PREPARE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
National Demand in Compliance Finds Prime Candidates Among UA Students Studying Financial Market Regulation
Students and alumni of the Interdisciplinary Studies concentration in Financial Market Regulation are well poised to reap the benefits from the growing, intense competition for qualified compliance officers.
In our Alumni Q&A, Rockefeller alumnus David Nero, MPA '93, CIO at Perkins School for the Blind in Massachusetts and former deputy CIO for the city of Boston, advises students to never underestimate the value of strong communication skills.
This fall, a new H2O Zone located in the Campus Center is providing free filtered and seltzer water to all. The complimentary hydration station is a result of the efforts of Karan Verma, a BA/MPA, who has made curbing the number of water bottles consumed at UAlbany a priority.
PROVIDING A FORUM FOR CRITICAL ISSUES
In a recent letter to the editor published in the Times Union, Center for Women in Government & Civil Society Board President Anne Saile calls for balanced representation on the bench.
Obama's Strategic Restraint: Doing "Smart Stuff" from Lawrence J. Korb, PhD '69 – The National Interest, 8/25/14
Rockefeller alumnus Dr. Larry Korb, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, argues that in looking at each situation and making a cost-benefit analysis before acting, President Obama avoids costly mistakes.
Nationally Recognized Faculty Experts
A book by nonprofit governance specialist Yvonne D. Harrison of Rockefeller College is among the titles forthcoming from Open SUNY Textbooks in 2015.