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    • Syracuse University students take part in one-of-a-kind study abroad experience

      From May 15-31, 2017, eight Syracuse University students participated in a unique study abroad program in Dubai: The Road to Democracy in the Islamic World.
    • Syracuse University Student Entrepreneurs Win Big at New York Business Plan Competition

      Syracuse University student entrepreneurship teams dominated the eighth annual New York Business Plan Competition (NYBPC), which took place on Friday, April 28, at SUNY Poly’s NanoTech Complex in Albany.
    • Space and Sound: Edgar Choueiri ’82, G’83

      March 1, 2017

      Entrepreneur and Princeton professor Edgar Choueiri '82, G'83 is at the vanguard of electronic propulsion and 3D audio.
    • Flight from Syria, New Life in the College of Law, Now Helping Fellow Refugees

      March 27, 2017

      Roula Jneid L'15 was the first survivor of the Syrian civil war to study in the College of Law. She now works with the Refugee Resettlement Program helping refugees find productive work in Syracuse.
    • Undergrads Team Up to Publish Bacteria Research

      March 1, 2017

      In the College of Engineering and Computer Science, a team of seven undergraduate researchers in Assistant Professor Shikha Nangia’s research group has published research in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation identifying the diverse properties of eight bacteria species’ membranes.
    • Two Syracuse University Teams Advance to Hult Prize Regional Finals

      February 28, 2017

      On March 4, two teams of student entrepreneurs from Syracuse University will compete in the regional finals for the $1 million Hult Prize. The teams—Thrive Projects and on PARR—will be competing in Boston and San Francisco.
    • Holiday greetings from SU

      Happy holidays from Syracuse University!
    • Honor Pearl Washington's Memory

      When the men's basketball team hosts Georgetown in the Carrier Dome on Saturday, Dec. 17, fans will celebrate more than a long-time rivalry with the Hoyas. The event will include a tribute to Syracuse legend Dwayne “Pearl” Washington, and the whole University community can take part in honoring his memory.
    • Architecture students explore sustainable design in the heart of Dubai

      April 20, 2016

      Each semester, advanced-level architecture students enrolled in visiting critic studios have the opportunity to engage in a unique, full-scope design experience led by highly knowledgeable faculty and/or architects.
    • Construction Engineering Lab Opens

      March 31, 2016

      The College of Engineering and Computer Science opened the doors to a new construction engineering lab at a recent dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony on Syracuse University's south campus.
    • Beirut Alumni Club Hosts Professor Edgar Choueiri

      October 21, 2015

      Syracuse University alumni, parents, and friends gathered for dinner at the Liza Restaurant in Beirut, Lebanon, to hear guest speaker Edgar Choueiri ’82, G’83, engineering alumnus, astrophysicist, and Princeton University professor.
    • Chancellor Syverud and Dr. Chen Meet Students, University Stakeholders in Middle East

      June 19, 2015

      Chancellor Kent Syverud, accompanied by his wife, Dr. Ruth Chen, made his first trip to visit Syracuse students, alumni and supporters in the Middle East, when he recently visited Dubai, Kuwait and Bahrain.
    • Groundbreaking partnership in disability studies

      May 7, 2015

      Syracuse University and the King Salman Center for Disability Research have formed a historic partnership to advance scholarship in the area of learning disabilities.
    • MENAT regional council welcomes three new members

      May 5, 2014

      The council welcomes new members Dr. Khaled Al-Ajmi G’11, Carol Azar G’92, G’96, and Ahmed Youssef ’99.
    • SU alumni help launch MENAT regional council

      January 22, 2014

      The Middle East, North Africa and Turkey (MENAT) Regional Council will focus on elevating the university’s profile, while selectively building relationships in these key geographic areas.
    • SU cyber security symposium held in Gulf

      January 18, 2014

      Syracuse University's College of Engineering and Computer Science held a cyber security symposium in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, and Dubai, United Arab Emirates in December.
    • Lebanon event showcases success of SU alumni

      The Beirut Alumni Chapter of SU hosted alumni, friends, family, and esteemed colleagues from the Lebanese American University; the American University of Beirut, and the American Embassy in Lebanon and AMIDEAST-Lebanon.
    • Dahesh Museum, SU open first exhibition in UAE

      August 7, 2013

      A delegation of 40 Trustees, family members and SU administration leaders traveled in June to review academic activity in the Middle East. Stops included Istanbul, where they were hosted by SU partners at Bahcesehir University.
    • SU to participate in higher education conference in Saudi Arabia

      August 7, 2013

      Syracuse University will participate in the third annual International Exhibition & Conference on Higher Education in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on April 17-20. While offering Saudi students access to over 475 universities and academic institutions, the exhibition also encourages knowledge sharing and collaboration between Saudi and international higher education institutions.
    • SU hosts admitted students from MENAT

      March 2012

      Admitted students from the MENAT region met current SU students and alumni at events in Istanbul, Dubai, and Riyadh to ask questions, share stories, and get a strong start to their Syracuse University experience.
    • SU goes on the road to engage prospective students in the MENAT region

      January 16, 2013

      Over the course of just two months, Sherlyn Sychua, regional manager for advancement and external affairs/admissions, covered thousands of miles from Dubai to Istanbul visiting high schools and attending educational fairs to share the Syracuse experience with prospective students in the Middle East and Turkey.
    • Syracuse University to expand in Middle East

      May 18, 2011

      Syracuse University has announced the expansion of its educational presence in the Arab Gulf. In June, an information center will open in Dubai, providing resources and background on the University to prospective students and parents.