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Feature Archives 2002


   
Flying on Ice.  Read More Amanda Bird loves to race downhill at 85 miles per hour, on a 70-lb. sled, headfirst, with her chin just inches from the ice. It’s called skeleton racing and Amanda’s long-term goal, along with graduating this spring from the University at Albany, is to compete in the 2006 Winter Olympics.  (12/23/02)
   
Great Teaching and Onions...An Award Winning Recipe Add a dash of garlic, world class research and excellence in teaching and what do you have? The winning combination for Professor Eric Block, recently named to the State University of New York’s highest rank – Distinguished Professor.  (12/16/02)
   
Some Fine Art.  Read More. Ranging from paintings of self-portraiture and allegorical realism, to a vacuum cleaner-turned-carpet defender sculpture, the collected work of the graduate candidates in art is on display in the University’s Art Museum.  (12/9/02)
   
Into Africa.  Read More. A study abroad program in Ghana gives UAlbany students insight into the relationship between their own culture and those of the people of Africa.  (12/2/02)
   
Stars in Digs, Kills and Aces.  Read More. For a team that finished last just one year ago, UAlbany’s women’s volleyball team is sitting in fourth place in America East conference standings as some star players emerge. (11/21/02)
   
NEC Champions!  Read More. UAlbany Football Team Captures Northeast Conference Championship.  (11/16/02)
   
NEC Champs?  Find out Saturday.  Find out how you can win too... UAlbany (6-4, NEC 5-1) seeks its first Northeast Conference championship and an ECAC Football Classic against Monmouth.  (11/14/02)
   
Puttin' on the Ritz.  Read More. The newly renovated Arts and Sciences Building formally debuted its new teaching, research and faculty space at a special celebration this fall.  (11/7/02)
   
UAlbany researcher Fangqun Yu has his head in the clouds Global Warming...Earth's Cloudy Secrets.  (11/4/02)
   
A Treat for the Eye - Phyllis Galembo's book "Dressed for Thrills" UAlbany Art professor Phyllis Galembo’s  new book of photography.  (10/29/02)
   
Field Trip!  UAlbany students volunteer to help feed the hungry UAlbany's Tradition of Volunteering in the Community is Fieldwork for the Class of '06.  (10/21/02)
 

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