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volume 24, Number 11, february 22, 2001

New Faculty

Faculty & Staff

Rod Hart Mourned

UAlbany Jewish Students Visit Israel

UAlbany Doctoral Student on SUNY Board of Trustees

Doctoral Students Research Anxiety Disorders

Pienkowski Brings Polish Culture to UAlbany

Master Plan

UAlbany in the News

Painting by David Miller on Loan

University Theatre Presents Hippolytus

Students Around the World Study “Living Cases” at UAlbany
Business owners and senior managers often face information systems, marketing, finance, or human resources problems that impact their firms’ growth and survival. Some attempt to devise their own solutions. Others call upon UAlbany School of Business faculty and students for help in the form of a Living Case. Full Story

Larry Davis Honored at Internet Symposium
Larry A. Davis, founder, president and chairman of Tech Valley Communications (TVC), is this year’s recipient of the University at Albany’s Entrepreneurship Award. Established in 1998, the award honors a Capital Region business person with an exemplary entrepreneurial spirit and strong commitment to the University. The Entrepreneurship Award salutes the innovation, motivation, and creativity of an entrepreneur. Full Story

UAlbany Wins Grant for Korean Studies
Building on its formidable academic strength in the study of the culture and language of East Asia, the University has been awarded a $135,000 grant from the Korea Foundation to establish a new, tenure-track assistant professorship in Korean studies in the Department of East Asian Studies. Full Story

Lecture Series Addresses Conflicts in Democracies
The Cultures of Conflict and Reconciliation lecture series, sponsored by the Department of English in the College of Arts and Sciences, continues Tuesday, March 6, from 7 to 9 p.m. in Chapel House on Perimeter Road. Full Story

Autobahn Performance Group Succeeds
When A.J. Russo and Adam Morehead decided to open an aftermarket auto accessories shop in the Capital Region, they weren’t going to let little things like insufficient capital or the lack of a business plan stop them. They turned to the University at Albany’s Small Business Development Center for help - and took the pole position on the fast track to success. Full Story

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