First Museum Study of Carroll Dunham Prints at UAM Feb. 2
The fresh, bold prints of artist Carroll Dunham will come to the University Art Museum Feb. 2-April 3. This exhibition marks the first museum study of this distinguished body of work.
Edward Renshaw: Scholar, Mentor and Walker
Edward Franklin Renshaw loved to debate and to walk. The long-time UAlbany professor of economics passed away on Jan. 14, 2010 at the Hanover (N.H.) Terrace Healthcare facility after a brief illness.
UAlbany Senior Makes TV Debut as "Millionaire" Contestant
UAlbany senior Stephanie Ferreira kept a secret from friends, family and classmates for months.
Scholes Seeks Long-Term Assistance for the People of Jacmel, Haiti
For information on how to support relief efforts, visit: UAlbany Haiti Relief Fund. UAlbany professor Charles Scholes and his wife Nancy were moments from heading out the door on their way to the airport Jan. 12 for their flight to Haiti when they learned that an earthquake had struck the struggling nation. Their flight was cancelled.
Fond Memories of 'The University Barber'
Daniel Gatto, who died on Dec. 31 at the age of 77, was a barber at the University at Albany for 35 years, from 1967 to 2002. In that time, he built up a fiercely loyal clientele of faculty, staff and students.