Syracuse University



  • Corporate Partnerships
  • Foundation Partnerships

Saying Yes!


SU leads a precedent-setting partnership that positions Syracuse schoolchildren for academic achievement and serves as a national model for urban education reform.  By providing support to all city school students, the initiative seeks to help more children succeed academically, graduate from high school, and pursue higher education. Learn more

Kauffman Grant Drives "Enitiative"

A five-year, $3 million grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is behind the Syracuse Campus-Community Entrepreneurship Initiative--a collaborative partnership that's transforming the way entreprenuership is taught.

Read More

SU Home to Green Data Center

IBM's new data center-currently being constructed on the SU campus—is designed to use 50 percent less energy, making it one of the "greenest" computer centers in operation.

Read More

A Shared Vision, a Landmark Collaboration

SU and financial services giant JPMorgan Chase are engaged in a new kind of university-industry collaboration-one that will fill the need for information technologists.

Read More

  • spacer
    Kauffman "Enitiative"
  • spacer
    IBM Data Center
  • spacer
    JPMorgan Chase

Corporate Partnerships

Connect with SU's Resources

Syracuse University’s Corporate Relations staff can match our faculty's research and development expertise with your goals. They'll help you  identify your objectives, bring together the right people, develop an action plan, implement projects, and evaluate and refine relationships. We can also help your human resources department connect with internship and co-op programs, hire graduates, and arrange for continuing education programs for your employees. Learn more

SU and Foundations

The partnerships between Syracuse University and local, regional, and national foundations have resulted in a number of unique, often groundbreaking programs and research projects. The reasons these relationships exist are many—and include visionary leadership, a focus on innovation, and an impressive track record.
Learn more

Collaboration Creates One-of-a-Kind Opportunities


Each summer, six SU civil engineering students travel to Dubai for a unique internship experience established by Abdallah Yabroudi ’78, G’79.  The international developer created this program as a way to give civil engineering students the practical, real-world experience that can’t be gained in a classroom or through a textbook.  Learn more

SU and IBM Open Green Data Center


Syracuse University, in partnership with IBM and New York State, has opened what is believed to be the most energy-efficient data center in the world. The facility is expected to use less than half the energy required by a typical data center. Read more is neither affiliated with the authors of this page nor responsible for its contents. This is a safe-cache copy of the original web site.