UAlbany's Tynelle Taylor-Chase extends her lead on her way to winning the Women's Intermediate Hurdles at Saturday's UAlbany Spring Classic. The international field included over twenty teams in the event's 30th year.
Rockefeller College Alumni David Van Slyke (Ph.D. ’ 99), speaks to UAlbany students as part of the Rockefeller Roundtable Series. The Rockefeller Roundtable is a bi-annual speaker series featuring a distinguished academic alumnus. The series provides recognition to Rockefeller College alumni who have distinguished themselves and their alma mater through achievement and professional accomplishments in academia, and provides a forum f or interaction with current PhD students.
Playing in their fourth doubleheader since Sunday, the University at Albany softball team took the first two games in a three-game set against conference opponent Hartford on Saturday. The Danes (18-9, 7-3) won the first game over the Hawks (7-20, 1-7) 7-0, and won the second game 11-1 in six innings.
UAlbany Physics Professor, Keith Earle, explains a scientific principle to members of the Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company. Collaborating with Ms. Sinopoli in exploring the interplay of dance and physics, their work together will be spotlighted with public performances later this month in the Performing Arts Center.
UAlbany students selected by audition rehearse alongside actors from WAM (Women's Action Movement) Theatre, based in the Capital Region and Berkshires, in the Performing Arts Center’s Arena Theatre for an upcoming staged reading of the new play, Everywoman, by UAlbany Professor and playwright Carolyn Yalkut (English Department). The production directed by Sara Katzoffon (WAM) will be performed on Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 7:30pm.
University at Albany women’s lacrosse earned its first league win on Saturday afternoon, a dominating 22-2 performance against Binghamton. Senior Allie Phelan and freshman Dakotah Savitcheff led the Great Danes with five goals each.
The Great Dane Project is an initiative designed to celebrate UAlbany pride by converting 4 foot tall, 60 lb. fiberglass Great Danes into unique works of art that reflect the spirit of the University at Albany community. Nineteen Great Dane statues have been graciously donated by University Auxiliary Services with eighteen Great Danes “adopted” by various campus entities. The nineteenth was reserved as the “Community Dane” in honor of our 19th President, Robert J. Jones and all presently on display in the Science Library Atrium.
University at Albany junior, Casey Wittchen, autographs a copy of her just released book, “Behind Locked Doors”, to present to the University at Albany Library. The Mechanicville native, a UAlbany business major, already has written nine other books and has many more planned.
Coming into the season, the UAlbany women’s basketball team had a motto: A three-peat is earned, not given. That message proved true on Monday, as the Great Danes took down Stony Brook 70-46 at the SEFCU Arena for its third-straight America East title.
University at Albany men’s basketball took the lead early and never gave it up in a rematch of the 2013 America East title game, downing Vermont 67-58 at SEFCU Arena in the league semifinals thereby assuring a slot in the upcoming America East Championship.
UAlbany junior guard Sarah Royals drives hard to the basket in Saturday's game versus Stony Brook at SEFCU Arena. The America East Champion Great Danes lost a 66-56 decision, snapping their record setting win streak at 38 games.
UAlbany seniors and art majors, Julia Fox and Daviana Angus
get some face-time with visiting Minnesota artist, Lamar Peterson. Peterson’s work is currently on display in
the Art Museum until April 5thas part of a
University Diversity Transformation Grant.
In a wild contest featuring 12 lead changes and eight locked scores, the University at Albany women’s basketball team pulled out the nail-biter over the hosting University of Maine Black Bears, 58-56, Sunday afternoon. The win marked the Great Danes’ ninth straight win in the series with Maine, 14th consecutive victory this season, and 36th straight America East conference victory, dating back to January 2012, which is tied for the longest active streak in Division I.