SSS Student News

Three Education Award Winners

LaTisha Habersham ’11 Earns Excellence in Education Award

LaTisha Habersham ’11 was recently honored for her commitment to education with Excellence in Education Awards from Success Academy charter school network in New York City. A community relations coordinator at Success Academy Harlem 1, Habersham also earned an Excellence Award for ETHOS. Habersham organizes school events, including class field trips and Black History month celebrations,...
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Congratulations to SSS Students Alimat Durodola and Louisa Williams For Being Selected as 2020-2021 Remembrance Scholars!

Syracuse University’s Remembrance Scholar Selection Committee has chosen the 35 students who will be the 2020-21 Remembrance Scholars. The scholarships, now in their 31st year, were founded as a tribute to—and means of remembering—the 35 students who were killed in the Dec. 21, 1988, bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. Those students,...
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SSS French and Neuroscience Major Aliya ElSawi Talks About Being Vegan at SU

“Before coming to Syracuse my biggest concern was if there would be options for me to eat,” says ElSawi. “My family and I were worried that there would not be vegan food on or around campus. I did my research, and found that being vegan on campus would be manageable.” Recently the group People for...
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PhD Student smiles on the Quad

SSS Class of 2015 Alum Plansky Hoang Awarded Highly Competitive and Prestigious Predoctoral Fellowship From the American Heart Association

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Three pictures of female engineering majors

SSS Civil Engineering Major Lluvia Lopez and Computer Science Major Arvin Lin Talk About Gender, Race, and Engineering

CHAIN REACTION: Women engineers of color at SU call for more representation by Diana Riojas (The Daily Orange, 2018)
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Two students stand together and hold up medical invention

SSS Computer Engineering Major Malkiel Asher Helps Develop Emergi-CAN, A Device That Aids Those Suffering From Opioid Overdoses

Caleigh Casey ‘21 and Malkiel Asher ‘21 ideated Emergi-CAN, a device that aids those suffering from opioid overdoses by making Narcan, an opioid antagonist used for the reversal of opioid overdose, more accessible. Malkiel Asher and Caleigh Casey want to save lives with Emergi-CAN by Kayla Simon (Blackstone Launchpad 9/24/18)
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Five female award winners show their certificates

SSS Class of 2020 Grad Christine Kudrewicz Receives Women of the University Community Award

Women of the University Community 90th Anniversary Scholarship Winners (SU News, 5/8/18)
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SSS Public Relations Major Kenyona Chaney Selected to Participate in TIME 100 Summit

Six Newhouse students chosen to attend TIME 100 Summit as part of ‘Rising Stars Program’ (Newhouse News, 4/17/19)
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Barrington Bucknor

Barrington Bucknor: Pre-Med Student’s Career Plans Are Rooted in Compassion

Driven by concern for children facing emotional trauma and loss, Barrington Bucknor ’21 prepares to enter medical school with a focus on brain science.
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