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Rand Carter Delivers Opening Lecture at The Friends of Schinkel's Conference
Professor of Art Rand Carter will deliver the opening lecture at The Friends of Schinkel's second Triennial event that will be held in cooperation with the Technische Universität (TU) Berlin, June 19 – 21, 2003, at the Schinkel-Klause, Berlin-Mitte. His lecture addresses "Schinkel and the Pompeian Style" in a session titled "Schinkel und Italien." Conference proceedings will be published as a volume in the FOS Triennial series by Edition Axel Menges. More ...
Ernest Williams Receives NWF Grant
Butterflies are predictors of global warming. A project funded by the NWF will restablish Frosted Elfin and Karner Blue Butterflies More ...
The Monk Rowe Trio to Perform June 20
The Monk Rowe Trio will perform at the annual Syracuse Jazz Festival. Monk's trio feature Genevieve Rose on acoustic bass and Gregory Caputo on drums, both of whom reside in Massachusetts. The trio will perform at 6:45 p.m. on Friday, June 20. The festival is held at the Onondaga Community College campus. More ...
Gane Presents Paper at African Literature Association Conference
Assistant professor of English Gillian Gane presented a paper, "Libraries, Black Writers, and Fire" at the meeting of the African Literature Association held in the Bibliotheka Alexandrina in Alexandria, Egypt, from March 19th to the 23rd. Gane also published two articles, "Mixed-Up, Jumble-Aya, and English: 'How Newness Enters the World' in Salman's Rushdie's 'The Courter'" appeared in a long-delayed issue of ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, Vol. 32, no. 4 (cover date October 2001): 47-68 and "Achebe, Soyinka, and Other-Languagedness," appeared in The Creative Circle: Artist, Critic, and Translator in African Literature, edited by Angelina E. Overvold, Richard K. Priebe, and Louis Tremaine (Africa World Press, 2003): 131-49. More ...
Naughty by Nature
Naughty by Nature, the hip-hop group that brought us "Down with O.P.P." back in the mid-90s, will be performing in the Annex on Saturday, Nov. 11th. Tickets are still available More ...
Sturm and Luciano Present at National Council for Research on Women Conference
Jennifer Sturm, system administrator and research support specialist, and Dana Luciano, assistant professor of English, both spoke on behalf of the Kirkland Project at the National Council for Research on Women's annual conference, "Borders, Babies, and Bombs: A Gendered Reframing of Security," on May 31, at Mills College in Oakland, Ca. Sturm's talk, "Technology and Innovations in Feminist Studies," outlined the Kirkland Project's series for 2003-04, "Technology and Democracy." She also proposed new models for the integration of technology in feminist studies, adapting the framework of MERCURY, the chemistry supercomputing consortium based at Hamilton. Luciano's talk, "From 'Tolerance' to Transformation" was on the history of the Kirkland Project and its accomplishments. More ...
Gilbert Featured in Windsor Star
After the arrest of an American Muslim associated with the sniper attacks in Washington D.C., many U.S. Muslims were fearful of discrimination and hatred directed at them in the United States. Sociology Professor Dennis Gilbert claimed that the arrest of John Allen Mohammed, a 41-year-old Muslim and an American citizen, was “’a bitter pill’ for American Muslims.” According to Gilbert, the way that Washington will handle the situation and the arrest will greatly affect how American’s react. More ...
Gilbert Featured in Windsor Star
After the arrest of an American Muslim associated with the sniper attacks in Washington D.C., many U.S. Muslims were fearful of discrimination and hatred directed at them in the United States. Sociology Professor Dennis Gilbert claimed that the arrest of John Allen Mohammed, a 41-year-old Muslim and an American citizen, was “’a bitter pill’ for American Muslims.” According to Gilbert, the way that Washington will handle the situation and the arrest will greatly affect how American’s react. More ...
Professor Ernest Williams Named to Ferguson Chair
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty David Paris announced the appointment of Professor of Biology Ernest Wiliams to the Leonard C. Ferguson Chair. The Ferguson Chair, previously held by Professors Charlotte Beck and Tom Jones, is designated to rotate among "distinguished members of the Faculty... in all fields of study." More ...
Elgren Publishes Paper in Biochemistry
Associate Professor of Chemsitry Tim Elgren published a paper on "Catecholase Activity Associated with Copper-S100B" in Biochemistry. This is a project funded originally by the Institute of Neurological Disorder and Stroke of the National Institutes of Health, a Cotrell Award from the Research Corporation and the Petroleum Research Fund of the American Chemical Society. More ...
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