As announced in January, as part of the Invest Syracuse initiative and plans to expand mental health services, the Counseling Center is pleased to welcome Karin DeLeon and Danielle Jones G’16 as new staff therapists. In these roles, DeLeon and Jones will provide mental health and wellness services, individual and group therapy, crisis intervention and educational outreach programming to students.
Syracuse University Counseling Center has named Heather Cosgrove, Ph.D., its new assistant director/training director. The position was developed as part of Invest Syracuse, a $100 million initiative designed to advance academic excellence and the student experience, and contributes to broader efforts to strengthen and increase access to health and wellness services.
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.
Living on Mount Olympus just got a whole lot more active. That’s because—thanks to a partnership between the divisions of Business, Finance and Administrative Services and Enrollment and the Student Experience—the Graham Fitness Center opened today on Mount Olympus.
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.