Kathleen C. Hochul, Lieutenant Governor of
New York, delivered an inspirational keynote address at the graduation ceremony
for the 2015 Fellowship on Women and Public Policy. The Fellowship is an intensive
leadership development program designed to maximize the skills and
contributions of women to achieve excellence in public service.
In addition to students back on campus for Summer Sessions, the University at Albany also has several major construction and maintenance projects on-going including building an extension of the Campus Center and replacement of windows in Dutch Quad Tower.
The seal of the university is proudly displayed in the tunnel connecting the School of Business building with the College of Liberal Arts building. The tunnel was made possible by the generous support of faculty, staff, student, alumni and friends of UAlbany donors.
Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. Pictured are some cadets from UAlbany's R.O.T.C. program.
University at Albany men’s basketball guard Peter Hooley represents his 2015 undergraduate class by delivering the student address at UAlbany Commencement on Sunday, May 17 on the Entry Plaza Lawn. Hooley’s story of perseverance became a national news story in 2015. After becoming the second-leading scorer in the America East conference, Hooley returned to his native Australia to be with his mother who passed away earlier this year.
MFA candidates position a sculpture for inclusion in the 2015 MFA Thesis Exhibition ongoing in the University Art Museum until May 17. The reception for the artists will be held on May 8th (5pm-7pm), with the public invited.
UAlbany music majors, Jordan Scott, Brittany Mettrick and Anastasia Glazunova rehearse for their upcoming performance. Student Recitals will be presented on two consecutive evenings, Tuesday May 5 and Wednesday May 6, in the PAC Recital Hall at 6 p.m. Jordan, Brittany, and Anastasia will perform two movements from a Beethoven Trio on Wednesday, May 6.