Richard J. Chang, Forbes

Richard J. Chang

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Recent articles by Richard:

Sandra Bullock, Emma Grede Among Newcomers Of America's Richest Self-Made Women

From a Venice Beach-inspired fashion entrepreneur to a famous actress to an artificial intelligence whiz, meet the newest members to join Forbes’ list of the country’s most successful entrepreneurs, executives and entertainers. → Read More

Bill Gates Thinks You Should Read These 5 Books This Summer

The billionaire bookworm recommends several books of fiction that tackle meaty topics in engaging ways. → Read More

Here Are The Biggest Gainers On The 2022 Billionaires List

The top ten gainers include some familiar names, a cryptocurrency entrepreneur and a Latin American telecom tycoon. → Read More

The Countries With The Most Billionaires 2022

Big losses in Russia and China. Four countries get their first billionaire. Here’s where the world’s billionaires hail from. → Read More

SU will grant 2 honorary degrees at Class of 2020 commencement ceremony

Kevin Richardson, one of the Exonerated Five, will receive an honorary degree alongside Daniel D’Aniello during the 2020 commencement ceremony. → Read More

SPD requires officers keep body cameras on during entirety of time at scene

The Syracuse Police Department revised its body camera policy to require that officers record the entirety of their presence during police encounters. → Read More

Colleges Ban Medical Marijuana Use, Even In States Where It Is Legal

Most colleges and universities have substance use policies that ban students from using medical marijuana on university property. Colleges often cite that they receive federal funding and that weed is banned federally. → Read More

COVID-19 stretches resources for human trafficking survivors

The pandemic has affected some of the factors that contribute to human trafficking — such as domestic abuse, the availabilty of treatment programs and the frequency of large gatherings. → Read More

How coronavirus spread through Onondaga County in one month

The number of recoveries from COVID-19 now stands at 273. → Read More

SU relocates research, student life offices

Syracuse University will relocate several university offices to central locations on campus, Provost John Liu and Chief Campus Facilities Officer Pete Sala announced Friday. → Read More

Graduate school dean responds to concerns of student-adviser grievances

The graduate school recently launched a graduate faculty council tasked with creating a program to strengthen the relationship between research advisers and graduate students. → Read More

SU expands multicultural learning communities

The Upperclass Multicultural Living Learning Community will open in Ernie Davis Hall in fall 2020. → Read More

Raj Dewan appointed dean of SU’s School of Information Studies

Dewan currently serves as the director of the M.S. program in business analytics at the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School. → Read More

GSO Senate supports #NotAgainSU protesters, condemns bias incidents

The Graduate Student Organization Senate unanimously passed a resolution condemning the hate crimes and bias-related incidents at SU in November. The resolution also supports future student protest movements. → Read More

No update on SPD investigation of racist, bias-related incidents

SPD spokesperson Sgt. Matthew Malinowski said that SPD does not have any updates on investigations into bias-related incidents near SU campus. → Read More

SU cancels classes due to snow for 4th time in history

Only essential employees are required to report to campus. → Read More

Remembrance Scholars host “Terror in the Digital Age” panel

The panel discussed how terrorism has evolved in an increasingly digital age. → Read More

Vlogger Asia Jackson speaks about colorism in media

The Youtuber created #MagandangMorenx, which translates to “beautiful brown skin.” → Read More

GSO President Mirjavad Hashemi discusses priorities, goals

Mirjavad Hashemi looks to focus on mental health and graduate student representation in the upcoming academic year. → Read More

University College reduces tuition rate

SU’s University College now offers reduced tuition rates for students studying part-time to increase access to the campus. → Read More