Prepare to Make a Difference
The team of four is selling 3-inch embroidered “supporter patches” for a project in their Weekend MBA course. Proceeds benefit Leatherstocking Honor Flight, a local not-for-profit dedicated to taking veterans to see the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C.
Social Sciences Research
Research study authored by Trevor Hoppe contends that sex offender registries reflect widespread, systemic bias.
A Hub for New Ideas
With more than 275 students enrolled, far exceeding expectations, the first seven graduates complete the undergraduate minor in emergency preparedness, homeland security and cybersecurity, representing, said the Governor, the future of public safety and emergency preparedness in New York.
A HUB FOR NEW IDEAS
The Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy has announced the launch of its new Master of International Affairs program, designed to prepare students for careers in the public, private and non-profit sectors within countries as well as in relations between them.
The competition asked students to identify a campus problem and send their solution in a one-minute video. Anthony Escamilla ’16, Jordan DiLapo ’16, and Jake Ruth ’16, pitched Youni, Inc., a campus-specific social networking platform for students. It garnered a $2,000 cash prize.
Primed for Career Success
Losing both parents at an early age, Michele Andre has overcome significant challenges to earn a college degree. She graduated from UAlbany on May 15 with a full-time position in the New York State Senate.