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Syracuse University News Aug 13
Ever catch yourself listening to the same song over and over again? There's no one answer as to why people do that, says professor emerita Alice Honig, who researches child development and human behavior.
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Falk College Jul 31
Want a career in the health professions? Start here at Falk College.
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Falk College Jul 19
Commitment to Developing a New Generation of Sport Analytics Professionals Inspires $1 Million Gift from Andrew T. Berlin ’83 to Falk College
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Syracuse University Jul 17
Ten students recently completed a monthlong trauma research program hosted by
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Falk College Jul 17
Welcome back from Florence! Each spring, students travel to Italy to explore food, diet, and health. ✈️🇮🇹🍊
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Syracuse University Jul 3
More than 3,000 donors…and counting! We have thousands of reasons to celebrate as we say THANK YOU to our students, alumni, parents, friends, and others who made your mark on . 🧡
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Falk College Jun 27
Sport Venue and Event Management students combine social responsibility and sport to raise $20,000 for Vera House at this year's Charity Golf Classic.
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Falk College Jun 25
June 30 is almost here. Don't miss the chance to make your mark! Your support helps Falk students become professionals, researchers, and leaders who are prepared to make a difference in communities all over the world.
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Falk College Jun 25
Find out how nutrition's Elizabeth Gardner ’20 and Books & Cooks brought the culture and cuisine of Puerto Rico to a Syracuse elementary school.
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Syracuse University Jun 15
View: Hendricks Chapel and the Quad, captured by Raghav Puri
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Syracuse Alumni🍊 Jun 13
We’re on our way to reaching our goal of 3,000 donors by June 30, but we still need your help to fill our heart! Support the part of you love the most! Your gifts support financial aid, programming, academic research, and more.
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Syracuse OVMA Jun 12
Next discussion is tomorrow, June 13, 1:30-3:30 p.m. in Falk College, Room 335 with Scott Aubin, U.S. Air Force veteran, and Dash titled “Dealing with Unrecognized PTSD”
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Syracuse University Jun 11
. Professors Margaret Voss and Rick Welsh are studying the impact of parasites on the Galápagos Islands finches.
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Falk College Jun 11
Syracuse University Hosts Discussions During PTSD Awareness Month
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SU Campus May 29
. is hosting a discussion series in June for PTSD Awareness Month
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Daryl Lovell Jun 1
: Familiar with A2 milk? nutrition professor Margaret Voss shares insight about the digestibility of the milk, which is advertised as easier on the stomach. More in this video & story.
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Syracuse Alumni🍊 Jun 7
Registration is now open for Orange Central 2018! 🍊 Make plans to come home to 'Cuse Oct. 18-21 for an exciting weekend featuring nearly 50 events and programs, including the SU football game against UNC! We can't wait to see you this fall! REGISTER NOW!
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Syracuse University News May 15
: professor of Sports Law John Wolohan talks about the impact the sports betting decision could have on college athletes.
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Daryl Lovell May 17
How will the latest sports gambling decision impact college teams? 's John Wolohan, professor of sports law, says there are two major concerns. Read more in 's story:
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Syracuse University News May 22
Trial vaccinations begin in Congo this week. global health expert Brittany Kmush says "lack of interest" has held back efforts to vaccinate against Ebola in the past. More in this story:
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