Education is the Best Anti-Poverty Initiative

Syracuse has the highest rate of extreme concentrated poverty among blacks and Hispanics out of the nation’s 100 largest metropolitan areas according to a September 06, 2015 article in Syracuse.com. This week at TMR, Superintendent Sharon Contreras, Ph.D., will talk about how “Education is the Best Anti-poverty Initiative: SCSD progress.” Be our guest at this week’s TMR, March 3. TMR runs from

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Ethics in Media – at this week’s TMR

  FROM:           Eileen Jevis, 443-3527, ejevis@uc.syr.edu   RE:                 Ethics in the Media   WHEN:          Thursday, February 25, 2016                         8:15 a.m.   WHERE:        Drumlins                        800 Nottingham Road                       Syracuse, NY   WHY:             Chris Bolt, WAER Radio; Dan Cummings, News Channel 9; Stephen Cvengros, Syracuse Media Group; Rae Fulkerson, CNY Central; and Iris St. Meran, Time Warner

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Smart Growth Initiative at this week’s Thursday Morning Roundtable

The March 3 session of Thursday Morning Roundtable (TMR) will feature Paul Beyer, director of Smart Growth Planning at the New York State Department of State. Various New York state agencies are involved with the Smart Growth initiative, which is committed to working with localities to use smart, sensible planning to create livable communities, protect our natural resources and

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Egypt’s regime change and prospects for democracy at Feb. 24 Thursday Morning Roundtable

The Feb. 24 session of Thursday Morning Roundtable (TMR) will feature Miriam Elman, associate professor in the Department of Political Science and one of the faculty research directors of international and intra-state conflicts at the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC) at SU’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Elman will present “Beyond

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