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Keith Bybee Discusses Post-Election Well-Being with Thrive

Thursday 11/8/2018

While the elections may have left you feeling tired, angry, or even numb, we must press on and fight for the change we want to see. But first, we must reflect and recharge. Thrive Global checked in with Keith J. Bybee, Ph.D., a professor of law and political science at Syracuse University and the author of How Civility Works, to gather some tips on how we can hit refresh on our lives after a tumultuous and tense year ...

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Leading Disability Studies Scholars to Join Burton Blatt Institute

Thursday 11/8/2018

The Burton Blatt Institute (BBI), housed in Syracuse University’s College of Law, has announced that two leading disability studies scholars have joined the institute and will be charged with launching a new initiative, known as Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach. Steve Kuusisto, University Professor, and Diane Wiener, currently the director of the Disability Cultural Center, will join BBI as the director of interdisciplinary programs and outreach, and research professor and associate director, respectively ...

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St. John Fisher College, Syracuse University College of Law Announce 3+3 Partnership

Wednesday 11/7/2018

St. John Fisher College and the Syracuse University College of Law have announced a 3+3 Legal Education Accelerated Program (LEAP) which will allow a select group of undergraduate students at Fisher the opportunity to earn both an undergraduate and law degree in six years, while minimizing the cost of their education.

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With ILC’s Help, an Engineer Innovates an Old Technology for a Life-Saving Purpose

Tuesday 11/6/2018

Think back to your last time at a bank drive-through. You likely deposited or received money through a tube that travels from your window, to the bank, and back in a minute or so. These systems—known as pneumatic tubes—have been a go-to resource for banks for many years ...

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Troops at the Southern Border: William C. Banks Speaks to Vox

Tuesday 11/6/2018

US troops can’t detain, arrest, or search anyone at the border. That’s a law enforcement function, and the military can’t perform those duties on US soil unless there’s no other way to enforce the law, William Banks, an expert on the military’s domestic authorities at Syracuse University, told me ...

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