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    Acclaimed Research Centers and Institutes

    New App Aids Police

    Police officers in New York State who are trained as Drug Recognition Experts can now enter their observations and assessments of persons suspected of drugged driving on tablet computers, thanks to an application developed at Rockefeller College’s Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research.

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    OUTSTANDING ALUMNI

    Rockefeller Honors Outstanding Alumni

    Rockefeller College's 2016 Alumni Awards, given for achievements in the areas of political science, public administration and public service, will be presented on Friday, May 13 at the New York State Museum.

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    A HUB FOR NEW IDEAS

    $10 Million NIH Endowment Focuses on Health Disparities Research, Education

    The University at Albany has announced, that with the support of a $10 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) endowment grant, it will launch a major public engagement initiative to address the future of minority health disparities in the Northeastern United States.

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    The Student Experience

    Fostering Exploration and Creative Excellence

    The breadth and depth of undergraduate research at UAlbany will be on display for the 13th year at the annual Undergraduate Research Conference this Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. in the Lecture Center Concourse

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    The Student Experience

    Destination Education: Bienvenido a España

    Rockefeller students travel to Madrid to study urban politics with a focus on social movements and Latin American migration.

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    CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS

    Carrying Forth a Legacy of Service and Citizenship

    The Governor Mario M. Cuomo Scholarship for Public Policy was recently created and initiated by Madeline Cuomo O’Donoghue, JD (BA ’86), Michael Corso (BA ’83, MA ’84), and Rockefeller College Advisory Board Co-chair Jennifer A. Manner, JD (BA ’86).

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    The Student Experience

    A Comparativist in the Making

    In 2015, Rockefeller PhD student Yeufen Hsieh traveled to Israel to conduct research on comparative aspects of the Israeli immigration policy debate surrounding foreign workers and refugees.

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    Prepare to Make a Difference

    A Promising Future in Combatting Terrorism Displayed Through a Commitment to Campus Leadership

    Rockefeller College undergraduate Matthew Leger of Fitchburg, Massachusetts was recently named a recipient of the 2016 Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence.

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    Outstanding Alumni

    University Recognizes Rockefeller Alumni for Excellence

    Theresa Pardo '82, '90, 98, director of the Center for Technology in Government, has been named this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award Winner.

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