Presented by The Bunshaft Endowment in the College of Computing and Information, Jonathan Rochelle '85, Director of Product Management for Google Apps, spoke on Friday, April 5, 2013 at the Campus Center Assembly Hall. He shared his advice on becoming and staying innovative.
You can view the lecture here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4MfIXxSqQc
Andrew R. Haas
1955 – 2013
Father, Husband, Son, Brother, Friend, Colleague, and Teacher
We held a gathering of Remembrance and Memorial for Andy Haas on Tuesday, January 29th at 4:15 PM in Humanities 354 on the UAlbany Uptown campus.
Steven Levy, technology journalist and author of the inside story of Google, visited UAlbany on November 16 for two reading sessions. The free event was co-sponsored by the New York State Writer's Institute, and The College of Computing and Information.
Dr. Iyer was recently elected to the Executive Board of the International Society for Knowledge Organization. ISKO is a leading international society whose mission is to advance conceptual work in knowledge organization in all forms, for all kinds of purposes.
Joette Stefl-Mabry has been approved for candidacy on the Fulbright Specialist Roster.The Roster is a list of all approved candidates who are eligible to be matched with incoming program requests from overseas academic institutions for Fulbright Specialists.
From the UAlbany News Center
UAlbany is advancing plans to establish an Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurship Complex that will bring together researchers, entrepreneurs and investors to drive competitiveness in key industries. The hub of the complex would be a new $165 million research and development facility.
The Center for Technology in Government (CTG) at the University at Albany has developed content management tools to help Federal and state agencies achieve transparency and open government.
The University at Albany’s College of Computing and Information will host the 5th Annual Global Game Jam Jan. 25-27. The weekend event begins at 4 p.m. Jan. 25 in UAlbany’s Campus Center Room 375 and ends at 5 p.m. Jan. 27 with a presentation of the completed games. The Game Jam supports the development of video and board games.