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    Going Green

    UAlbany and Rockefeller College are committed to preparing the future leaders in conservation and sustainability. Rockefeller’s Environmental Policy & Politics concentration provides graduates the foundation they need for careers in conservation, environmental planning, energy policy, and climate change.

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    Higher Ed Democrats

    Rockefeller graduate student Austin Ostro was selected to assess the positions of top presidential candidates for an international publication.

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    Rock Star: Jasmine A. Clemons, MPA ’16

    As the Tribal Transit Program Manager, Rockefeller alumna Jasmine Clemons administers the Federal Transit Administration's (FTA) national $35 million grant programs for public transit projects that meet the growing needs of rural tribal communities.

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    Student Spotlight: Janet Andrade

    MPA student Janet Andrade discusses her experience at Rockefeller and as an ARNOVA Graduate Diversity Scholars Scholarship Recipient.

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    Liz Benjamin to Serve as Rockefeller Recognition Ceremony Speaker

    Liz Benjamin, host of Capital Tonight, will serve as Rockefeller College’s keynote speaker at the Undergraduate Recognition Ceremony on Sunday, May 19th.

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    UAlbany’s Power Leaders

    President Havidán Rodríguez and Rockefeller College Dean R. Karl Rethemeyer have been recognized by a leading political journalism organization as two of the top 50 leaders in higher education.

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    Excellence Rewarded

    J. Ramon Gil-Garcia received the University at Albany’s President’s Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Activities. Dr. Gil-Garcia is an associate professor in the Department of Public Administration and Policy and the research director of the CTG UAlbany.

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    Student Scholars and Leaders

    SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson presented 210 SUNY students from across the state with the 2019 Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. UAlbany had nine honorees, including four exceptional scholars from Rockefeller College: Alondra Berroa, Nicholas Gonzalez, Teniola Olafuyi, and Subha Tasnim.

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    Teacher Turnover and the Disruption of Teacher Staffing

    Assistant Professor Lucy Sorenson co-authored an article for the Brookings Institution that highlights concerns related to the turnover of middle school teachers, including the financial costs on schools and districts and the effects on student achievement.

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    What Iran Foreign Minister’s Attempted Resignation Reveals About Today’s Iranian Politics

    Rockefeller doctoral student Nakissa Jahanbani’s opinion piece in The Globe Post explores what Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s attempted resignation indicates for Iranian domestic and international politics.

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    Rockefeller Rises In National Rankings

    Improving two places, Rockefeller College has once again been recognized among the nation’s top graduate programs for public affairs by U.S. News & World Report.

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    Future 'Change Agent'

    Michael Allain, an Honors College junior majoring in Public Administration and Policy, has been selected as a 2019 finalist for the highly competitive Harry S. Truman Scholarship.

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    Seven Unexpected Things that Libraries Offer Besides Books

    Mila Gascó-Hernández’s article published in The Conversation explains how libraries are offering new and innovative things that belie their historic image as silent places to read. Mila is a research associate professor at Rockefeller College and associate research director for CTG UAlbany.

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    Inclusive Institutions and Societies Conference

    On Friday, February 22nd, the Rockefeller College Graduate Association of Political Science (GAPS) and Students of Educational Administration for Change (SEAChange) presented the seventh annual Institutions and Societies Conference. The theme of the event focused on disability politics.

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    BAAD’s Terrorist Tracking Efforts Garner New Funding

    Terrorist organizations are constantly changing, and tracking their network affiliations is a complicated task. Dean R. Karl Rethemeyer and Political Science Professor Victor Asal have worked for more than a decade to compile and analyze how these “bad actors” operate and interact.

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    India and Pakistan Resort to the Diplomacy of Violence — And Flirt with Catastrophe

    Assistant Professor of Political Science Christopher Clary’s Washington Post article offers insight into the rising conflict between India and Pakistan post-Balakot.

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    UAlbany Continues Support of Puerto Rico Recovery Efforts

    Forty-five UAlbany students from diverse majors and seven faculty/staff, including Rockefeller College’s Director of Undergraduate Student Services Zakhar Berkovich, completed restoration projects for dozens of local residents in Puerto Rico over winter break.

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    Five Rockefeller Students Selected as Center for Law & Policy Solutions Research Interns

    Meet Rockefeller College's five undergraduate students interning with the Rockefeller Institute of Government Center for Law & Policy Solutions to conduct an in-depth study of prisoner education programs in New York State.

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