• 11/15/19: Remembrance Scholarship Application information session at Bird. SU News
  • 11/14/19: Campus vending machines at Bird Library accepting credit cards and mobile pay. SU News
  • 11/11/19: Lecture Series featuring Young Alum Entrepreneurs “Break the Rules, Blaze New Paths” SU Today
  • 11/11/19: Libraries supports Veterans through fine forgiveness and events. SU News
  • 11/11/19: Faculty Research Metrics Challenge featured in SU Today.
  • 11/11/19: Building an Immersive Entrepreneurial Experience featured in SU Today.
  • 11/6/19: The Republic of Innovation Global Entrepreneurship Week. SU News
  • 11/4/19:  Libraries bake sale to benefit United Way.  SU Today
  • 11/4/19:  Miron’s make gift to Libraries.  SU Today and Daily Orange and LocalSyr.com and CNY Business Journal
  • Nov. 2019: Kelley Parker featured in On My Own Times Exhibit at Everson Museum.  Syracuse Woman Magazine pg. 17
  • 10/31/19: Partners in the Libraries mentioned and University Archives link included in Pete Sala’s SU News update.
  • 10/31/19: Muslim Chaplaincy hosted series on Islam in Bird Library. Daily Orange
  • 10/28/19: Tom Waits, who wrote music for “The Black Rider” has letter in Special Collections. Syracuse.com
  • 10/25/19: University Archivist Meg Mason was interviewed for WAER’s program, On Her Hilltop High, about SU’s sesquicentennial. WAER
  • 10/25/19: Cleo Hamilton, Inclusive U student, is Remembrance Scholar. Feature includes interview with Vanessa St. Oegger-Menn.  ABC_LocalSyr
  • 10/25/19: SU Libraries among institutions that endorsed guiding principles for open access practices with scholarly publishers. Inside Higher Ed
  • 10/25/19: Note from Thomas Edison to B.C. Forbes from SCRC in Forbes article.
  • 10/24/19: Photos from SCRC used in Daily Orange story about students who escaped Pan Am Flight 103.
  • 10/23/19: Dryden Historical Society uses SCRC materials to identify history of property mentioned in Ithaca.com.
  • 10/23/19: Stonewall LGBT exhibit article in Daily Orange.
  • 10/22/19: Cuse Tank winners featured in SU News.
  • 10/20/19: Harriet Powel information from SCRC Underground Railroad collection mentioned in Kingsport Times News story.
  • 10/18/19: Wordgathering open access journal mentioned in ARL News.
  • 10/11/19: SU’s Burton Blatt Institute and SU Libraries will assume publication in December 2019 of the digital open access journal and website, Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature, SU News
  • 10/8/19: Dwaine Farria is the winner of the 2019 Veterans Writing Award for his book “Revolutions of All Colors” to be published by SU Press in the fall of 2020, SU News
  • 10/5/19: Several media outlets have profiled the“Forever Orange” book, that chronicles the University’s 150-year history, Syracuse.com, NewsChannel 9, CNY Central 
  • 10/7/19: Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) opens papers of Dr. Thomas Szasz, SU News 
  • 10/7/19: SU Libraries new Biblio Gallery Exhibit, titled “Master Copy Drawings,” is now on display through December on the fourth floor of Bird Library, SU News
  • 10/4/19: During the month of October, the LGBT Resource Center in collaboration with on-and-off campus partners, presents exhibits, events, programs and workshops in honor of LGBTQ+ History Month, SU News
  • 10/1/19: Josh Aviv ’15, G’17, Blackstone Launchpad alum and CEO of SparkCharge, is interviewed about how important the MakerSpace was for his startup, SU News
  • 10/1/19: SU Libraries seeks feedback from users on new electronic resources for possible inclusion in collections, SU News
  • 10/1/19: Remembering Stonewall: Exhibits for LGBTQ+ History Month displayed in Bird Library, SU Today
  • 9/30/19: A reviewer visits the Special Collections Research Centers’ comics collection, ComicMix
  • 9/30/19: A seven week lecture series, “Understanding Islam,” beginning Oct. 2 and led by Amir Duric, to educate both Muslim and non-Muslim students about the religion, The Daily Orange
  • 9/29/19: The LGBT Resource Center aims to find a permanent location that will be more accessible for students, The Daily Orange
  • 9/27/19: SU Libraries welcomes families to visit the Libraries during Family Weekend, Oct. 18-20, SU News
  • 9/26/19: Peter D. Verheyen, librarian/research and emerging issues analyst, to speak at Wells College, News Talk
  • 9/26/19: Intra-University Transfer Fair held at Bird Library,  SU Today
  • 9/26/19: SU Libraries and School of Information Studies have partnered to create a new Information Literacy Scholars program for graduate students, School of Information Studies
  • 9/26/19: Joan Brodsky, Board of Visitors of SU Library, named historic preservation expert of Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, The Washington Times
  • 9/26/19: Research and creative projects: Do’s and Don’ts features SOURCE, SU The Peel
  • 9/25/19: Forever Orange book highlighting SU history and alumni was featured in local Syracuse news, Localsyr.com
  • 9/25/19: Students can delve into research, creative projects with $5,000 SOURCE grants, SU News
  • 9/24/19: Information sessions announced for second round of cluster hires initiative, SU News
  • 9/24/19: SU Libraries’ Department of Research and Scholarship pilots a new data purchase program to support University researchers, SU News
  • 9/24/19: SU Libraries, along with Muslim Student Life and the Muslim Student Association at Hendricks Chapel, will co-host “Understanding Islam,” a seven week series of lectures and discussions, beginning Oct. 2, SU News 
  • 9/23/19: Music and Message: Making a Difference, SU Today
  • 9/23/19: SU Libraries to host annual Qualtrics webinar workshops from 3 to 4 p.m. on Thursdays, SU News
  • 9/23/19: Workshops for graduate students to be held at Bird Library, SU News 
  • 9/19/19: Blackstone LaunchPad serves as a hub for community of innovators, The Daily Orange
  • 9/19/19: Syracuse Abroad@Bird celebrates the grand opening of new satellite office in Bird Library, SU News
  • 9/18/19: Syracuse Abroad opens new office in Bird Library, The Daily Orange
  • 9/18/19: Collins appointed budget director at SU Libraries, SU News
  • 9/18/19: Homo-Symbiosis architecture display in Bird Library featured in The Daily Orange, The Daily Orange
  • 9/18/19: SU Libraries and School of Information Studies Announce Inaugural Class of Information Literacy Scholars, SU News
  • 9/14/19: LATINX Hispanic Heritage Month book display on the first floor of Bird Library, SU Today
  • 9/12/19: Bird Library hosting ‘Homo Symbiosis’ Architectural installation, SU News
  • 9/3/19: The Daily Orange features 150 Years of Tradition exhibition, The Daily Orange
  • 9/3/19: Paul Barfoot’s photo was featured in SU News’ Faculty & Staff late summertime views, SU News
  • 8/27/19: Interim deans lead 3 SU schools and colleges, The Daily Orange
  • 8/27/19: Josh Aviv ’15, G’17 headlines Orange Central Fireside Chat, SU News
  • 8/23/19: The 150 Years section of the Syracuse University website goes live, complete with a timeline developed by the University Archives, 150 Year Timeline
  • 8/23/19: SU Press’ Forever Orange commemorative book featured on 150 Years Website, Syracuse.edu/150years
  • 8/21/19: Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center mentioned by student worker, Isabel McCullough, SU News
  • 8/21/19: Don Waful’s (’37, G’39) life story, POW journal, and the Sound Beat Audio Archives are featured on SU Today, SU Today
  • 8/20/19: Forever Orange book signing and author talk featured on SU News, SU News
  • 8/18/19: Josh Aviv ’15, G’17, Blackstone LaunchPad alumni and Library Advisory Board member, gave a shoutout to Blackstone LaunchPad in his recent podcast, Spotify
  • 8/16/19: Sound Beat Audio Chronicles project with Don Waful ’37, G’39 featured in SU Today, SU News
  • 8/16/19: Marcel Breuer Papers, housed in Special Collections digital archives, referenced in story about donation of Breuer’s desk to School of Architecture, SU News
  • 8/16/19: Sound Beat article on Don Waful’s (’37, G’39) POW Audio Journal and Memoirs, SU News
  • 8/12/2019: Giovanna R. Colosi, librarian for the School of Education at SU, has been featured in ACRL weekly post, ACLR insider 
  • 8/8/19: LaunchPad alumni featured in U.S. Chamber of Commerce website article: “Young Entrepreneur Series: How CLLCTVE is Bridging the Gap between Gen Z and the Business Community, U.S Chamber of Commerce
  • 8/2/19: International student check-in at Bird Library, SU News
  • 7/25/19: Techstars blog features Matt Shumer ’22, Blackstone Launchpad entrepreneur, and his company Visos, Techstars
  • 7/24/19: National Science Foundation Innovation Corps short courses offered at Blackstone LaunchPad this fall, SU News
  • 7/24/19: Blackstone LaunchPad student Matt Shumer ’22 published in Newsweek and SU Today, Newsweek
  • 7/12/19: Stephanie McReynolds, business, management, and entrepreneurship librarian, was selected as an Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Visiting Program Officer,  ARL.org
  • 7/10/19: SU Libraries were awarded a collaborative Institute of Museum and Library Services grant, SU News
  • 7/9/19: Blackstone LaunchPad student startup MedUX is one of six teams selected for the prestigious CNY Biotech Accelerator 2019 Medical Device Innovation Challenge, SU News
  • 7/1/19: Matt Shumer ’22 was selected for Blackstone LaunchPad Techstars Summer 2019 Lift Program, SU News
  • 6/27/19: Blackstone LaunchPad alumnus Josh Aviv ’15, G’17, founder and CEO of SparkCharge, won the $25,000 top prize in the 2019 California Climate Cup global competition, Blackstone LaunchPad
  • 6/26/19: Geena Matuson G’19, a recent master’s of art graduate in the Newhouse School and Blackstone LaunchPad at Syracuse University alumnus, wrote the Newsweek opinion piece: “The Artist Is the Business: Unpacking the Box of the Creative Entrepreneur.”
  • 6/21/19: Scott Warren, Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship, was elected to the Eastern Academic Scholars Trust (EAST) Executive Committee, a shared print consortium SU Libraries belongs to. It consists of about 60 universities on the east coast and is a primary shared print initiative in North America.
  • 6/20/19: Sound Beat was picked up by KALW (San Francisco). This is the program’s biggest radio market-size (4th) pickup and a big alumni area. Historically, the station is also known as a pioneer in the public radio industry.
  • 06/10/2019 Amanda Page is teaching a course, “Getting Buy-In: How to Plan and Master Open Access Advocacy Sessions,” at Force11 Scholarly Communications Institute, held August 5 – 9 at UCLA in Los Angeles, Force11.org
  • 06/09/2019 Comic artist Jane Krom Grammer is credited for her previously uncredited work via blog post after author conducted primary research in SCRC using Street & Smith, CarolTilley.net
  • 05/23/2019 Living Library event featured on the SU Home Page and Stories page, Syracuse Stories
  • 05/22/2019 Courtney Asztalos was featured as a bright young librarian in Fine Books & Collections, FineBooksMagazine.com
  • 05/21/2019 SoundBeat featured throughout the summer in SU Today, SU News
  • 05/20/2019 Kate Deibel was a featured speaker at the Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarians, featured in SU Today, SU News
  • 05/20/19 Colleen Theisen, e-newsletter co-editor for the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Rare Books and Manuscript libraries’ Instruction and Outreach committee, ran a Twitter chat on the topic of “pop-up exhibitions” and wrote an introduction on the topic for the newsletter, ACRL RBMS Instruction and Outreach Committee E-Newsletter
  • 05/16/2019 iSchool, Arts & Sciences, Libraries Collaborate on Art of Romanticism Course, featured in SU Today, SU News
  • 05/15/2019 PlastiVan visits Libraries, featured in SU Today, SU News
  • 05/13/2019 Disability Cultural Center moves to 548 Bird Library, featured in SU Today, SU News
  • 05/06/2019 Amanda Page and Kate Deibel authored a poster, titled “Opening Doors for All: Collaborations at Syracuse University Libraries in Support of Open Access & Accessibility,” at Association of College and Research Libraries’ New England Conference in Portland, ME,  acrlnec.org
  • 05/06/2019 Libraries Dean David Seaman Appointed Interim Dean of iSchool, featured in SU Today, SU News
  • 05/03/2019 Students Participate in Blackstone LaunchPad Techstars Startup Weekend in Los Angeles, SU News
  • 05/03/2019 TNT-Audio profiled the Diane and Arthur Belfer Audio Laboratory and Archive, TNT Audio
  • 05/01/2019 Students Take Home 5 Prizes in NY Business Plan Competition, featured in SU Today, SU News
  • 04/30/2019 Daily Orange featured “Help from Librarians” in 5 Ways to De-stress this Finals Season, The Daily Orange
  • 04/25/2019 Student Team Competing in ACC InVenture Prized Competition Finals, SU News
  • 04/24/2019 Syracuse City School students were filmed visiting Libraries in News Channel 9 story “Victory Over Violence: Shadow Day at Syracuse University provides hope
  • 04/19/2019 Libraries and Department of Chemistry Collaborate to Identify Chemical Composition of Plastics, featured in SU Today, SU News
  • 04/17/2019 Fred Wellner: Making Magic from Metal, SU News
  • 01/28/2019 American Libraries article “Always Use the Microphone” features Kate Deibel, AmericanLibrariesMagazine.org