February 26, 2015The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Washington, DC, and B’More Orange, the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Greater Baltimore, recently elected new officers and have exciting events planned for the spring. See reports from the club presidents for each region—Natalie Clay ’10 of Washington and Sarah Nelson-Balonis ’05 of Baltimore.
January 23, 2015
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will be the keynote speaker at the award celebration for the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting March 23 in Washington. Sponsored by Syracuse’s Newhouse School, the event honors the late Robin Toner ’76, the first woman to be national political correspondent for The New York Times.
December 22, 2014Chancellor Syverud has shared his thoughts and opinions with the Syracuse University campus community since his first day on the job.
December 9, 2014Watch the full video of the Greenberg Speaker Series Event, Emmett Till Unresolved Civil Rights Act.
October 30, 2014A comprehensive resource for all local SU alumni, parents, prospective students, and friends, our new website will keep you up to date with everything Orange in DC!
April 15, 2014Eli Saslow, a 2004 graduate of the Newhouse School, was awarded a Pulitzer Prize on Monday for his yearlong series about food stamps for The Washington Post.
March 25, 2014Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post is the winner of the 2013 Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting.
February 21, 2014U.S. Vice President Joe Biden L’68 will be the keynote speaker at the award celebration for the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting on March 24 in Washington, DC
November 6, 2013The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC, have launched a far-reaching collaboration that will provide a host of new educational, research and career development opportunities.
October 29, 2013The College of Law has one of the longest running and most respected Law in London programs in the country, and now law students can add Washington, DC, to the list of programs for experiential learning.
Syracuse University to Host Debate on Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act at National Press Club March 29
March 12, 2012Syracuse University is set to host a thought-provoking debate on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) at the National Press Club on March 29.
August 5, 2011Following a public appearance at the Washington Navy Yard, President Barack Obama and the White House acknowledged the importance of the support and resources that Syracuse University programs are providing our nation’s veterans and military families.
June 8, 2011After 28-plus years of traveling the globe—much of the time ensuring that all levels of government improve their efficiency and effectiveness through information technology—Caroline Rapking still credits her Maxwell School experience as integral to her success.
May 3, 2011Ties to Syracuse University run deep for Ken and Fran Finkelstein. Having met as freshman in 1980, they discovered their career directions—Fran in medicine and Ken in business—on the SU campus and made longstanding friendships there as well.
March 24, 2011Syracuse University alumni David B. Falk and Rhonda S. Falk have committed $15 million to SU—one of the largest-ever single gifts to the University.
James B. Steinberg Named Dean of Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
March 30, 2011
James B. Steinberg, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, has been named dean of SU’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, and University Professor of Social Science, International Affairs and Law.
March 20, 2011SU alumnus Paul Greenberg has a passion for getting the SU message heard in the Washington, DC, area. To further this effort, he recently committed a gift to fund the SU in DC Speaker Initiative.