sustaining a socially just society. We will consider…

October 12, 2023

Conversations in Conflict Studies Presents Erin Hern

October 12, 2023 at 12:30pm1:30pm

Maxwell Hall, 204

Conversations in Conflict Studies Presents Erin Hern

Active Learning: Making the Most of “Lecture” Time

October 12, 2023 at 1:30pm3:00pm EDT

Bird Library, 114

Lecture continues to be the most common mode of instruction in higher education. That doesn’t have to be a bad thing! You don’t have to full-on “flip your classroom” to make ample use of…

CPR Methods Workshop: Yulong Wang “Theory and Application of Extreme Value Theory”

October 12, 2023 at 3:30pm4:30pm

Eggers Hall, 060

Yulong Wang, associate professor of economics will present “Don’t Waste the Outliers in your Dataset – Theory and Application of Extreme Value Theory” as part of the CPR Methods Workshop…

Zakiyyah Iman Jackson | Black Woman at the Podium: The Ecstasy and Noise of Kathleen Collin’s “Losing Ground”

October 12, 2023 at 4:00pm6:00pm EDT

Hall of Languages, 500

This talk thinks with Kathleen Collins’ groundbreaking 1982 film, Losing Ground, and theses on aesthetics by Sylvia Wynter, Audre Lorde, Aime Césaire and Jacques Derrida. Rather than cast the…

A&S Alumni Academy, written in white text over an orange field. Stylized line drawings of groups of 3 people in contrasting white, orange, and blue clustered on left side of graphic.

A&S Alumni Academy – Monsters in the Movie Lab: The Longevity of Hollywood’s Classic Monsters

October 12, 2023 at 4:00pm5:00pm EDT

Virtual (See event details)

They’re infamous: Dracula. Frankenstein’s monster. The Invisible Man. These monsters have leapt off the page and onto the big screen. But more than that, these monsters have endured throughout…