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volume 25, Number 15, April 25, 2002
Faculty& Staff


Director of Ten Broeck Mansion

Intern Honors

A Unique Collaboration in
the Life Sciences

Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity

Beautify Our Campuses on
May 2

Dedicated Classroom

Wall of Difference

Commencement Volnteers Needed

MFA Thesis Exhibition

Albany Heritage

White House Science Adviser to Speak at Graduate Commencement
Neal F. Lane, chief science adviser to President Clinton, will receive an honorary Doctor of Science degree and be keynote speaker during the University at Albany’s graduate commencement ceremony. The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 18, at the Recreation and Convocation Center. Full Story

Giving Back to the Annual Fund
For Richard Hall, it’s a way of giving back to the University at Albany for the “tangible and intangible rewards” he has received over the years. For Daniel Wulff, it expresses his commitment to making his department “an even better place.” For Christine McKnight, it’s a means of “targeting our dollars to the programs, schools, or colleges about which we care the most.” Full Story

UAlbany Foundation Announces Citizen Laureate Winners
Alan Goldberg, president and director of First Albany Corporation; and Mary C. Kahl, a former educator, have been named recipients of the 2002 University at Albany Foundation Citizen Laureate Awards. Full Story

UAlbany Connects to Internet2
When Christine E. Haile connected two ends of ribbon on April 4 at the Campus Center, her act symbolized the University at Albany’s new link to Internet2 - the private, members-only Internet path for collaborative research. Full Story

Laurel Allen Named Director of Affirmative Action
Laurel D. Allen
has been appointed to the position of director of the Office of Diversity and Affirmative Action, effective June 3. Her appointment was made after an intensive nationwide search. Full Story

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