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Proctors' CEO and Rockefeller Public Service Professor Philip Morris Delivers Commencement Keynote

Over 75 Rockefeller students were among the 1,000 graduates receiving degrees or certificates of graduate study during the University at Albany's Winter Commencement.​
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Professor Matthew Ingram to Participate in Wilson Center Panel on Central America

Rockefeller College Political Science Professor Matthew Ingram will be among the experts participating in a discussion about crime and violence in Central America at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, December 11.
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"Why Sanctions Busting Leads to Broken Sanctions Policies" – Bryan Early, CATO UNBOUND, 11/14/14

Strategic trade control expert Bryan Early registers an invited response to the question, "Do economic sanctions work?"
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Rockefeller's Miroff Among Scholars Paying Tribute to Pulitzer-Winning Professor

Political Science Professor and Collins Fellow Bruce Miroff, an authority on American politics and the presidency, was among a panel of distinguished scholars honoring the late Williams College historian and political scientist James MacGregor Burns.
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Taking on Terrorists

In this special report from WTEN-TV, homeland security and preparedness expert Rick Mathews, director of the National Center for Security & Preparedness at Rockefeller, discusses the NYS Preparedness Training Center in Oriskany, NY.
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"...companies starting to anchor brands on privacy." – Professor Brian Nussbaum, Bloomberg Business Week, 11/4/14

Rockefeller College Professors Victor Asal and Brian Nussbaum shared their insights on the connections between technology and terrorism.
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Sweeping reforms have potential to "reshape Mexico's criminal justice process, from police to prisons." - Professor Matthew Ingram, Nogales International, 10/28/14

Professor Matthew Ingram's research examines justice sector reforms, judicial behavior, and violence in Latin America.
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Professor Yvonne Harrison Awarded SUNY Technology Grant

Rockefeller nonprofit governance specialist Dr. Yvonne Harrison has been awarded a SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant for a project that will use and expand a massive open online course (MOOC).
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Shawn Bushway Named ASC 2014 Distinguished Scholar

Dr. Shawn Bushway, a leader in the field of criminology, will be honored at the American Society of Criminology's Annual Conference in San Francisco.
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Putin Plays Chicken with U.S. Farmers, and Russians Lose -- CNBC.com, 9/2/14

Professor Bryan Early was interviewed by CNBC.com on the impact of Vladimir Putin's ban on imports of U.S. poultry. In the article, Early, an expert on economic sanctions and strategic trade controls, explains how businesses adjust to such sanctions.
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Exploding National Demand in Compliance Field Finds Prime Candidates Among UAlbany Students Studying Financial Market Regulation

Students and alumni of the Interdisciplinary Studies concentration in Financial Market Regulation (FMR) are well poised to reap the benefits from the growing, intense competition for qualified compliance officers.
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Rockefeller BA/MPA Student Karan Verma Brings H2O Zone to Campus

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.
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"Judiciary upstate sorely lacks women" – CWGCS in Times Union, 8/26/14

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.
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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.
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Open SUNY Textbooks to Release New Work by Rockefeller Assistant Professor Yvonne D. Harrison

A book by nonprofit governance specialist Yvonne D. Harrison of Rockefeller College is among the titles forthcoming from Open SUNY Textbooks in 2015.
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Tuckahoe's First Village Administrator Hits The Ground Running — Eastchester Daily Voice

Rockefeller College alumnus David Burke, MPA '05 makes history as he becomes Tuckahoe, NY's first-ever village administrator. Previously Burke served eight years as the Rye Brook, NY assistant village administrator.
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From Scarsdale to the Finger Lakes… Rockefeller Local Government Specialist Tackles New Challenges

Rockefeller alumnus John Goodwin, BA '08, MPA '09 will be leaving his position as Scarsdale assistant village manager to take a new job in the Finger Lakes Region as the assistant city manager in Canandaigua, New York.
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"The Gulf of Tonkin and Lessons for the Global War on Terror" from Lawrence J. Korb — Defense One, 8/6/14

Rockefeller College alumnus Dr. Larry Korb, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower, Reserve Affairs, Installations and Logistics, offers a timely and insightful commentary.
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