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?”
What are you going to do with that Major?
If you are thinking about a major in the Humanities (English, Philosophy, History, Art, Music, Theatre, the Classics, Languages etc.), we have two workshops planned with you in mind! Mondays, February 27 and March 8, at 6:30pm in Humanities Room 354
What do you need in order to graduate?
Registration Season is about to begin! Are you ready? Does DARS mean anything to you? Come and review your degree audit with our Peer Advisors. Wednesday, March 1 at 6:30pm in the Advisement Services Center, located next to the staircase in front of the Main Library.
Albany Law School cordially invites University at Albany students
to Our Open House. Registration is Required.
Friday, February 24, 2017
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Albany Law School
80 New Scotland Ave.
- Welcome from current students, UAlbany Alums, and remarks from Dean Ouellette
- Pathways to the Profession
- Mock Class
- Student & Faculty Panel
- Financial Aid
- Admissions Workshops
- Reception & Closing Remarks with Faculty and Alumni
Take an optional tour of campus at the beginning or end of the event
This workshop will, not only inspire you about your future in the Humanities, it will help you to plan for your next steps in life. We hope to see you there! Continue reading “Majoring in the Humanities?”
You are invited to come to a workshop designed to give you the tools to make decisions about your academic path and your career. If you are undecided about your major and you need some help, we hope to see you soon! Continue reading “Are you Undecided? You are not alone.”
UAlbany and Albany Law School are collaborating to host the Theodore Jones Moot Court Competition in April 2017. Moot court involves studying a hypothetical problem and associated judicial decisions, crafting arguments in support of the positions advocated by the parties in the hypothetical case, and then delivering oral arguments to judges – much like the arguments presented in the U.S. Supreme Court. To prepare students for this experience, Professor James Acker of the School of Criminal Justice will offer a 3 – credit class during the Spring semester. Enrollment will be limited.
If you are interested in learning more, and perhaps participating in the moot court tournament and class, please attend an interest meeting that will take place Wednesday, December 7th at 4:30pm in the new Business Building 137. Professor Acker will provide further details and answer questions. We hope to see you there. If you cannot attend the meeting but would like further information, please contact Professor Acker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New York City Pre-Law Reception
Thursday, January 19, 2017
5:00-8:00 p.m. Hosted by Dylan Mitchell ’92 at Blank Rome, LLP,
The Chrysler Building
405 Lexington Ave., New York, NY
- Meet distinguish Rockefeller College and UAlbany alumni who are practicing attorneys in a variety of fields
- Learn about the paths alumni took from undergraduate studies through law school to current positions
- Get advice and ask questions about their successful careers
Refreshments will be provided
For more information contact Zakhar Berkovich at email@example.com
RSVP Required at: http://www.albany.edu/rockefeller/rsvp_nyc.shtml
Event is generously sponsored by Dylan Mitchell ’92 at Blank Rome, LLP and
UAlbany’s Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy.
Let us envision our future and make plans with as many art tools as we can muster up! Finals will be right around the corner and the semester will be over. Let’s get together to get it together.
Ashley Whiteside is a Junior at the University at Albany. She is majoring in Social Welfare and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; and is minoring in Education and Africana Studies. Ashley is a member of the Department of Residential Life and loves being a Great Dane. Her theme for this year is “Through the Looking Glass”.
“As you get further along in college it is easy to become less motivated and unfocused. My theme is meant to help all students keep on, keeping on.”
We hope to see you there!