Rockefeller College Assistant Professor Jennifer Dodge recently was named a recipient of the American Political Science Association’s Paul A. Volcker Junior Scholar Research Grant Award for her work related to the impact of hydrofracking on public policy.
Acclaimed Research Centers and Institutes
UAlbany’s Center for International Development Relocates to Albany Law School’s Campus, Further Advancing Affiliation
The University at Albany and Albany Law School recently announced that UAlbany's Center for International Development relocated onto the Law School's campus.
Rockefeller Alumnus Dr. Russell Hassan Receives Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor at Ohio State
Dr. Russell S. Hassan, a 2010 graduate of Rockefeller College, recently was promoted to associate professor with tenure at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs.
Dr. David Van Slyke, a 1999 graduate of Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy at UAlbany, will become the next Dean of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University effective July 1, 2016.
PREPARE TO LEAD
Marc Cohen, a rising MPA student at UAlbany, was recently installed as a Trustee of the State University of New York. Cohen was elected in April by his peers across the SUNY system to serve as president of the SUNY Student Assembly.
NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED EXPERTS
In a recent commentary, Brian Nussbaum and Victor Asal share their views on why surveillance and policing of particular religious communities is a counterproductive response to terrorism.
Alumni support enriches the experience of twenty-five UAlbany students who recently completed Rockefeller College’s Semester in Washington program.
A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY
Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy has announced the launch of its new Master of International Affairs program, designed to prepare students for careers in the public, private and non-profit sectors within countries as well as in relations between them.
providing a forum for critical ideas
On Thursday, June 9, Rockefeller College will welcome Dr. Barry Wellman to deliver a special guest lecture entitled The New Social Operating System: The Impact of Networked On Community, Work, and Policy. The event will take place from 10:00-11:00 am in Milne Hall, room 215.