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Issue 07 | June 5, 2015

Coming Events

Events for our newest students...and newest grads!

In July and August, our  New Student Send-Off events give new students and their families a chance to meet other first-year students, get answers to questions, and learn what to expect during their first weeks on campus. At SUccess in the City, 2015 SU graduates will have the chance to meet and network to transition from student to professional, get career advice, and hone communications skills. Get details.


NorCal Alumni Club President-Elect

Meet Ezra Broder ’05

The Waterbury, Connecticut, native—a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School—is assistant director of video services at the West Coast Conference and president-elect of the NorCal Alumni Club. “Though I’m relatively new to the San Francisco area, finding and connecting with other Orange has made the transition easy,” he says.  Read more.


In the News


Todd B. Rubin Delivers Phanstiel Lecture, Receives Generation Orange Award

Todd B. Rubin, a 2004 graduate of the School of Architecture, delivered the Fourth Annual Phanstiel Lecture during Philanthropy Week. Chancellor and President Kent Syverud introduced Rubin and presented him with Syracuse University’s Generation Orange Award, which recognizes achievement and potential in alumni who have graduated in the last 10 years. Read more.


Reaching Out to Sacramento Alumni

College of Law grad Tyson Hubbard L'08, who recently moved to Sacramento from Boston, is working to establish a branch of the NorCal Alumni Club in his area. “The Syracuse alumni club strengthens your connections to campus and your local network,” he says. “It also provides an outlet for intellectual conversation and engagement.” Read more.


Jerry Suran H’79—An Alumnus in Spirit and Scholarship

Although he didn’t graduate from Syracuse University, Jerry Suran H'79, electrical engineering icon, senior lecturer emeritus at the University of California–Davis, and holder of 19 patents, forged close connections with SU during his remarkable career with General Electric in Syracuse. Those bonds led him and his late wife, Elsie, to establish the College of Engineering's Suran Endowed Scholarship. In recognition of his many accomplishments, Syracuse University awarded Suran an honorary doctorate in engineering in 1979. Read more.

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