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The new, high-tech, state-of-the art Massry Center for Business, designed to deliver the best business education, serves as the new home for the UAlbany School of Business. The vibrant University at Albany campus is located in New York State’s fast-growing Tech Valley, the new epicenter of the global semiconductor industry and a hotbed of R&D, business, and entrepreneurial activity.
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Assistant Director of Undergraduate Student Services for the School of Business Jason Cotugno is known for being approachable, personable and understanding. He is one of three recipients of the inaugural Provost’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Academic Advising.
On Reading Day each semester, Dean’s Leadership Council offers free snacks to students preparing for finals. The DLC was created over ten year ago by two business students who wanted more involvement in the life of the School of Business. The DLC assists in helping new students adjust to campus life. The group hosts Pick Your Path, an opportunity to learn more about majors and concentrations, a fair introducing students to 16 School of Business clubs and Flash Mock Interviewing.
A business student is the captain of the very first UAlbany men’s soccer team to win the America East championship and participate in the NCAA tournament. The team advanced to the Sweet 16, where they fell to Clemson University.
Keith Traut ’16, a direct admit to the School of Business, will graduate in December with dual degrees in financial market regulation and business with a concentration in the financial analyst honors program. Traut logged the most playing time on the team and though he is a defender, managed to score two goals and an assist this season.
Joann Lublin, the management news editor of The Wall Street Journal, will be at Page Hall at the Downtown Campus at 8 p.m. Tuesday, December 6, to talk about women making it in the world of business. The School of Business is sponsoring a reception with Lublin at 4:15 p.m. in the Massry Center for Business.
Her new book, "Earning It: Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women at the Top of the Business World," combines the story of her own career struggles with the stories of more than 50 women who have reached the highest rungs of the corporate ladder.