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Summer 2015

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Family Ties
A major, international conference, hosted by Syracuse University’s Aging Studies Institute, explored how aging citizens fit in and contribute — here and around the globe. read article>>

Celebrating Harriet Tubman 
The archeological efforts of Douglas Armstrong and his students will be on display at a new national park honoring the former slave and abolitionist. read article>>

The Right Recipe
The Lerner Center is partnering with other local institutions to bring better health options to Syracuse’s Near Westside. read article>>

Growing Interest 
Yüksel Sezgin takes over Middle Eastern Studies at a time when enrollment and programs are booming. read article>>

Career Head Start 
The Presidential Management Fellowship and Excelsior Service Fellowship provide promising top grads entrée into government careers. read article>>

Team Approach 
As the new Chapple Professor, Mark Rupert oversees the MAX Courses and helps champion the School’s team-taught approach to citizenship education. read article>>

Out of the Ivory Tower 
Kristi Andersen is part of a small cast of Central New York scholars who convene weekly to reflect on public events and issues — all for the benefit of a local television audience. read article>>

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