As you are finalizing your schedules, have you considered earning credit with applied learning experiences? At UAlbany, this list is ever growing. Here are just a few for you to ponder?
During the next few weeks, we are going to address some frequently asked registration questions. If you have a general registration question and you think other UAlbany students would benefit from the answer, please leave it in the comments and we will address it in a post. Continue reading “Why Can’t I Get into a Class that is Open?”
Did you know that several departments offer semester-specific course descriptions?
Some professors give you insight into the type of readings you will examine, how your performance will be evaluated, and their goals for the courses they are teaching. This can be especially useful for courses like Rewriting America and Selected Topics in Political Science where the topics vary. Don’t you want to know more about the classes you are selecting? For a link to the course descriptions in our catalog, click here. Click on the links below to access the semester-specific descriptions.
History, Judaic Studies, Documentary Studies, Religious Studies
Music Lessons and Ensembles
Not quite semester specific, but useful nonetheless!
Political Science & Public Administration:
Summer 2017 Political Science & Public Administration Course Descriptions
Fall 2017 Political Science
Fall 2017 Public Administration
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Jason Cotugno, from the School of Business; Claudio Gomez from the Education Opportunity Program; and Rachel Moody, from the Advisement Services Center, were awarded the inaugural, Provost’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Academic Advising on Friday, April 21, 2017. They were each recognized by their directors, followed by their nominators, and then we had the honor of hearing from Jason, Claudio, and Rachel about what academic advising means to them. What a powerful afternoon! Click here to read more about these awardees.
To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity. – Douglas Adams
This week I noticed a theme in conversations that surrounded me. The topic of vulnerability came up not only as the subject of a classroom discussion, but also within the confines of a conversation I was having with a friend. While we both agreed and discussed how scary it can be to take that chance to open up to someone in that way, I surprised myself by also adding something else:
“I also think, it’s kind of empowering,” I texted hesitatingly, and ironically for the same fear we were just previously discussing.
I wasn’t sure how I would explain myself, and re- recording probably 5 different voice memos (don’t you love modern technology), I finally got something right. To quote it exactly, this is what I said:
“Being vulnerable is terrifying…but at the same time I feel as if I have surrounded myself with people in college who weren’t as afraid of it as I was. So being able to be vulnerable with someone now feels more of a testament to myself, than a testament to whether or not I can trust that person…” Continue reading “Vulnerability”
This Wednesday, we will have a representative from Florida Coastal School of Law, Meghan Schade, on hand to speak to our students.
Walk-in meetings in the Advisement Services Center
- Discuss the law school application process
- Meghan Schade will also be reviewing resumes
Wednesday 4:30pm-5:30pm in BB209
- Workshop on Writing Personal Statements.
This is NOT a blog post about time management tips. Billy Lang wrote this in March 2016, when he “Studied Abroad” in NYC! He was offered an internship at a marketing firm and it taught him lessons for a lifetime.
The daily grind is always fun. It can be tiring and exhausting, but at the end of the week, it is always worth it. The weekends can never come fast enough and are usually too short, but that is how it has always been. Everyone from students to employee’s wish the weekend was longer – that will never change. The experience that I am gaining now is showing me the reality of the world we live in; rarely is there enough time to do what you want to do because we are always focused on doing what we need to do. Continue reading “Time is Value”
The rainbow flag is a symbol of hope, pride, and solidarity for the LGBTQ+ community. The designer of the rainbow flag, Gilbert Baker, recently passed. He was a very important member of the gay community, leading as an active member of the San Francisco Gay Rights Movement in the 1970s. He was also an artist, an army veteran, and an avid drag performer. Continue reading “Somewhere over the Rainbow”
Many students have circumstances, outside of their control that interfere with their ability to succeed in college. If this is your situation, right now, please know that there are systems in place to assist you. In some cases, students may be eligible for late withdrawals or special accommodation or through Undergraduate Education or the Disability Resource Center. If you are not sure what to do or where to turn, please contact any of the persons/offices listed below and they will connect you or provide you with the support you need:
Sally A. D’Alessandro
Director of Student CARE Services
Campus Center 361
Coordinator, Advising PLUS
Social Science 308
Your RA or RD
Your Advisor or the Advisor-on-Duty in the Advisement Services Center
The Advisement Services Center is located next to the staircase in front of the Main Library. The Advisor-on-duty is available M-F, 1pm-5pm.
Counseling and Psychological Services
400 Patroon Creek Blvd., Suite 104
Accessible via the UAlbany Shuttle
ON CAMPUS COUNSELING – Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to informal and confidential conversations with CAPS staff at various sites on campus. No appointments are necessary. It can help provide insight, support, solutions, and information about other resources. Let’s Talk is available when classes are in session. When Let’s Talk is not available, you can call us at (518) 442-5800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mondays 1pm-3pm Science Library in Career and Professional Development
- Tuesdays 11am-1pm Department of Athletics, SEFCU Arena, Arena Level A35
- Wednesdays 3pm-5pm Office of Access & Academic Enrichment, (EOP, CSTEP, Project Excel), LI 94
- Click here for more information.
The Advocacy Center for Sexual Violence
Indian Quad, Seneca Hall Basement, Suite 009
(518) 442-CARE (2273)
The Advocacy Center for Sexual Violence provides a safe and welcoming environment for students to receive support and advocacy services in the aftermath of sexual violence including, but not limited to, sexual assault, intimate partner violence and/or stalking.
Disability Resource Center
Business Administration 120
The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
Campus Center 329