Through her daily e-mail, television program, Web site and personal appearances, Lisa Lillien, B.A.’87, a.k.a. “Hungry Girl,” serves up common-sense, entertaining nutrition tips, diet tricks and recipes to millions of fans. In this issue of UAlbany, several other alumni also bring memories of the University, career insights – and a few of their favorite dishes – to the table. Photo: Christa Renee
With strong support from the University at Albany community, Rukayatu "Ruky" Tijani, B.A. '11, triumphed over tragedy and is looking forward to a bright future. Read more.
For a quarter-century, foreign countries seeking to strengthen and develop their legislatures have relied upon the expertise of SUNY's Center for International Development (CID), a unique entity that partners State University campuses, UAlbany, Rockefeller College, other institutions and funding agencies to promote legislative and governmental success. Read more.
Great Danes defensive end Eddie Delaney, B.A. '11, who was born without a left hand and has diabetes, has tackled both challenges head on. Read more.