Upcoming Events

Applications for Coronat Scholars class of 2021 are due February 6th!

Keep up with our Class of '16 graduating class!!

Congrats to all of the finalists for a great three days of interviews, lectures, class visits, and fun!  Good luck to everyone!

Upcoming Lecture

Lawrence Thomas will be speaking to Coronat Finalists the week of March 21st.

Looking forward to the Warm Winter Picnic

This year's Warm Winter Picnic will take place on February 12, 2017.

Study Abroad

Part of the Coronat Scholarship Program

Diane Portugal ('20) spent her first semester as a freshman studying in Strasbourg, France!

Sydney Study Abroad

Coronat Scholar Jason Kuperberg is currently studying abroad in Australia at the Univeristy of New South Wales.  He is keeping everyone back in Syracuse updated on his adverntures with his blog Syracuse to Sydney.

Photo of Maggie Cregan Coronat Scholar Maggie Cregan, who studied abroad in Strasbourg and had a chance to travel to different parts of Europe during the ten-day travel seminar portion of her semester abroad, blogged about her experience in Footloose and Fancy-free in France.

Beyond the Classroom

Coronat senior publishes poetry collection, "Diatribe from the Library"

Rememberance Scholars Named for 2016-2017 School Year

2016 ACC Meeting of Minds Conference, Farrell Brenner '17

Undergraduate Research Experience, Kaitlin O'Rourke '16

Getting Dirty in Barbados, Sara McNamara '16

Chemistry Fraternity (ΑΧΣ), Robyn Talamo '16 and Anniya Gu '16

The Bio-EntrepreneurElliott Russell '15

Student Spotlight

Farrell Brenner, Class of 2017

                                                                                             Farrell Brenner
Farrell Greenwald Brenner is a rising senior with majors in Women's & Gender Studies, Citizenship & Civic Engagement, and a minor in Russian. Her honors capstone is on the Aryan- and Polish-passing women and girl couriers of the Jewish resistance movement.  With the help of a Crown Award from the Renee Crown University Honors Program, Farrell's research has taken her to archives in New York, Washington D.C., Warsaw, and Jerusalem.  Last spring, she presented a paper on the couriers and the politics of passing at the 2016 ACC Meeting of the Minds conference.  She recently was selected for and completed the Gilda Slifka research internship at the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute at Brandeis University, where her research focused on the representational and narrative politics of the women couriers in the Krakow ghetto resistance movement.  Recently, she became a Specter/Warren Fellow which involves a week-long institute for future educators at the Holocaust Museum in Houston.  Farrell is also an experienced community organizer--this year will be her third year as the editor-in-chief of The OutCrowd Magazine, SU's LGBT publication; she also facilitates the Cross Q Connections discussion group at the LGBT Resource Center. When she's not busy planning the queer revolution, you can find her in the alto section of the Hendricks Chapel Choir.