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Grad Student Researching Alcohol Use Among African Americans

Jessica Desalu, a first-year graduate student in clinical psychology in Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences is determined to identify ways to lessen the effects of alcohol on people of color. Desalu came to Syracuse University to study under Assistant Professor of Psychology Aesoon Park and is currently working on a research project aimed at understanding drinking behaviors of African American college students. Desalu plans to specialize in addiction behaviors among ethnic minorities. 

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Dual Recognition for Ann Grodzins Gold

Professor Ann Grodzins Gold of the Religion Department in The College of Arts and Sciences was recently awarded fellowships from both the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship and the National Humanities Center.

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Student Spotlight: Magenta Silberman '15

The College of Arts and Sciences is home to more than one third of all Syracuse University students. Magenta Silberman '15, who is majoring in both psychology and neuroscience is featured in this week's "Student Spotlight." 

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