Cynthia Bernal ’05 chose the University because she wanted to attend a school that was a “comfortable” distance from her New York City home. She found even greater comfort and confidence in the academic courses and guidance offered by UAlbany. They led her to challenges and decisions that fulfilled her dream of becoming a doctor.
Thirteen women beginning their leadership development journey through the University at Albany’s Center for Women in Government & Civil Society are recognized as the 2014 Fellows on Women & Public Policy on Feb. 19 in a welcome reception at Milne Hall.
Alexis Imprescia, B.S. '10, M.A. '11, came to college determined to work someday in the financial center of the world, New York City. Her game plan? Graduate from a top business school in New York State.
The granddaughter of a Midwestern dairy farmer, Kendra Smith-Howard spent her summers scooping ice cream cones for Uncle Bob’s Homemade Ice Cream. But as a college student, she pursued greater adventures – working as a park ranger in Montana’s Glacier National Park, and teaching and studying in places as far away as Indonesia.
More than 500 science research students and teachers from 36 schools across New York meet at the 29th Annual Upstate New York Junior Science and Humanities Symposium on March 10-11 at UAlbany. The event is among the most prestigious fora in Upstate New York for students presenting original research in a symposium-style format.