Syracuse University has launched a new Signature Hires Initiative to strengthen teaching and research capacity through the addition of 100 new faculty over the next five years. A critical component of the University’s $100 million Invest Syracuse: Advancing Academic Excellence and the Student Experience, this major investment is designed to advance the University’s educational initiatives and further propel its already dynamic research enterprises to the cutting edge of their respective fields.
Syracuse University Trustee Edward “Ed” Pettinella G’76 MBA attributes his extraordinary 43-year career to two management principles: consistently hiring and retaining people who are ambitious, talented and motivated, and ensuring that the right people are in the right positions. The value he places on people guided Pettinella to initially endow a professorship in finance at Whitman in 2012 with a $1 million gift and, more recently, a $2 million gift to fund a new junior faculty professorship.
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Syracuse University Life Trustee William “Bill” F. Allyn G’59 and his wife, Janet “Penny” Jones Allyn ’60, have made a $2.28 million gift to the University. Their support was inspired—in part—by Invest Syracuse: Advancing Academic Excellence and Student Experience, a $100 million initiative that seeks to redefine the student experience, advance discovery and innovation and expand opportunity.
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Starting Thursday, Jan. 18, students can use the Euclid Shuttle, funded as part of the $100 million Invest Syracuse initiative to enhance the student experience. The Euclid Shuttle will operate Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 10:30 p.m. to 3:25 a.m.
In collaboration with Student Association (SA) and the Graduate Student Organization (GSO), the Divisions of Enrollment and the Student Experience; Business, Finance and Administrative Services; and Campus Safety and Emergency Services have expanded services to the east neighborhood, including stops highly requested by students.
All route information, including for the Euclid Shuttle, is available on the Parking and Transit Services website.
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As part of the $100 million Invest Syracuse initiative to enhance the student experience, Syracuse University, in collaboration with Student Association (SA) and the Graduate Student Organization (GSO), announced plans for a new pilot shuttle to service Euclid Avenue. The new shuttle route will increase late night, off-campus transportation options. Read more about the shuttle at SU News.
The funding effort, named the Collaboration for Unprecedented Success and Excellence Grant Program, is part of Invest Syracuse, a $100 million University initiative to enhance academic excellence and the student experience. Read more at SU News.
Private gifts to Syracuse University in fiscal year 2017 showed a dramatic 25 percent increase over fiscal year 2016 and helped the University exceed its ambitious $125 million fundraising goal. Read more at SU News.
Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud addressed the University Senate for the first time in the 2017-18 academic year on Wednesday, Sept. 6. During the meeting, Chancellor Syverud extended support to all members of the University community impacted by Hurricane Harvey and the impending Hurricane Irma. He also spoke on the University’s position regarding the change in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program announced by the federal government on Sept. 5. Read more at SU News.