(October 5, 2006)
UAlbany Foundation Presents Citizen Laureate Awards
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R. Mark Sullivan, president of The College of Saint Rose; Richard C. Liebich, CEO of Cerbide Inc., Advanced Material Technology, Inc., and the Charitable Leadership Foundation as well as other charities; and Frank J. Thompson, faculty member and former dean of the University at Albany's Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, have received the 2006 University at Albany Foundation Citizen Laureate Awards.
This year's award winners are, from left: Frank J. Thompson, Richard C. Liebich, and R. Mark Sullivan. They are holding their Citizen Laureate bowls, which depict panoramic views of the various campuses and are engraved with eight different layers of etching and mounted on a black and silver base.
For more than twenty-six years, the Foundation's Citizen Laureate Awards have honored outstanding leaders in business and industry, government and academia, and are the highest honors bestowed by the University at Albany Foundation. Sullivan and Liebich received the Community Laureate Award, while Thompson received the Academic Laureate Award. The awards were presented at a black-tie dinner Sept. 21 at the Hall of Springs in Saratoga Springs.
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