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CTG and Department of Communication Joint Paper Earns Top Information Sciences Prize
A joint paper from the Center for Technology in Government and Deptartment of Communication has been selected for the Best JASIST Paper award from the American Society for Information Science and Technology.

Winell Jones, '08: A Symbol of Success
Winell Jones' interest in making a difference is rooted in personal experiences growing up as a foster child.

CTG and Department of Communication Joint Paper Earns Top Information Sciences Prize
(November 3, 2008) -- A joint paper from the Center for Technology in Government and Department of Communication has been selected for the Best JASIST Paper award from the American Society for Information Science and Technology.

Youth Movements Festival: Music for the Child in All of Us
Assistant Professor of Music Duncan Cumming had an idea: create a concert just for children. His concept has grown into the Youth Movements Festival, presented by the Department of Music Nov. 13-16 at the PAC.

Nancy Persily Remembered
Brenda Kirkwood has a vivid memory of what a passionate, dedicated, and compassionate person Nancy Alfred Persily was. 

Marketing Students Gain Real-World Experience in the Classroom
You wonít find any textbooks or exams in Don Purdyís marketing class, but you will find the essential business skills that canít be learned from a book. 

Marketing Students Gain Real-World Experience in the Classroom
November 17, 2008 -- You wonít find any textbooks or exams in Don Purdyís marketing class, but you will find the essential business skills that canít be learned from a book. 

Nancy Persily Remembered
November 17, 2008 --  Brenda Kirkwood has a vivid memory of what a passionate, dedicated, and compassionate person Nancy Alfred Persily was. 

Deputy Secretary for the Environment Speaks to UAlbany Students
NYS Deputy Secretary for the Environment Judith Enck will speak at the Joan E. Schulz Endowment lecture hosted by the Women's Studies Department on Thursday, Nov. 6

Retired English Professor Honored by Community Caregivers
Donald Stauffer taught English literature at the University at Albany for 30 years, including graduate courses on Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville and Edgar Allan Poe

Costa Rica Field School Students Dig into the Past
 In Rob Rosenswig's world, the digging that takes place at his archaeological field schools just scratches the surface of the learning that happens.

EOP 40th Reunion: Lasting Friendships, Career Success
James Clinton Walker will never forget what the University at Albany's Educational Opportunities Program has done for him.

Youth Movements Festival: Music for the Child in All of Us
(November 12, 2008) -- Assistant Professor of Music Duncan Cumming had an idea: create a concert just for children. His concept has grown into the Youth Movements Festival, presented by the Department of Music Nov. 13-16 at the PAC.

Costa Rica Field School Students Dig into the Past
November 3, 2008 -- In Rob Rosenswig's world, the digging that takes place at his archaeological field schools just scratches the surface of the learning that happens.

EOP 40th Reunion: Lasting Friendships, Career Success 
November 3, 2008 -- James Clinton Walker will never forget what the University at Albany's Educational Opportunities Program has done for him.

Deputy Secretary for the Environment Speaks to UAlbany Students
November 3, 2008 -- NYS Deputy Secretary for the Environment Judith Enck will speak at the Joan E. Schulz Endowment lecture hosted by the Womenís Studies Department on Thursday, Nov. 6.

Retired English Professor Honored by Community Caregivers
November 3, 2008 -- Donald Stauffer taught English literature at the University at Albany for 30 years, including graduate courses on Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville and Edgar Allan Poe.

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