Law and Society News
DNA and Forensic Science with NYSP
For Therese Mandracchia '19, this summer's internship at the New York State Police Forensic Investigation Center (FIC) gave her a window into her "dream job."
A biochemistry major and soon-to-be law and society minor, she was initially "attracted to the internship because my grandfather worked in this field as well as forensic pathology, and I was always fascinated with it on crime shows."
Hiers '79 Authors Sci Fi Series
Author David Hiers '79 recently released "First Contact Cube," the third book in his "First Contact" trilogy - a science fiction series that takes a realistic and modern day approach to human contact with aliens.
Through his writing, Hiers says he's following the "road less traveled" in terms of the way aliens are typically portrayed in media. In his works, humans are generally unaware of the enc...
Neveldine ’95 Returns to Class
Hollywood director and writer Mark Neveldine '95 has returned to his alma mater a number of times to share his knowledge and passion with students. Most recently, he and personal assistant Daniel Webb '13 spent a Tuesday evening with students in Professor of English Grant Holly's course, "The Art of the Screenplay."
Neveldine has directed and filmed commercials and produced, acted in, written and...
Frishman '00 Named 40 Under 40
Aaron Frishman '00, a trust and estate lawyer with Bond Schoeneck & King, PLLC, in Syracuse, N.Y., was named to the 40 Under Forty class of 2014 by Bizeventz, a company in the Business Journal News Network. "I'm flattered and honored that I was selected for the award -- it wasn't something I was expecting," says Frishman, who recently returned to the Central New York area with his wife and so...
President's Forum Welcomes Victoria Reggie Kennedy
As the construction of The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate moves toward completion, Victoria Reggie Kennedy -- legal strategist, financial attorney, and wife of the late Senator Kennedy -- joined the President's Forum Series with a lecture reflecting on governmental gridlock and bipartisanship.
Kennedy's talk, "Dysfunction in Washington and Bi-Partisan Politics," arrived ...