Student Success Center News and Events

It’s not too late to be a SSC Peer Leader!

Do you have leadership experience OR want to develop your leadership skills?  Are you looking for a way to get involved in the ECS community and help your peers? The Student Success Center (SSC) is looking for ECS undergraduates who are interested in assisting the SSC staff with a variety of initiatives including events and peer mentoring as a Student Success Center Peer Leader for the 2018-19 academic year.  Sign Up for an appointment on Orange Success with Sarah Mack or Anna Kramer. Contact Sarah Mack ( with questions or concerns.

Signing up for an Academic Excellence Workshop for Fall 2018

The process to sign-up for AEW courses has changed – no formal AEW registration will take place during this advising period. If you are interested in an AEW session for the fall semester please complete this online form. An update to your request will be provided via email in mid-August.  AEW is a one-credit P/F course that provides supplemental support for your coinciding courses. Any questions regarding these courses or the selection process can be directed to


General Announcements and Deadlines

Dean Dahlberg Holds Open Office Hours This Week

Dean Dahlberg has announced that she will hold Office Hours in Link 223 on Monday, April 23, 4:00-6:00 pm; Tuesday, April 24, 12:00-1:00 pm; and Thursday, April 26, 4:00-6:00 pm.  Please email to schedule a time to meet with the Dean.

Engineering World Health Meeting and Workshop: Monday, April 23rd @ 6pm, Link 369

This will be our last ECG/Heart Rate monitor workshop for the semester! All our welcome to improve soldering skills to assemble these kits. We are also accepting E-board applications for Fundraising Chair, PR Chair, Assistant Treasurer and Secretary! Please email Nick if you are interested in applying or have any questions (

Research of the Week

Brought to you by STEM Librarian, Emily Hart

If you use Google Scholar, try this tip to find full text: Look for full text links in the right column of your search results. Clicking on links in the center of the results page often lead to a journal publisher’s website where you’ll be asked to pay for the article. In the right column you’ll find links to open access resources and things that our libraries subscribe to. Look for “Full-text via SU Links”. If you’re searching Google Scholar from off-campus, you’ll need to adjust your settings prior to searching. Go to Google Scholar settings – Library Links – type in Syracuse University – save your settings.

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