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June Campus News

UAlbany's CTG Represented at Beijing Conference
Brian Burke, senior program associate at UAlbany's Center for Technology in Government, recently spoke at a conference in Beijing, China, to address government digital information management practices in China and the U.S.

UAlbany Professor to Organize SUNY-wide Conference on Functional Effects of Hormones
Professor Cheryl Frye of the Department of Psychology has won a $5,000 grant for a two-day conference on the effects of a wide range of hormones.

School of Business Inaugural Direct Admit Program Students Start Junior Year
For the past three years, the School of Business at the University at Albany-SUNY has opened its doors to the highest achieving freshmen in the state.

Cooperation Leads to Grant for Texts on Quebec
A University Libraries senior assistant librarian and an associate professor of French studies recently collaborated to obtain a small grant to acquire texts on Quebec.    

University Beats Gas Prices with Commuting Alternatives
If recent rises in gas prices have made you reconsider your method of transportation to work, the University offers a service that can help make alternative transportation connections.

"Single Black Female" Opens Off-Broadway
Lisa B. Thompson's play "Single Black Female" opens off-Broadway, running June 10-29 at The Duke on 42nd Street in Manhattan.

Black Faculty and Staff Association Raises Funds for Local Family
UAlbany's Black Faculty and Staff Association raised more than $6,000 in the wake of the tragic death of 10-year-old Kathina Thomas, daughter of Chartwells employee Shondell McAllister.

UAlbany Professor and Students Help Create Online Site for Youth Services
A new online site for youth services, Connected Kids, is connected to the University at Albany-SUNY as well.

UAlbany's Zimmerman Updates Classic Text
SUNY Press has published a new edition of UAlbany Professor of Political Science Joseph F. Zimmerman's book, The Government and Politics of New York State

UAlbany Rises to Challenge
University at Albany faculty and staff made a strong showing at the recent GHI Workforce Team Challenge in Albany.

UAlbany Serves Grass-Fed Beef
UAlbany is one of the few universities in the nation to offer grass-fed beef in its dining halls.

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