Education by Donald Biggs
& Noble Scholarships
River Environmental Forum.
UAlbany Enshrines Three Into Athletic
Hall of Fame
Conference Set for Oct. 11-14
In a movable
feast of lectures, panel presentations, artistic exhibitions, workshops
and open forums, an international collection of theorists, educators and
artists will gather in the Capital Region Oct. 11-14 to discuss the future
of the humanities in the light of technological change.
Research Unit Granted $5.3 Million to Enhance Effective Literacy Instruction
The U.S. Department
of Education (U.S. ED) has awarded the University at Albany’s National
Research Center on English Learning & Achievement (CELA) an additional
$5.3 million to extend its national leadership on student learning and
achievement in new school settings. Full
New Venture Internship Teaching UAlbany
Students to Run a Startup Firm
Rami Hyary knows motivation and talent when he sees them.
So when he had an idea for an initiative that will enable students to
use their expertise in giving new business ventures a jump start - and,
in the process, form a company that may employ them after graduation -
he brought it to his alma mater, the University at Albany.
History Professor Sung Bok Kim Acted
as Adviser to Seoul National University
Professor of History
Sung Bok Kim strides into the office wearing a baseball cap from Seoul
National University, inscribed with the initials SNU and the motto “Veritas
lux mea.” Full
McElroy’s Vision for Change
Lee McElroy Jr., the University at Albany’s first-year
director of athletics, is a born trouble shooter with boundless amounts
of energy but minute quantities of patience.
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