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syracuse.edu

Founded Year

1870

About Syracuse University

Syracuse University, founded in 1870 and comprised of thirteen schools and colleges, is a private research university in the heart of New York State.

Syracuse University Headquarter Location

900 South Crouse Ave.

Syracuse, New York, 13244,

United States

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Syracuse University Patents

Syracuse University has filed 39 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Transcription factors
  • Clusters of differentiation
  • Diabetes
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Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

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10/1/2018

4/19/2022

Molecular biology, Machine learning, DNA, Genetics, Classification algorithms

Grant

Application Date

10/1/2018

Grant Date

4/19/2022

Title

Related Topics

Molecular biology, Machine learning, DNA, Genetics, Classification algorithms

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Grant

Latest Syracuse University News

19 great books for recent college grads that'll guide them through their next chapter

May 20, 2022

Best for: The grad who wants a short, inspirational read Adapted from author George Saunders' commencement address at Syracuse University (where he teaches writing), this book is essentially a short, incredibly well-written speech that can be finished in one sitting. As a bonus, the core theme isn't about common graduation topics like career goals or perseverance, but about something even more important: kindness and empathy for others. "Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life" by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans Amazon "Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life," available on Amazon and Bookshop , from $18.92 Best for: The grad who has no idea what they want to do for a career Written by two faculty members of Stanford University's Design Program, this book uses design thinking to help the reader break down what they love to do and forge a life path that balances work with everything else. It's particularly great for grads who feel uncertain about what they want to do in their career and can help them discover new possibilities. Amazon "Speak: How to Find Your Voice, Trust Your Gut, and Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be," available on Amazon and Bookshop , from $18.21 Best for: The grad who wants to grow into themselves more Written by popular Peloton instructor Tunde Oyeneyin, this memoir doubles as a self-help book that teaches readers how to live a life with purpose. Oyeneyin chronicles her journey to figuring out what she wanted to do in life and how to pursue her dreams to live her most authentic life, leaving readers with a framework to do the same. "The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter—and How to Make the Most of Them Now" by Meg Jay, PhD Amazon Best for: The grad who feels nervous about their 20s From graduating college to finding that first job or relationship, one's 20s pack a lot of change in a short amount of time. Weaving stories of hundreds of 20-something clients and students, Meg Jay's book is full of advice on how to navigate all these new developments to set oneself up for success later in life. "Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones" by James Clear Amazon "Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones," available at Amazon and Bookshop , from $11.98 Best for: The grad who wants to self-improve by doesn't know where to start Whether your graduate wants to be better organized or stop procrastinating as much, this bestselling book offers clear, tangible tips on how to build tiny, approachable habits that snowball into larger, life-changing ones down the road. "Untamed" by Glennon Doyle Amazon "Get Good with Money: Ten Simple Steps to Becoming Financially Whole," available at Bookshop and Amazon , from $14.71 Best for: The grad who needs to learn how to budget Whether your grad is dealing with student loan debt or difficulty finding work, they're sure to find meaningful advice from Tiffany Aliche, who dealt with the aftermath of the 2008 recession and a shady advisor who put her into a huge financial hole. Written in a straightforward way, this book offers simple, tangible ways for young graduates to save money, pay off debt, and plan for a financially secure life. "Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As if Your Life Depended on it" by Chris Voss Amazon "Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As if Your Life Depended on it," available at Amazon and Bookshop , from $17.99 Best for: The grad who will have to negotiate their salary soon Written by a former FBI hostage negotiator, this book offers fascinating tips on how to negotiate everything from a raise at work to a compromise with a family member. It can especially be useful to grads going into fields where persuasion will be a big part of their job, such as law, politics, or non-profit work. Amazon Best for: The grad who doesn't just want career advice Cheryl Strayed, author of the bestselling memoir " Wild, " also worked for years as the writer of a column called "Dear Sugar," where she offered advice to strangers by being incredibly vulnerable and honest about her own life experiences. This book is a collection of some of her best columns, tackling topics from grief and cheating lovers to pursuing your wildest dreams. "The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters" by Priya Parker Amazon "The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters," available on Amazon and Bookshop , from $14.49 Best for: The grad moving away from all their friends The nice thing about college is how easy socializing is when you all live in the same dorm or apartment, have school-organized events to attend, and generally live by similar schedules. As we get older, making new friends (or hanging with existing ones) can get more challenging. This book teaches simple but mind-blowing tips on how to make gatherings more meaningful and bonding, from sending out an event invite to deciding who to invite. Amazon Best for: The grad already interested in building their savings This book gives grads some good news: they can spend all they want on lattes, so long as they still have money to invest and grow over time. It's a straightforward guide to building a robust savings account, and one of our personal favorite books to recommend (especially to those new to managing their money). "What You're Really Meant to Do: A Road Map For Reaching Your Unique Potential" by Robert Steven Kaplan Amazon Best for: The grad who doesn't know what to do next In this book, Robert Steven Kaplan, a leadership expert and bestselling author, shares specific exercises and advice on how one can know themselves more deeply, from figuring out their true passions to setting goals to reaching them. Amazon Best for: The grad who wants all the advice they can get If you don't want to commit to one book by one author, this anthology features letters from 41 famous women to their past selves, with writers ranging from Madeleine Albright to Maya Angelou. Beyond offering invaluable advice, it's also just a fascinating glimpse into these iconic women's lives. "Ask a Manager: How to Navigate Clueless Colleagues, Lunch-Stealing Bosses, and the Rest of Your Life At Work" by Alison Green Amazon Best for: The grad who already has a difficult job Alison Green, an internet-famous work advice columnist , is known for giving empathetic, straightforward, and honest career advice, whether you have an annoying coworker or have no idea how to ask for a raise. If your grad already has a job (or is struggling with the interview process), this book can serve as a guide through all stages of their work life. "Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life...and Maybe the World" by Admiral William H. McRaven Bookshop Best for: The grad who wants some simple, straightforward life advice Based on a commencement speech that Admiral William H. McRaven gave to the University of Texas, Austin in 2014, this book covers his career as a Navy Seal and what it taught him about which habits and outlooks make the most impact. It's a book that offers honest, direct tips on how to live a more successful life, no matter what you do for a living. "The Gift: 14 Lessons to Save Your Life" by Edith Eva Eger Amazon Best for: The grad who's gone through a rough patch lately Recently updated to reflect on the COVID-19 pandemic, this book shares the story of Edith Eva Eger, a world-renowned psychologist and Holocaust survivor who argues that the only thing worse than living in a concentration camp was feeling imprisoned by her own fear, guilt, and anger. The core lesson of the book teaches readers that while we can't control our experiences, we can always change our perspectives. "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy" by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant Amazon Best for: The grad who wants to be more resilient When Sheryl Sandberg's husband suddenly died, she worried she'd never feel joy again. She worked on this book with her friend Adam Grant, a Wharton psychologist — together, they share tips on how to build resilience even in the most trying times. It's a skill every graduate needs, whether they're facing big changes or even just dreading big changes in the future. "The Beautiful Chaos of Growing Up" by Ari Satok Amazon Best for: The grad who loves poetry "The Beautiful Chaos of Growing Up" is a beautiful poetry collection about young adulthood. it covers everything from college friendships and graduation to all the firsts of adulthood: first romances, first jobs, first apartments — all helping a recent grad get excited about what's to come next.

  • When was Syracuse University founded?

    Syracuse University was founded in 1870.

  • Where is Syracuse University's headquarters?

    Syracuse University's headquarters is located at 900 South Crouse Ave., Syracuse.

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