Campus Update
March 2007

UAlbany Welcomes Ukrainian Delegation
On Tuesday, leading higher education officials from the Ukraine visited the University at Albany on a tour that included the Cancer Research Center, the Ion Beam Lab, the Science Library, and the University Art Museum. More >>

Arts and Mathematics Conference Celebrates 15th Anniversary at Science Library March 30
The University at Albany celebrates the 15th anniversary of the Art and Mathematics Conference (AM) with a reception and presentations on the first floor of the Science Library on Friday, March 30, from 1 to 4 p.m. More >>

Spotlight on Campus Reading Project
University at Albany students, faculty, and staff are focusing on global warming as they read and discuss Field Notes from a Catastrophe, by Elizabeth Kolbert, for the Campus Reading Project. More >>

Tina Badi Marks 50 Years of UAlbany Service
Tina Badi drives to work at the University at Albany five days a week so she can help staff the Indian Quad dining hall. That's not all that unusual until you consider that Mrs. Badi, a Chartwell's employee, is 90 years old.  On March 17, 2007, she celebrates her 50th anniversary of working at UAlbany. More >>

University Fetes Freshman 4.0s
Focus and organization are not always habits that bright young students bring with them into their freshman years in college. These qualities, however, undoubtedly aided 50 such freshmen this fall as they achieved perfect 4.0 grade-point averages. More >>

School of Public Health Undergoes Self-Study for Re-Accreditation
The University at Albany's School of Public Health, a partnership between the University and the New York State Department of Health, in affiliation with Albany Medical College and Bassett Healthcare, is undergoing a self-study for re-accreditation by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). More >>

Kim Named a National Woodrow Wilson Fellow
Minjeong Kim, 32, a doctoral candidate in sociology at the University at Albany, has been selected as one of seven 2007 Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellows in Women's Studies nationwide. More >>

UAlbany Increases Energy Efficiency of Original Boiler
The University at Albany is increasing the efficient delivery of heat and hot water to classrooms, offices, and residence halls, thanks to a project just completed with the New York Power Authority (NYPA). More >>
Faculty/Staff >>
  • Riker Named Guest Curator at Chesterwood
  • "Mr. President" and UAlbany Art Museum Receive National Attention
  • Gellis Wins International Award
  • School of Ed Wins Technology Grant
  • Wagner Speaks at Higher Education Forum
  • Herzig Offers Workshop at AIM
  • Vellutino Selected
  • Improving Educational Pathways
  • Gluck Shares Electronic Music


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