Named Media Relations Director
Advises Congressional Committee
Susan Bordo to Speak March 7
Swygert: UAlbany "a snapshot"
in the News
Interest Career Fair
Tribuvan Team for Research
Risky Writing Gains National Attention
Many ordinary activities - driving a car or
crossing a street, for example - involve some element of risk. So does
writing, according to a new book by University at Albany Professor of
English Jeffrey Berman.
UAlbany Mourns Passing of Ralph W.
Harbison II, School of Education Dean
Warner Harbison II, 59, of Slingerlands and Willsboro, N.Y., dean of the
School of Education and Service Professor, Department of Educational Administration
and Policy Studies at the State University of New York at Albany and a
former World Bank sector manager, died suddenly of a heart attack while
cross-country skiing in the Adirondack Park High Peaks on Saturday, Feb.
Features Groundbreaking Work of Lanford and Huthwelker
Research completed at the Ion Beam Laboratory at the University
of Albany is featured in the February 8 issue of Science magazine,
a weekly peer-reviewed journal that publishes the best original scientific
research, plus reviews and analyses of current research and science policy.
President Hitchcock Wins 2002
President Karen R. Hitchcock was awarded
the Marketer-Executive-Citizen Award (MECA) by the Sales & Marketing Executives
of Eastern New York at the organizationís 21st annual dinner, held February
20 at the Albany Marriott. Full
UAlbany Students Seek to Increase Organ
Donation in Pilot Project
Students in Larry Sombkeís class are learning by
doing in a pilot project that may one day be used by SUNY students around
the state. Full
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