News, Announcements & Events
- May 20
Union students awarded funding for community service internships
Five students have received funding for summer internships with non-profit organizations.
- May 15
Union to host annual symposium on liberal arts and engineering
In 1845, Union became the first liberal arts college to offer engineering
- May 9
Prize Day winners 2015
Students were honored for achievement in academics, research, service and governance
- May 7
Union elects new PBK members
Election to membership is one of the highest distinctions given for academic achievement.
- May 1
Union professor part of team to observe quantum-mechanical monopoles
The discovery gives scientists further insight into the elusive monopole magnet, an elementary particle that researchers believe exists but has not yet been seen in nature
- April 30
Student photographers recognized
Five photography students have had work selected for a student exhibit at the Photo Center of the Capital District in Troy.
- April 27
Union students present at national research conference
Nine Union students recently participated in the 29th annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research at Eastern Washington University.
- April 23
Sean Farrell ’17 selected as a University Innovation Fellow
Program empowers student leaders to increase campus engagement with entrepreneurship, innovation, creativity, design thinking and venture creation
- April 16
Three students named Goldwater Scholars
Ryan M. Bouck '16, Michael Warrener ’16 and Theodor Di Pauli von Treuheim ’16 are among 260 sophomores and juniors selected for academic merit from among 1,206 students nominated
- April 9
Adirondack Week to feature duo in multimedia concert
The Woodswoman Project: A tribute to Anne LaBastille honors late environmentalist, author and feminist icon
- April 8
Two students win Davis Projects for Peace awards
Tshering Lama Sherpa '18 and Dima Yankova '16 are latest Union students to be awarded the grants
- March 18
Two students named Watson Fellows
Seniors Karlee Bergendorff and Warren Thompson were among the 50 students selected as fellows from more than 700 candidates nominated by private liberal arts colleges and universities in the United States.