Charles Keppler and Serena Omo-Lamai

Student Invention Named James Dyson Award Finalist 

Charles Keppler ’18 and Serena Omo-Lamai ’20 created an easy-to-use microfiber trapping device in the Invent@SU invention accelerator, supported by Bill and Penny Allyn. Read more.


Alumni Share Experiences and Advice During CBT 2017

Engineering & Computer Science and the School of Architecture hosted a panel discussion on diversity, challenges, and successes.

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Orange Robotics

Orange Robotics Seeks New Members After Top 10 Finish 

The team brings together students from different disciplines to design and build a multitasking robot.

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Day of Giving

#BoostCuse on 10/17  

Syracuse’s first-ever giving day is on 10/17. Make an amazing impact on SU’s future!

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Innovation Orange: Associate Professor Jay Henderson  

Professor Jay Henderson is the first to be featured in Innovation Orange—highlighting research conducted by SU faculty. Read more.

How to Stop the Next Unstoppable Mega-Breach—Or Slow it Down.  

Professor Shiu-Kai Chin talks with Wired magazine about the Equifax breach and how to protect data moving forward. Read more.

Transitioning from the US Army to University Researcher  

Ginger Peterman ’13 G’15 found that the secret to healing the human body both physically and mentally may be through tiny machines. Read more.

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