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January News

Res Life Learning Outcomes Winners: Inviting, Intellectual, Inclusive
Learning does not end in the classroom at UAlbany. Each semester, Residential Life staff and students offer hundreds of programs for students in the residence halls on topics ranging from learning about other cultures to managing your money.

UPD Officers Recognized
Three new police University Police Officers recently finished six months of training at the regional police academy, learning about everything from first aid and DWI enforcement to defensive tactics and the law.

CTG's Pardo Named to Social Sciences Data Center Board in Mexico
Center for Technology in Government Deputy Director Theresa Pardo has been named to a prestigious advisory board of a data center that is addressing serious limitations regarding access to information in social sciences research in Mexico and Latin America.

Jessica Pena: A Capital Future
Jessica Pena, a December 2008 UAlbany graduate, has a leg up on the job market. The political science major has already worked for the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, thanks to an internship opportunity she obtained through UAlbany.

Preview Great Films at the Emeritus Center
Located on the University's uptown campus in the University Administration Building, the Emeritus Center has become a destination for experiencing a rich array of programming. Now in its third year, the center has created opportunities for patrons to attend lectures on topics ranging from Aristotle to Arizona wildlife.

Special Collections: A Treasure Trove of Social Justice Resources
Denise McGeen, a master's candidate in Public History at UAlbany, had never used the Special Collections and Archives before. Then she took a research seminar in environmental history last semester with Assistant Professor of History Kendra Smith-Howard.

Spring Semester Packed with Exciting On-Campus Events 
There is always something exciting to do at the University at Albany, from cheering on the Great Danes in Division I sports to seeing internationally renowned writers at the New York State Writers Institute.

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