Spectral Signatures

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In the emerging field of terahertz spectroscopy, chemistry professor Tim Korter and his research group are pioneering advances in identifying chemical compounds with remarkable precision.

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The Diplomat

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Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg brings decades of high-level domestic and international experience to his new role as the dean of the Maxwell School.

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From the Hill to the Hall

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Donna Shalala G’70, H’87 and Kathrine Switzer ’68, G’72 are among the newest class of inductees into the National Women’s Hall of Fame.

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Service to Syracuse

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Richard L. Thompson G’67, who has long served the University in alumni leadership roles, will draw on experiences in business, government, and law as chairman of the Board of Trustees.

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Remembrance and Hope

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On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the Syracuse University community comes together to reflect, learn, and reach out to others.

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A Mission that Matters

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Deborah Alexander G’82, G’95 reflects on her decade of work in Afghanistan.

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Ceramics professor Margie Hughto at work

Alumni Reflections

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William P. Thompson ’53, G’56, G’68 fondly remembers exploring his interests in writing, theater, music, and radio broadcasting at SU and how they led to a rewarding career as a college professor. To hear Thompson's reflection,  click here. 

If you’re interested in contributing to “Alumni Reflections,” contact Syracuse University Magazine editor Jay Cox at 315-443-3390, or jacox@syr.edu.

 


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