As one of China’s first 3D animators, the associate professor attended SU for graduate school to advance her design skills.
The assistant SUNY-ESF chemistry professor wanted to study somewhere he could meet a diverse array of people, so he moved to one of the largest cities in the U.S.
After studying at Seoul National University, Lee moved to the United States to push himself out of his comfort zone and expose himself to different cultures.
SUNY-ESF professor, Chang Geun Yoo, grew up near a trade port in South Korea, which sparked his desire to travel and later study biofuels in the U.S.
Before becoming an iSchool professor at Syracuse University, Qin received a degree in library science at Wuhan University.
The Syracuse University accounting professor goes “the extra mile” in helping others in Syracuse and his home country of Sri Lanka.
How six SU professors from China, South Korea and Sri Lanka found a home in Syracuse, and what they’ve learned during their professional journey.
As President Biden pushes for global environmental initiatives, students, faculty and staff at SU are working to make a more sustainable community.
New York State intends to commit $100,000 to students with disabilities participating in Syracuse University’s InclusiveU.