Alumni News & Notes


Clarence Eckerson’s work was featured during the Streetfilms Mini-Festival, which is focused on urban planning, cycling and transit, at the Madison Theater in Albany. Clarence’s short films show how smart transportation design and policy can result in better places to live, work and play.

Alumni in the DC area

Alumni living in the Metro D.C. area gathered for a summer night at Nationals Park.


Stephanie M. Cerasano

Stephanie M.

Latonia Spencer received the 2015 Excellence in Professional Service Award from the University at Albany.

Stephanie M. Cerasano has been named litigation manager of Jackson Lewis P.C., Phoenix. Michael Hickey was elected interim president and CEO of The Center for Economic Growth by the CEG Board of Directors. David Bentley was promoted to the rank of captain with the Fairfax County [Va.] Fire & Rescue Department. He is also the officer in charge of Engine 401, which is the first fire engine due to the George Bush CIA compound in Langley, Va.

John M. Bagyi

John M. Bagyi


John M. Bagyi of Bond Schoeneck & King was listed as one of the nation’s “Most Powerful Employment Attorneys” in Human Resource Executive® for the second consecutive year.


Nini Hadjis

Nini Hadjis

Nini Hadjis recently screened her film “Old Fashioned” at the Palace Theater in Albany, N.Y.


Deborah Lines Anderson received the 2015 University at Albany Excellence in Teaching Award. Peter Morea was promoted to general counsel, North America, for Scheidt & Bachmann. Based in the Boston area, he is responsible for covering the U.S. and Canadian subsidiaries; he also supports the parent company in Germany.

Matthew Anderson has been named chief operating officer of The Osborn, located in Rye, N.Y. Matthew previously served as the organization’s senior vice president of Healthcare Services.

GOL Night at the Mets

2005-2015 graduates enjoy baseball at Citi Field during GOLD Night at the Mets.