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Winners of Excellence Awards Are Announced
Each year, the University at Albany honors special members of its community with Excellence Awards denoting sustained and profound contributions to the life of the campus. Eighteen faculty and staff members are receiving this tribute in 2004. The awards reception is Friday, April 16, at 3 p.m. in the Campus Center Ballroom. More >>

From left to right, Katelynn Murphy, Akintokunbo Akinbajo, Interim President John Ryan, Timothy Quill, Jr., and Tania Petrina.Ryan Honors Undergraduate Leaders
by Greta Petry (April 8, 2004)
Interim President John R. Ryan presented the President’s Undergraduate Leadership Awards at a ceremony March 14 in the Campus Center Ballroom. More >>

Edward Hannan
Edward Hannan

School of Public Health Improving Cardiac Care
by Tavonna Goodman (April 8, 2004)
Researchers at the University at Albany’s School of Public Health are working under the direction of Distinguished Professor Edward Hannan to improve access to coronary angioplasty and coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery, two of the world’s most commonly performed procedures. Hannan chairs the Department of Health Policy, Management, and Behavior. More >>


Abbe Herzig Rabi Musah
Abbe Herzig Rabi Musah

Herzig and Musah Win National Science Foundation Awards
by Carol Olechowski (April 8, 2004)
Two University at Albany professors, Abbe Herzig and Rabi Musah, have won significant grants from the National Science Foundation. More >>

 

Karen R. Hitchcock, community supporter, John Egan, and IFW Chair Kathy Turek at the 2003 IFW fall dinner.IFW Announces New Scholarship Fund to Honor Karen R. Hitchcock
by Greta Petry (April 8, 2004)
Initiatives For Women (IFW) has announced plans to raise funds for a new scholarship fund in honor of outgoing president Karen R. Hitchcock. The Karen R. Hitchcock New Frontiers Fund for Initiatives For Women Fund will provide awards to women doctoral students who “show great promise of making a positive, transformational difference in our society.” As a testimony to President Hitchcock’s dedication to education, these grants will enable IFW to “Support Her Dream” for a growing number of women doctoral students. More >>

Susan R. Sherman
Susan R. Sherman

Sherman Fund Established at School of Social Welfare
by Carol Olechowski (April 8, 2004)
Susan R. Sherman, a Distinguished Service Professor Emerita recognized for her contributions to social welfare and gerontology, has established a fund to support master’s students at the University at Albany’s School of Social Welfare. More >>

 


Susan R. Sherman
Karyn Loscocco

UAlbany’s Loscocco Enhances ‘Happiness at Work’
by Greta Petry (April 8, 2004)
A new book on business by the Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler, M.D., The Art of Happiness at Work (Riverhead Books), cites the research of University at Albany sociologist Karyn Loscocco. More >>



The recent Job and Internship Expo held in the Campus Center Ballrooom gave University at Albany students a chance to put their best foot forward in seeking internships and job opportunities upon graduation.More Than 850 Attend UAlbany Job Expo
by Tavonna Goodman (April 8, 2004)
Jamaal Bailey, president of the University at Albany Chapter of the National Communication Association Student Clubs, will graduate this May with his bachelor of arts degree in rhetoric and communication. He was one of more than 850 University at Albany students to attend the third annual University at Albany Job and Internship Expo on March 2. More >>

Thomas J. Galvin
Thomas J. Galvin

Obituary / Thomas J. Galvin
Professor Emeritus Thomas J. Galvin, 71, passed away in Chicago on February 18, 2004. Galvin came to the University at Albany in 1989 to implement UAlbany’s doctoral program in information science as its inaugural director. He also served as professor in the School of Information Science and Policy until his retirement in 1999. More >>

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