Students - Arts and Humanities
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- Archaeological Field School
An eight-week program designed to teach students the basics of archaeological field work, laboratory processing, and artifact analysis.
- Department of Anthropology Field School Opportunities
Special programs and field school opportunities are available for both undergraduate and graduate students studying anthropology.
- Department of Economics Internship Opportunities
The internship gives students hands-on experience in economic research and activity in business, government, and non-profit agencies in the Capital District area.
- Department of Latin American, Carribean and U.S. Latino Studies (LACS)
Special opportunities are available for students pursuing Latin American, Caribbean and US Latino Studies.
- Department of Theatre Production Practicum
The Production Practicum is designed to broaden students overall theatrical experience and knowledge beyond what can be learned in a classroom.
- FENCE and FENCE Books Internships
FENCE, a literary magazine and publisher of FENCE Books, sponsors internships for undergraduate students at the University at Albany.
- Francophone Day
An LLC-University in the High School collaborative event that hosts high school students interested in all things French at UAlbany
- Judaic Studies Internships
Students pursuing Judaic Studies have the opportunity the earn practicum and internship credit.
- Music Department Ensemble Groups
Opportunities for participation in various performance ensembles in the Department of Music are available to community members.
The unique worlds of nanotechnology and art intersect at the CNSE NanoArt Exhibit, in collaboration with the Nano GSO and the UAlbany Fine Arts department.
- New York State Writers Institute Internship
The New York State Writers Institute sponsors internships for undergraduate and graduate students at the University at Albany.
- Olympiada of Spoken Russian
UAlbany hosts an annual competition for over 100 high school students on spoken Russian and Russian culture and literature.
- Researching New York: Perspectives on Empire State History
Participants, including archivists, local historians, and public historians from the Capital District and other locations, take part in this annual conference.
- Talking History Radio Program
UAlbany history professors host and produce a weekly one-hour radio program, "Talking History," broadcast locally on WRPI.
- Theme Semesters
UAlbany holds theme semesters for the campus and public on topics ranging from the Hudson River to China to Shakespeare.
- UNI 390 University-wide Internships Program
Approximately 100 students university-wide participate in an extensive internship program with for-profit, not-for-profit and government organizations each year.
- University Art Museum Student Involvement
Programs include student events, classes, MFA Thesis Exhibition, and Internship and Work Study opportunities.
- University Chamber Singers
A select group of students from a variety of backgrounds who sing and entertain at UAlbany and in the community
- University-Community Chorale
The chorale is composed of students, faculty, and community members, of mixed abilities and majors.
- University-Community Symphonic Band
The University-Community Symphonic Band offers students, faculty/staff and community members the opportunity to perform a wide variety of band literature.
- University-Community Symphony Orchestra
The University-Community Symphony Orchestra is composed of students, faculty, staff, and community members.