Syracuse University plans to continue to pursue diversity and equitable admissions through recruitment in the case the Supreme Court bans affirmative action in college admissions, an SU spokesperson told The Daily Orange in a written statement. The Court heard arguments in early November for two cases against Harvard College and the University of North Carolina, questioning the use of affirmative action and race consideration in admissions processes.More»
‘What’s at Stake’: University Professor David Driesen Participates on Maxwell Panel Focused on U.S. Climate Legislation
The U.S. Supreme Court reduced the power of the EPA to regulate carbon emissions in June.
A panel at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs’ Center for Policy Research covered the decision’s implications along with the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act, which increased credits for renewable energy sources and allocated funding toward electric transportation.More»
Syracuse University College of Law has hired Adrienne Graves as its Director of Alumni Relations. Graves brings more than ten years of experience in higher education and alumni relations. Graves will lead the Office of Advancement and External Affairs’ alumni engagement work, with the goal of meaningfully engaging College of Law alumni and promoting philanthropic support of the College of Law’s mission.More»
The College of Law hosted a special Veterans Day Ceremony in the Melanie Gray Ceremonial Courtroom this week, sponsored by the Institute for Security Policy and Law, the Betty and Michael D. Wohl Veterans Legal Clinic, and the National Security Student Association.More»