Claire Howard
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Visionary committed to community good and entrepreneurship with a social impact. Experienced venture founder skilled in economics, writing, editing, and multiple languages. Currently studying for an Economics BS and International Relations BA at Syracuse University.

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Ud Joseph ’25 creates a mentoring network to support youth and build communities

Ud Joseph ’25 creates a mentoring network to support youth and build communities

Linda Dickerson HartsockDecember 2, 2022
Posse Scholar and Syracuse student Ud Joseph ’25, studying Information Management and Technology in the School of Information Studies, is committed to creating connected and uplifting community.  Born in Arcahaie,
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Gabriel Davila-Campos ’25 on fusing technology, entrepreneurship and academic excellence

Gabriel Davila-Campos ’25 on fusing technology, entrepreneurship and academic excellence

litsNovember 15, 2022
Gabriel Davila-Campos ’25, studying Applied Data Analytics with a concentration in Information Security Management along with a minor in Innovation, Design and Start-Ups, in the School of Information Studies, has
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Sandra Appiah Babu-Boateng ’10, Techstars Boston, partners with the Syracuse LaunchPad to beta test her mentor matching platform, LegacyShift

Sandra Appiah Babu-Boateng ’10, Techstars Boston, partners with the Syracuse LaunchPad to beta test her mentor matching platform, LegacyShift

Claire HowardNovember 1, 2022
Hours of studying, networking, writing cover letters, and practicing interviews is something college students work tirelessly at for one purpose: getting their first job after graduation. However, when that offer
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Vanessa Lora G ’23 on embracing her Hispanic heritage, identity and creative artistry

Vanessa Lora G ’23 on embracing her Hispanic heritage, identity and creative artistry

Claire HowardSeptember 26, 2022
When musician, videographer, recorder, and producer Vannessa Lora is asked who she is, she answers simply: “I’m just an artist.” From her roots in the Bronx to her graduate music
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Ethan Tyo ’17, G’22 is featured in the New York Times and Seattle Times as he grows AlterNative

Ethan Tyo ’17, G’22 is featured in the New York Times and Seattle Times as he grows AlterNative

Claire HowardSeptember 1, 2022
Ethan Tyo ’17, G’22 is featured in the New York Times and Seattle Times as he grows AlterNative Growing up on the Mohawk reservation of Akwesasne, Ethan Tyo ’17 G’22
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Zebedayo Masongo L ’23 and Grnwood

Zebedayo Masongo L ’23 and Grnwood

Claire HowardApril 18, 2022
The story of creating an oasis in a society with racism engrained into its foundations begins in a small district Tulsa, Oklahoma, at the turn of the 19th century. It
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Rabia Razzaq G ’22 is designing solutions to global challenges

Rabia Razzaq G ’22 is designing solutions to global challenges

Claire HowardApril 16, 2022
From Pakistan, Razzaq’s interest in design began after several years working in the fashion industry. As she lived and worked in Pakistan, she noticed the disturbing air quality as pollutants
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Lauren Pichiarella ‘22 creates College Wise to help create a more accessible college application process

Lauren Pichiarella ‘22 creates College Wise to help create a more accessible college application process

Claire HowardMarch 23, 2022
To receive a college education is a privilege, that we all know; but to even hold the opportunity to apply to college is an immense privilege. Navigating the daunting processes
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Kwaku Jyamfi ’18 brings clean energy to communities around the world through Farm to Flame Energy

Kwaku Jyamfi ’18 brings clean energy to communities around the world through Farm to Flame Energy

Claire HowardFebruary 27, 2022
In Ghana, a family uses noxious diesel generators to power their home and charcoal to light their ovens and stoves. Clean energy is utterly lacking in many parts of the
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