As the revolution took hold in Syria, Hani Sulieman parted ways with his family and began a dangerous drive to the airport, not knowing if he would ever see them again. The roads he travelled were haunted by snipers and ...Read More about From Syrian Immigrant to Syracuse Grad — Hani Sulieman ’16, Electrical Engineering
In June, Professor Kevin Du hosted two training workshops on a set of open-source, hands-on cybersecurity exercises. The no-cost Security Education (SEED) lab exercises are developed at Syracuse University and used all over the world for computer and ...Read More about Used Globally, Cybersecurity Labs Spring from Syracuse University
After an extensive search, Dr. Gurdip Singh is joining the College of Engineering and Computer Science as Associate Dean for Research and Doctoral Programs, beginning August 22. Since 2014, Singh has served as Program Director at the National Science ...Read More about Dr. Gurdip Singh Appointed Associate Dean for Research and Doctoral Programs
Professors Biao Chen, Yingbin Liang, Jian Tang, and Pramod Varshney, along with researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, have been awarded a multi-year grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) to ...Read More about A Dynamic Data Driven Approach to Information Fusion
Scholars Awards & Prizes SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SCHOLAR The highest undergraduate honor awarded by Syracuse University. Joshua Woods REMEMBRANCE SCHOLARS Awarded by Syracuse University to honor the SU students lost in the bombing of Pan Am Flight ...Read More about 2016 College Awards, Prizes, & Recognitions
The following is the Convocation speech delivered by Edward Cettina ’87 to the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral class of 2016: Good morning Class of 2016! I am honored to be here today. Thank you to Dean Dahlberg for ...Read More about Convocation Speech by Edward Cettina ’87
For a senior who combines academic excellence with a commitment to service in the chemical engineering profession.
Endowed by I.A. Hotze, BEE ’43, for the senior with the most distinguished academic record.
For an outstanding graduate student in Chemical Engineering.
Matthew J. Tice
For Bioengineering majors who demonstrate outstanding dedication and hard work acting as a preceptor to fellow students.