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    Alumni University Series

    Syracuse Sweats

    Syracuse University encourages lifelong learning by alumni. Alumni University gives you the opportunity to expand your interests while connecting with other alumni in the DC, Maryland and Virginia area. Explore your surroundings while alumni and friends of the university educate participants in a social environment. Create lasting connections with fellow Orange alumni and hone in on your networking skills. Who said learning has to stop after college?

    Fall 2016

    Alumni University: Leadership seriesLeadership

    Greg Milonovich '94, G'96, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI, kicked off the inaugural Alumni University series. During "Exploration Leadership", students participated in four interactive sessions on various topics pertaining to leadership development in both personal and professional domains. Participants who attended all four sessions at the Greenberg House qualified for the Capstone class - a private group tour of the FBI Academy at Quantico led by Milonovich. 



    Alumni University: Health & Wellness series Wegmans

    Alumni University: Health & Wellness focuses on healthy food, fun and fitness for Orange alums. The Greenberg House and Wegmans partnered to bring, Get Cooking!, a Halloween inspiried healthy cooking class for kids this past October. Wegmans staff presented festive and alternative ways to snack healthily during the holiday season. Click here to see photos from this event.

    In November, alums and friends of the university got their heart rates up at Next Phase Group Ex Studio in Bethesda, Maryland for, Syracuse Sweats. Participants flaunted their faviorite 'Cuse gear as they were guided through a full body workout. Immediately following the class, participants were invited to shop at lululemon athletica of Bethesda! 


    Spring 2017

    Alumni University: Leadership series

    Due to overwhelming response for this seminar in the fall, Greg Milonovich ’94, G’96, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI, will be offering the series again during the spring semester. Students will participate in four interactive sessions on various topics pertaining to leadership development in both personal and professional domains. Milonovich will facilitate discussions using in-class exercises, handouts, articles, and more. Participants who attend all four sessions at the Greenberg House will qualify for the Capstone class - a private group tour of the FBI Academy at Quantico led by Milonovich. This series is currently at capacity. 


    Alumni University: Art series 

    Alumni University Art Series: Paint Night
    Tuesday, April 25 - 6-8 p.m.
    Greenberg House
    Washington, DC 
    Enjoy a night out embracing your creative side during a private painting party led by former SU women’s basketball player Tiara Butler ’14 of Designs by Tiara. Registration includes an 11×14 canvas, all painting materials, and a take home bag for your new masterpiece. Refreshments provided. For more information, please contact the Greenberg House at 202-797-4678 or suindc@syr.edu. Register here.

    Alumni University Art Series: Art Studio Reception
    Tuesday, May 2 - 6:30-8:30 p.m.
    Hilgartner Natural Stone Company
    Baltimore, MD
    Join fellow art enthusiasts for an exclusive tour and reception at the studio of renowned sculptor Sebastian Martorana ’03. View some of Martorana’s sculptures up close while enjoying refreshments. Martorana will also demonstrate his craft as part of the tour. For more information, please contact the Greenberg House at 202-797-4678 or suindc@syr.edu. Register here.

    Alumni University Art Series: Library of Congress Tour
    Tuesday, May 16 - 3 p.m. Arrival
    3:30-4:30 p.m. Library Tour, Library of Congress, Washington, DC
    5-6:30 p.m. Reception, The Monocle Restaurant, Washington, DC
    Register today for this one-of-a-kind experience of a private tour at the Library of Congress. Andrew Saluti ’99, G’09, chief curator of exhibitions, programs & education at the Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries, will join the group and offer brief remarks at a reception immediately following the tour. For more information, please contact the Greenberg House at 202-797-4678 or suindc@syr.edu. Register here.