Goldsmith and jewelry designer Jen Leddy runs a successful business out of her studio in Austin, Texas. In this interview, she tells us how it all started with a class she took at Syracuse Florence.
Florence Program Director Sasha Perugini received the prestigious Syracuse University Chancellor’s Fellowship to recognize her exemplary contributions and service to the university.
On July 2, the exhibition “Kraczyna 50 years in Barga” opened in Barga (province of Lucca) and will remain open to the public until September 3.
Professor Roberto Pacciani, who teaches our class on thermodynamics has won a Best Paper Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
This summer, not only did Syracuse students Emily Bruck and Yasmin Nayrouz get real-world experience to put on their resumes, they also got bylines on their host organization’s websites.
Current Syracuse University student Madi Christiansen has posted two delightful videos to her YouTube channel sharing various aspects of her experience studying in Florence for our summer session.
This is the second in a series of excerpted travelogues produced for Professor Isabella Martini’s class Fictional Tuscany: Travel through Text.
Dr. Samuel Aronson of Montreal, Canada was part of the second group of students brought over to Syracuse Florence by founding director John Clark Adams.
This is the first in a series of excerpted travelogues produced for Professor Isabella Martini’s class Fictional Tuscany: Travel through Text.
After attending NYU’s Graduate Film School, Stephen A. Unger lived abroad for 10+ years during which time he co-founded Foster’s Hollywood, a massive European restaurant chain with over 200 locations in Spain and Portugal.