The Energy Systems Program, ECS
This program educates undergraduate and graduate students in the critical area of energy systems engineering.

Renaissance Internship Program, ECS
This program places graduate student interns at local companies in several technology clusters: environmental systems, biomedical systems, electronics technologies, manufacturing engineering, and software engineering.

The Franklin School Tutoring Project, School of Education
This program, established in 1994, matches SU students with new readers in an inner-city magnet school. It was the model for the SU Literacy Corps tutoring program and has involved nearly 500 student volunteers.

The Study Council at Syracuse University Research and Development Consortium, School of Education
A partnership between the University and more than 130 school districts, the council focuses on professional development of continuing education.

The Applied Learning Program, College of Law
This program offers a variety of educational opportunities that integrate theory and practice. The program includes two new clinical opportunities: the Children’s Rights Clinic and the Public Interest Law Firm.

Law, Technology, and Management (LTM) Program, College of Law
LTM, which graduated its first class in 1993, takes an interdisciplinary and applied research approach to the study of commercial development of new technologies. LTM, along with the CASE Center, sponsors the Technology Transfer Research Center, which specializes in the transfer of new technologies for commercial development.

The New Liberal Arts Core, College of Arts and Sciences
The goals of this program of required courses are two-fold: to develop fundamental intellectual skills in language use and quantitative reasoning; and to develop broad, integrated perspectives on the human experience shaped by the best scholarship and research in advanced learning.

The Freshman Forum, College of Arts and Sciences
This initiative brings together faculty members and students in small-group settings to share ideas, experiences, and topics. It became a requirement for all arts and sciences students, except those eligible for the Honors Program forums, in 1997. Established in 1990 with 200 students, the forum included 1,004 students in 2000.


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