|Sep 28||4:00 PM||Second Annual Paul Volcker Lecture in Behavioral Economics||Get Details|
|Oct 6||4:00 PM||Earth Sciences Seminar: Karin Limburg||Get Details|
|Oct 13||4:00 PM||Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health Policy||Get Details|
|Oct 13||4:00 PM||Earth Sciences Seminar: Ted Daeschler||Get Details|
|Oct 20||4:00 PM||Earth Sciences Seminar: Steve Holbrook||Get Details|
|Oct 23||Cuse vs. Cancer DSP Members||Find Tickets|
|Oct 23||Delta Sigma Pi Cuse vs. Cancer 5K Color Run||Find Tickets|
|Oct 27||4:00 PM||Earth Sciences Seminar: Shuhai Xiao||Get Details|
|Nov 3||4:00 PM||Earth Sciences Seminar: Julie Fosdick||Get Details|
|Nov 10||4:00 PM||Earth Sciences Seminar: Bethany Neilson||Get Details|
In 1992, the Syracuse University Senate adopted a mission and vision compact focused on promoting learning and a positive campus culture. The compact supported scholarly learning, endorsed a culturally and socially diverse climate, valued personal and academic honesty, and a safe and healthy environment for each member of the University community.
Syracuse University continues to embrace those goals, and is guided by the principles contained in the statement. In building on that foundation, the University recognizes that its greatest strength is based on the interactive and collaborative nature of its many programs. Through active engagement with practitioners and communities around the world, Syracuse University faculty and students learn, discover and create. As expressed in Chancellor and President Nancy Cantor's vision statement, the University is dedicated to faculty excellence and scholarly distinction, attracting and supporting enterprising students and a close interaction and engagement with the world—locally, nationally and globally.
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