News, Events & Conferences
The Center for Advancement and Understanding of Social Enterprises is sponsoring Vet Con, Veterans in Economic Transition on October 24 and 25.
The School of Business is sponsoring three upcoming finance events: The University at Albany’s 3rd Annual Financial Market Symposium: Hedge Funds, the CAIA Partnership Signing and the Financial Analyst Program Alumni Reception. Join us.
Accounting Chair Ingrid Fisher ’79, ’82,’02, has been named associate dean of the School of Business, succeeding Hany Shawky who is serving as interim dean.
The boy was four years old. His father was in prison and his mother was addicted to drugs. Almost every morning he crossed the street to visit his neighbors, students Stephen Stabile ‘01 and William Bott ’01, at their pseudo-fraternity-house in Pine Hills, sometimes with a note, “Can you watch Jamel today?” The 20-year-olds fed him, read to him, taught him how to write and took him to school.
Spring commencement included many first generation college students, including student speaker Rosa Bautitista '16 and alumna speaker Joan Solotar '86, senior managing director at Blackstone Group.
Professor Hany Shawky is serving as interim dean of the School of Business as former dean Donald Siegel has stepped down to work on grants, his scholarship and a new book contract. Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost James Stellar said, “An accomplished administrator in his own right, Dr. Shawky has been a true citizen of the University at Albany for 38 years.”
School of Business News from the UAlbany News Center
Philanthropist J. Spencer Standish was devoted to his community, and his support for UAlbany showcased his goal of bringing people together.
Professor Sanjay Goel discusses the messages about government power and personal privacy to take away from director Oliver Stone’s new movie about Edward Snowden.
The School of Business has added a global leader in finance education to its portfolio.
Why does technology matter for your health?
What do park rangers and Martians mean to the business professor?