SU Abroad has announced the establishment of a management concentration at the SU Strasbourg Center beginning in Fall 2014. Clint Tankersley, associate professor of marketing at the Whitman School of Management, will be starting up the program and teaching two courses, EEE 370: Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises and SOM 354: Managing in a Global Setting, in Strasbourg. He has structured the courses with an emphasis on green capitalism and eco-friendly business practices in Europe. Previously, Tankersley piloted the management concentration at the SU Florence Center.Read more
Gilman scholarships, which are available to United States citizens receiving federal financial aid, are awarded to students traditionally underrepresented in study abroad, including students from diverse ethnic backgrounds, those with high financial need, first-generation college students, and students with disabilities.
SU London helped to organize the 2013 Cultures of Memory Symposium. The Cultures of Memory was a multi-faceted, international symposium in which the four organizing universities presented their distinct creative practices and scholarship related to memory. These include public memory projects concerned with Guantánamo Bay detention camp and the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, the performance and manifestation of remembrance, and the maintenance of cultural memory. The symposium presented these ‘cultures of memory’ in exhibitions, performances, panel discussions, and papers.Read more
On Thursday, October 10, a representative from the Office of Tropical Studies (OTS) will be at SU Abroad to talk to any interested students about their programs in Costa Rica and South Africa. Students are invited to stop by the SU Abroad office at 2:00 p.m. to meet the representative and discuss spending a semester in either Costa Rica or South Africa.Read more
Syracuse University is pleased to announce its Spring 2014 Sochi Olympic interns semester program at its center in London. It is designed to enhance and extend the global experience for students who will be interning in Sochi and at other designated sites during the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. The SU program dates and intensive course format offers interns from Syracuse and other universities the opportunity to enroll in a full semester of credits after their Olympic internships end in early March. The program also offers Sochi interns an optional pre-semester seminar, "The Sociology of Sport."
Application deadline is October 1: Applications are now available!Read more