Bea González Honored by New York State Comptroller’s Office

SYRACUSE – Bea González was honored on September 2, 2015 at the New York State Fair breakfast reception, an annual event hosted by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. The event coincided with Women’s Day at the Fair and Gonzalez was one of four women recognized for their commitment and accomplishments in the Central New York region. DiNapoli talked

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Campus Community Packs Hendricks Chapel to Learn How to De*stressify

Everyone experiences stress, those moments when their needs are not met, eight to fifteen times a day. College students at every level experience stress due to a variety of factors: greater academic demands, being on their own in a new environment, financial responsibilities, or preparing for life after graduation. And, according to http://www.stress.org/workplace-stress/ , 80% of American workers feel

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University College of Syracuse University Announces Online Degree Program

University College of Syracuse University announces that New York State has approved two fully online, part-time bachelor’s degrees and certificates in the Bachelor of Professional Studies Program (BPS). The Creative Leadership program is geared toward individuals who are interested in professional networking, conflict resolution, and workforce management. The Knowledge Management program is well suited for those who are drawn

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University to Host EducationUSA Academy with U.S. Department of State

Syracuse University has announced its partnership with the U.S. Department of State to host the EducationUSA Academy Pilot Program in July 2015. The four-week academy will provide English language courses, college preparatory content and cross-cultural activities to self-funded 15-17 year old students, primarily from Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru. The EducationUSA Academy supports President Obama’s “100,000 Strong in

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Long Time SU Administrator Dies at 81

Lucius Robinson Kempton, 81, of Pompey passed away at Menorah Park on Sunday, Jan. 18. Following his graduation from Middlebury College in 1955, he began a lifelong career at Syracuse University. He was appointed to University College in 1956 as assistant administrator of the three Adirondack Conference Centers: Pinebrook, Sagamore and Minnowbrook. He served as a University College administrator

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