As the institution's mission expanded to include doctoral programs, its name was changed to the State University of New York at Albany. Above: Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller (in the dark suit) looks over a model of the planned campus with Albany Mayor Erastus Corning. Below: Governor Rockefeller throws a shovelful of dirt to mark the ground-breaking for the new campus in 1962. Left to right: Lt. Gov. Malcolm Wilson; Gov. Rockefeller; SUNY President Thomas Hamilton; President Collins. (Photo by Times Union staff photographer Wilder.)