Contact Lens

A Vision for Making Bacteria Uncomfortable on Contact Lenses

Bacteria on contact lenses causes infections that can lead to permanent eye damage. Professor Dacheng Ren is studying how the stiffness of contact lenses can reduce the growth of bacteria on their surface. Read more.

Student explains his research to a judge at Nunan Research Day

Nunan Day Celebrates Student Research

Nunan Day featured over 100 posters highlighting research happening across the College. Students displayed and presented their research in a judged poster session. Read more.

Portrait of Michelle Blum

Blum Earns University Teaching Award

Professor Michelle Blum was awarded a 2016 Meredith Teaching Recognition Award this April. The award recognizes and rewards excellence in teaching at Syracuse University.  Read more.

Rick and Ryan Oddo

Two Generations of STEM and Service at SU

Rick and Ryan Oddo’s shared values, experiences, and familial bond intertwine to paint a picture of service and success that is quintessentially Orange. Read more.


Faculty Win Dean’s Award

Professors John Dannenhoffer III, Melissa Green, and Angela Zachman were recognized for their outstanding contributions to teaching, with a demonstrated impact on students and their faculty peers. Read more.

Student Spotlight—Ariel Ash-Shakoor

Ariel Ash-Shakoor, a bioengineering Ph.D. student, is a founder of a tutoring program in the Syracuse City School District that aims to inspire deeper interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Read more.

Alumni Profile—Nick Allen

An alumnus of the biomedical engineering program, Allen ’15 reflects on his time at Syracuse University and how his experiences led to a career as an application consultant for BrainLAB, a medical technology company. Read more.

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