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    UAlbany Students Give Back to Community While Studying in D.C.

    For almost 20 years, University at Albany undergraduates aspiring to careers in government and the public and nonprofit sectors have traveled to Washington, D.C. to spend the spring semester studying and working in the nation’s capital.

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    Center for International Development Appoints New Director

    Gina Volynsky, a 25-five-year veteran in the field of international development, has joined the University as the new director of the Center for International Development, part of the University’s Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy.

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    CWGCS To Host Reception for 2016 Fellows

    Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Assistant Secretary for Human Services Nora Yates will deliver the keynote address as the Center for Women in Government & Civil Society welcomes its 2016 Fellows on Women & Public Policy, Thursday, February 18, 6:30 -9 p.m. at Rockefeller College.

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    Rockefeller College Professor Lends International Students a Warm Welcome

    As the University continues its efforts to attract greater numbers of international students, one professor at Rockefeller College – Ik Jae Chung – can provide perspective on his approach to international recruitment. Chung has been enlisting executives and civil servants from Korea to the College’s MPA program for more than 15 years.

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    Decision 2016: Separating Reality from Rhetoric

    Fox News contributor Christopher Hahn, BA ’94 and veteran White House and Congressional senior advisor Ron Christie will go head-to-head over 2016's presidential front-runners, phenoms and forgettables. Noted political analyst and strategist Michael Tobman, BA ’95 will moderate this spirited and enlightening discussion.

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    ADDRESSING COMPLEX SOCIETAL CHALLENGES

    UAlbany and Albany Law Researchers to Tackle Law, Urban Blight, Politics, and Race and Gender Relations

    The University at Albany and Albany Law School have announced the recipients of a collaborative venture fund designed to enable faculty from the two organizations to pursue joint research opportunities.

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    UAlbany / Rockefeller Alumna Muscles Her Way to Jeopardy! Champion

    Amelia Hershberger of Albany, New York, a 2004 UAlbany/Rockefeller College political science graduate, takes on the competition and finds success on Jeopardy!

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    Rockefeller College Hosts NASPAA Career Professionals Conference

    More than 50 career services professionals from 18 states and the District of Columbia attended NASPAA’s 2015 Career Professionals Conference hosted by the University at Albany’s Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy, December 10-11.

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