Global Distinction Demos:
Follow your Major towards Global Competence
Undergraduate students, pursuing any Major, come learn how you can make the most of your University at Albany degree, graduate globally competent and on time! Let us guide you through your unique combination of
- Interdisciplinary globally focused coursework,
- 2 years of foreign language study, and
- International immersion (a study abroad semester and an 8-10 week internship or research placement abroad), so that you enter today’s dynamic multicultural workplaces with Global Distinction.
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The Bean (Campus Center Expansion, downstairs)
Board Room (Campus Center Expansion, upstairs)
The Bean (Campus Center Expansion, downstairs)
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Click here to check out the Global Distinction Flyer.
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, Documentary Studies, Judaic Studies, and Religious Studies
Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Music Lessons and Ensembles
Political Science (POS) & Public Administration and Policy (PAD)
If you listen to any successful person talk about how they got to where they are, a lot of times, the word focus will be mentioned at some point. Everyone wants to be successful, but many of us lack focus. Although we live in this multitasking age, multitasking just does not work. And I am not just talking about daily tasks. I am talking about greater focus in life. Look back and be honest with yourself. Do you consider yourself to be a focused person? I personally do not consider myself to be a focused person. I constantly have to remind myself, “Heather, be focused.” We are constantly getting distracted from what we need to be focused on. Whether we are distracted by our phones, other people, worried thoughts or, you fill in the blank. Continue reading “The Power of Focus”
Working for my family’s business was my first real job. It was flexible and an opportunity for me to get some work experience, develop my communication skills, and it was an opportunity for me to learn the basic foundations of working in the world of retail. New Visions forced me to adapt in ways that were unfamiliar to me. It forced me to throw myself into chaotic environments and allowed me to explore a field I thought I wanted to be part of. Continue reading “Soaked: Breakdown to Breakthrough Part I”
We all have the one subject or activity we hate doing in school. For some it may be math or science. For others, it may be physical education. For me, it was writing. Continue reading “Writing Resolutions”
Have you been to the Advising PLUS page? They offer much more than what is listed on here. Check them out: albany.edu/advisingplus | firstname.lastname@example.org
Two Locations: The State Quad Success Center & the 2nd Floor of the Science Library
What is Offered?
Help with Study Skills and Time Management
Honors College Strategies for Success
Study Clusters for: BIO 130, 131, 212, 217
- Anthropology (Intro to Human Evolution and Cultural Anthropology)
- Chemistry (General Chemistry I and Organic Chemistry)
- Computer Science and Computer Engineering
- Criminal Justice
- EHC Courses
- Financial Accounting
- Globalization Studies
- Information for the 21st Century
- Political Science & Public Policy
- Sociology (Intro to Sociology & Sociology of Gender)
What do our recent grads have to say about their time at UAlbany?
What would they tell their freshmen selves?
Check it out!
This post will be updated weekly!
If there is a departmental announcement that you would like us to share,
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Welcome New and Continuing Danes!
We begin this last week of orientation season with a solar eclipse! How fitting that this wonder is taking place during the week that you are about to embark on, or continue on, a path that will alter your lives, and likely the lives of many others. In you, lies great hope and wonder. We, in the Advisement Services Center, are here to help you form your goals and to help you to reach them. We are here to push you, should you begin to lose momentum, to encourage you, when you think that you cannot go on, and to cheer for you when you have successes. Comments are encouraged and appreciated.
Click on the picture above to go to NASA’s Total Eclipse site.
Are you ready? Here we go!
Here are some announcements about making appointments with an advisor in our office:
Our last round of Summer Orientations takes place this week and we are looking forward to meeting with our New Danes. If you have a question for your academic advisor, please e-mail them. They will be wrapped up in orientation and may not be able to meet with you in-person, until the first week of classes.
The First Week of Classes through September 5:
During the first week of classes through Tuesday September 5, every advisor in the Advisement Services Center meets with students on a first-come, first-served basis. We will be open M-F, 8:30 am – 5 pm. If you need assistance just come in! If your advisor is in our office, make sure to select “Walk-in for My Advisor” at the kiosk, and you will be put on the list to see your advisor. If you have a general question and/or your advisor in not in our office, you select “Meet with ANY advisor” at the kiosk. Our Peer Advisors will also be available to assist you. Continue reading “Welcome #UAlbany Danes – Fall 2017”
MyStory Mondays is a weekly digest of our latest posts.
We are all done for the semester, but we are going to go back in time and share some posts that, we hope, will be useful to our new Danes!
New Danes – Make sure to complete your course request form and register for Orientation at www.albany.edu/welcome.
This week’s installment of MyStory Mondays focuses on identity. As you gain more knowledge about the world and become exposed to information that will help shape your future, you are also developing – shape-shifting in amazing ways. This is a time to decide who you are and who you want to be. Several students have shared what this growth was like for them. Check it out!
Find out more about our students and how college has impacted their personal growth my clicking on the pictures below.
The following two stories were posted by UAlbany Student Affairs on their Facebook Page. Click on the photos for more and like their page!
“I am a first generation college student. I attribute my success to myself, but mostly to my mother. She was a single mother who raised me and my brother and I watched her break her back to make sure we had everything we needed to get through life…
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“The Honors College is fun. It fits me. I’ve come to appreciate the community of like-minded people. There’s this perception that school only teaches you what you need to know to work in the real world. People don’t look enough at how schools shape people as human beings…
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