University at Albany graduates are highly respected for their professional expertise, their civic awareness and their commitment to making the world a better place. In this issue, we highlight some alumnae whose accomplishments inspire and epitomize the true spirit of UAlbany.
They’re well educated. They’re original. They’re young. And they’re all University at Albany alumni and students! In this issue, we proudly present UAlbany magazine’s version of “Thirty Under 30,” a salute to some younger alumni – and future alumni – who have already accomplished great things.
Entrepreneurship isn't for the faint of heart. Starting a business takes ambition, hard work, sacrafice - and sometime, a willingness to accept failure and redirect one's goals. In this issue of UAlbany, alumni business owners explain how they came to embrace their inner entrepreneurs.
UAlbany President Robert J. Jones joins four other college and university presidents and a school district superintendent - all UAlbany alumni - to discuss the importance of higher education.
From his roots as the son of Georgia sharecroppers to academe and the world stage, Robert J. Jones, Ph.D., has journeyed a long and inspiring road to his current rolse as the University at Albany's 19th president.
In this issue, UAlbany "examines" the careers of orthodontist Neil Capolongo, D.D.S., B.S.'85, and other alumni in the healthcare professions.
The Spring 2012 collection - of UAlbany alumni in the world of fashion, that is! - includes a veritable galaxy of superstar stylists, designers, retailers and other luminaries.
Alumni chefs, television hosts, cookbook authors, restauranteurs and other food-industry professionals share their fascinating success stories - and a few of their favorite recipes!
Freelance photographer Teru Kuwayama, B.A.'93, whose award-winning pictures document history in the making in Afghanistan, Iraq and other international hot spots, sees himself as "more of an activist" than a journalist.
As historians, biographers, novelists, humorists and creators of children's literature, UAlbany's alumni authors have the "write" stuff.
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UAlbany's School of Public Health observes the 25th anniversary of its founding by continuing to prepare students to address health challenges in New York - and throughout the world.
George M. Philip, B.A. '69, M.A. '73, has been strongly committed to UAlbany - and to public higher education - for more than 40 years. As the University's recently appointed 18th president, he'll continue to advocate for both.
Alumni, students and faculty share UAlbany's commitment to service by doing good works for their neighbors in the Capital Region, throughout New York State and around the world.
Through innovative academic and research programs, UAlbany brings the world to your doorstep.
This issue, we're starstruck as we spotlight UAlbany alumni in the entertainment business, including Carolee Carmello, B.S. '83, of Mama Mia! fame.
Fall 2007: Real Life 101
Spring 2007: Second Chance at the Dance
Fall 2006: Vital Volunteers
Spring 2006: Keeping the Senior Years Golden
Fall 2005: The Accidental Ethicist
Spring 2005: Meet Kermit L. Hall
January 2005: Pointing to a New Era
Fall 2004: Information Power
Spring 2004: Crime Stories
January 2004: Classrooms that Make the Grade
Fall 2003: UAlbany Murals: Heroic Moments in Our History
Spring 2003: Bold. Vision.
January 2003: Boor Sculpture Studio
Fall 2002: Making Every Minute Count
Spring 2002: Forensic Molecular Biology
January 2002: Life Sciences at UAlbany
Fall 2001: The Downtown Campus