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"Now there are many reasons for this pattern of erosion of critical mass, but I believe that a key facet has to do with failures to make women (and other underrepresented groups) feel comfortable on the inside without checking their identities and commitments (perhaps to family, to community, to collaboration, to interdisciplinarity) at the door."

 

Former Chancellor
Nancy Cantor
February 17, 2010 presentation at Washington University, St. Louis
Women in the Academy: Reflections on Best Practices for Survival and Success
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Click here for a summary of the 2009 NSF Advance Institutional Transformation proposal titled "The Inclusive Connective Corridor: Social Networks and the ADVANCEment of Women STEM Faculty."

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Bhatia Receives WEPAN University Change Award

Dr. Shobha Bhatia

"Meredith Professor Shobha K. Bhatia was honored at the 2015 WEPAN Change Leader Forum as a University Change Agent on June 11th. WEPAN, which stands for Women in Engineering ProActive Network, confers its University Change Agent Award in honor of an individual who has a positive impact on their institution with regard to the climate for women in science, technology, engineering, and math fields, with an emphasis on engineering."

Article from SU ECS
June 17, 2015

 

Lisa Manning Receives Grant to Study Physical Cell Biology

Physicist M. Lisa Manning

"M. Lisa Manning, associate professor of physics, is one of a trio of researchers who have received $168,750 from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and the Research Corp. for Science Advancement to explore untested ideas in physical cell biology."

Article by Rob Enslin for SU News
June 16, 2015

Manning Wins Cottrell Scholar Award

Article by Rob Enslin for SU News

March 6, 2015

Biology's Melissa Pepling Awarded Major  NIH Grant to Study Ovarian Cancer

Melissa Pepling Associate Professor Biology
"Melissa Pepling is the recipient of a three-year, $440,000 award from the NIH’s Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) Program. Also known as an AREA R15 award, it is designed to support meritorious research, expose students to laboratory research and strengthen the research environment of the University."
Article by Sara Scalise for SU News
May 11, 2015

Physics Professor Cristina Marchetti is awarded Mathematical Modeling of Living Systems Targeted Grant

Cristina Marchetti

"M. Cristina Marchetti, the William R. Kenan Professor of Physics, is the recipient of a targeted grant from the Mathematical Modeling of Living Systems program. She will use her three-year award, valued at $473,000, to study models of collective cell migration and sorting."

Article by Rob Enslin for SU News

May 21, 2015

 

Teresa A. Dahlberg Named Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Teresa Dahlberg New Engineering Dean"Dahlberg comes to Syracuse from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City, a highly selective, all-honors private university where she serves as chief academic officer for the university and dean of the Albert Nerken School of Engineering."

Article by Erin Martin Kane for SU News
May 4, 2015

 

SU Receives $3 Million NSF Grant for EMPOWER, Led by Laura Lautz

"Nowhere is it more apparent than among a group of faculty members who recently received a $3 million grant award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The award supports a new graduate-level training program called the “Education Model Program on Water-Energy Research” (EMPOWER). Led by principal investigator Laura Lautz G’05, associate professor of earth sciences, EMPOWER involves other faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as from the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications."

Article by Sarah Scalese for SU News

April 14, 2015

Joanna Masingila Named Dean of School of Education

"Syracuse University Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost Liz Liddy today announced that Joanna Masingila has been selected to serve as dean of theSchool of Education. Masingila joined the Syracuse faculty in 1992 and has served as interim dean of the school since February 2014."

Article by Cyndi Moritz for SU News

March 17, 2015

 

 

Nangia Awarded CAREER Grant to Break Barriers in Treating Alzheimer's

"Professor Shikha Nangia in the College of Engineering and Computer Science’Department of Biomedical and Chemical Engineering was recently awarded $500,000 from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) program for her proposal, 'Enabling transport across the blood-brain barrier by engineering thermodynamically favorable pathways.'"

Article by Matt Wheeler for SU News

February 10, 2015

Shining a Light on Quantum Dots Measurement

Article by Ariel DuChene for SU News

January 13, 2015

Newton Appointed a Provost's Faculty Fellow

"Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost Liz Liddy today announced that she has appointed Cathryn Newton, dean emerita and professor of earth sciences and of interdisciplinary sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, to serve as a Provost’s Faculty Fellow."

Article by Carol Boll for SU News

February 10, 2015

Article by Rob Enslin for SU News

April 9, 2014

 

 

WiSE Co-Director, Karin Ruhlandt, Selected as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

 

Karin Ruhlandt Named Dean of SU Arts and Sciences"Syracuse University Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost Liz Liddy today selected Karin Ruhlandt dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Ruhlandt, who first joined the Syracuse faculty in 1993, has served as interim dean of the college since July 2014."

Article by Erin Martin Kane for SU News

January 30, 2015

 

 

 

Todorova Serves as Science Observer in UN Mercury Negotiations

Svetoslava Todorova Formal

"In November, Assistant Professor Svetoslava Todorova of the College of Engineering and Computer Science participated in the sixth session of the United Nations mandated Intergovernmental Negotiations Committee (INC) on Mercury in Thailand."

Article by Matt Wheeler for SU News

January 9, 2015

 

 

 

iSchool Names Stripling as Senior Associate Dean

"School of Information Studies (iSchool) Interim Dean Jeff Stanton has named Assistant Professor of Practice Barbara Stripling as senior associate dean, effective Jan. 1."

Article by J.D. Ross for SU News

January 6, 2015