"Writing with the Stars," a Writing and Critical Inquiry (WCI) Program event, recently brought past WCI Writing Contest finalists to campus to give feedback and advice to current students submitting essays for next year's contest.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Joann Lublin (Earning It, on successful women execs) chats with freshman Victoria Tiranno on Tuesday at the Massry Center for Business. Lublin later gave a reading with the NYS Writers Institute.
New York Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul met with students on Monday in a Lecture Center conference room prior to her evening talk on the Citizen Preparedness Corps Training Program, hosted by the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity.
This month has been “No Shave November” for UAlbany police, an initiative to bring awareness to men's health issues, particularly cancer. Participating UPD members' growths facilitated conversations on the campus that encouraged men to schedule potentially life-saving screenings.
Amani Edwards, programming chair for the Graduate Student Association, and senior Joey Radenberg inspect part of "The Art of Zhen, Shan, Ren," a traveling international exhibit of oil paintings and watercolors from mostly Chinese artists on display Monday and Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Players, Coach Will Brown (kneeling), and UAlbany officials pose with the Albany Cup after beating Siena 81-72 at the SEFCU Arena on Sunday night. Earlier, the female Great Danes took the women's version of the title in an overtime 88-86 thriller.
Junior Afonso Pinheiro celebrates after Sunday's game-clinching goal versus Boston College, UAlbany's first home win in an NCAA men's soccer tournament. With a goal and assist in the 3-0 victory, Pinheiro became the program's top season scorer. The Great Danes advance to the Sweet 16 at #3-ranked Clemson this Sunday.
The UAlbany Theatre production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Water by the Spoonful, about an Iraq War veteran struggling to find his place in the world, concludes Saturday (2 & 7 p.m.) and Sunday (2 p.m.) at the Performing Arts Center.
Theatre students Michael Chaney, Andrew Galloza and Bryce Pole-Merchant prepare lighting for Pulitzer-winning play Water By the Spoonful, to be performed five days in the PAC's Studio Theatre starting Wednesday night.
Sophomore flautist Megan Fischmann and Senior accompanist Rebecca Smyth get constructive feedback in the PAC from members of ETHEL, a popular post-modern, Indie-classical quartet that conducted a Nov. 3 afternoon workshop for musicians on how to deal with performance anxiety.
A contingent of diplomats to the U.S. from 25 countries and territories, representing potential foreign investment, toured the Health Sciences Campus last Thursday with organizers from New York's Empire State Development and the region's Center for Economic Growth.
Culinary entrepreneur Angelo Mazzone, RPI President Shirley-Ann Jackson and corporate CEO Walter L. Robb pose on Thursday night at the 37th Annual Citizen Laureate Awards. Jackson received the Academic Laureate, while Mazzone and Robb were named Community Laureates.
Carpenter Steve Sano supervises Lansingburgh High School student Zack Penk fitting a new door in the Performing Arts Center. Three times a year, UAlbany partnered with Questar to give high school students one week of on-the-job training and mentorship in carpentry, plumbing, refrigeration, auto, electrical and HVAC.