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Rockefeller College Alumni Quarterly
Spring 2014 

Spring is a time for celebration at Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy. From Commencement to the Annual Alumni Dinner and Awards Ceremony, there are a number of upcoming events and programs to put the finishing touches on a fantastic academic year. We hope that you will join us in person, in spirit, and through your support!

First Annual Rock Mob | March 27, 2014 | NYS Capitol
You're Invited:
Upcoming Events 
Monday, April 14, 1 p.m.
Your Support Matters:
Alumni Profile:
David Van Slyke, PhD '99 
David Van Slyke received his PhD in Public Administration and Policy from Rockefeller in 1999. Today, he holds the Louis A. Bantle Chair in Business and Government Policy and is a professor of public administration and international affairs at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.

"David is one of our brightest scholars in the field," said R. Karl Rethemeyer, associate dean and chair of Rockefeller's Department of Public Administration and Policy. "We are proud to count David among our most esteemed alumni." Click here to read a Q&A with David Van Slyke PhD '99


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Andrea Lomanto
Director, Alumni Relations
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Celebrating Outstanding Alumni
2014 Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy Alumni Dinner & Awards Ceremony

Friday, May 16, 6 - 9 p.m.
NYS Museum, Albany, NY
This year, at its annual Alumni Dinner and Awards Ceremony, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy will honor seven distinguished individuals for their outstanding contributions in the areas of political science, public administration, service to the College, leadership, and continuing professional development. Please join the Rockefeller College community in celebrating the great success of our alumni and friends.  RSVP by Friday, May 2. Click here for more information.

Leaders in Public Service Speaker Series
A Conversation with General Michael Hayden, Former Director of the CIA and NSA
Gen. Michael Hayden (L), Lawrence Korb PhD '69 (R)
Tuesday, April 29, 7 p.m. 
Performing Arts Center 
University at Albany 

The conversation will be moderated by Lawrence Korb, PhD '69, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress, followed by a question and answer period with the audience. Click here for more information. 

Folios for the Future
Alumni Send Graduates off with Support
MPA students
Rockefeller is seeking 25 alumni to participate in Folios for the Future. This project is a new annual, alumni-sponsored tradition that will equip each of our 250 graduates with some of the essential tools they will need as they enter the workforce.  

Through this initiative students will receive custom Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy folios containing important tips for success after graduation including:
  • A Rockefeller Alumni Resource Guide
  • Top 10 career tips for new Rockefeller alumni
  • A note, from you, to the student

A gift of $100 sponsors folios for 10 students and the Commencement Weekend Receptions for graduates. You will be invited to our commencement reception for graduate students on May 17 or our commencement reception for undergraduate students on May 18 to give our outgoing students their folios for the future. Please click here for more information on how to participate

 

Rockefeller Goes to Belgium
Rockefeller Students Travel to Belgium to Study Multilevel Governance and Take Part in Model EU
Students outside the EU Concilium
A group of 13 students from Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy at the University at Albany traveled to Brussels, Belgium for an intersession course on multilevel governance and to participate in the 2014 SUNY Model EU hosted by Belgium's Vesalius College, January 7-10. At the largest and oldest U.S. organized Model EU, they joined over 150 students from New York State, Iowa, Maryland, France, Germany, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Belgium, Macedonia, Ireland, the Congo, and the United Kingdom.

SUNY Model EU is an annual simulation of the European Union organized by the Institute for European Union Studies at SUNY (IEUSS), SUNY New Paltz, and the SUNY Office of Global Affairs. It provides a framework for a simulation of a European Council meeting to educate American students about the European Union while giving them an opportunity to interact with students from EU member and candidate states. Each student is assigned a role as a representative of a delegation (an EU country or the Commission), head of government, foreign minister, European commissioner, or member of the press corps. Students prepare for the simulation at their own universities with the help of faculty advisers. Throughout the course of the exercise, students discuss, debate, negotiate, and try to reach compromise on a number of proposals at issue. They do so by following actual EU procedures. Click here for the full story.
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