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Robert's Favorites:
Science Library Skylight●Favorite quiet place on campus is the Science Library.

●Enjoy the outdoors, especially hunting and fishing.

●Spending time with fiancÚ Kim, friends, and family.


Robert's Links:
Department of Information Studies
Office of Facilities Management

 

Robert"UAlbany's a great place to learn and work."


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Meet Graduate Student:
 
Robert

Robert

Who he is...Ambitious. Dedicated. Friendly.

Hometown: Niskayuna, NY

Major: Information Systems and Technology

Graduate degree: Pursuing a master's degree in IT management

Activities: Involved in 2 local hockey organizations; one as a player and one as a coach. He plays in the Mohawk Valley Men's League in Schenectady, NY, and he is an assistant coach for the Arctic Foxes Women's Travel Team in Clifton Park, NY.

 

What he does...


Robert working at the Office of Facilities ManagementMohawks Hockey TeamRobert in front the Office of Facilities Management sign

Great DaneRobert is currently employed by UAlbany at the Office of Facilities Management where he is a graduate assistant/IT technician. He also does freelance web development for many local businesses in the area. How does he balance his time? "...very carefully! Graduate school, work, and hockey take up a lot of my time."

Great DaneAfter high school, he wasn't sure what his major was going to be. "All I knew was it was going to be geared toward computers and technology. I became interested in this field during high school, I bought a few books on computers and web design and taught myself the basics and before I knew it I was designing websites for local non-profit organizations, as well as helping the end-users with their computers"

Great Dane"UAlbany's undergraduate programs allowed me to study a specific area, while also allowing me to take courses that I just found "interesting" and had nothing to do with my major. These classes, which I used for my General Education requirements, were a great change of pace from the technology and programming classes I had to take for my major."

Great DaneWhere would you like to be 10 years from now? Ten years from now he sees himself with a full time position in the field of information technology.

 

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