Dear Whitman Alumni: April Message from Cindie Adams
What a time to be affiliated with Syracuse University! Last week, we saw an extraordinary explosion of orange on campus and in neighboring communities...and, no doubt, there were orange dots all over the globe where SU alumni and fans reside. It was thrilling to watch the deep NCAA championship run by both our men's and women's basketball teams.


 
Orange Family Legacy: Two Generations of Posts and Counting
This month's Orange Family Legacy feature comes from the Posts who have two generations of Syracuse alumni and hope to further the legacy!


 
This Month’s Alumni of the Week
Our Alumni of the Week for April include a corporate/securities attorney, a merchandise planning business analyst, a sales development manager and a financial analyst.


 
Meet April’s Featured Alumni Entrepreneurs
This month, we are pleased to introduce you to alumni whose business ventures include Big Horn Apparel and Zia Green Chile Company.


 
Faculty Profile: EEE Chair and Associate Professor Alex McKelvie
Alex McKelvie isn’t a real private detective, but he plays one in Whitman’s EEE Department. “One of the things that always interested me as a kid was being a detective and solving problems and mysteries. I discovered it’s very similar to what academics do on the research side."


 
April 2016 Class News and Notes
See which of your classmates has a new position, spouse or family addition. Read about Whitman alumni who have won an award or been featured in the media. Share your own class note or update your contact information.


 
Upcoming Events
Check out Whitman's upcoming events. You may find a great reason to come back to campus or connect with classmates.
  • WISE Unplugged: April 19
  • WhitmanNYC Real Estate Breakfast: May 18
  • Orange Central Homecoming 2016: September 15-18




 
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