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Union among top schools for salary potential, study says
(July 27, 2009)
Union alumni have an average starting salary of $47,200 and a mid-career median salary of $97,100, according to the study, which used data from surveyed employees. More...
Christopher Hayen named director of Campus Safety
(July 22, 2009)
"Small and Mighty": Union invited to join national Hillel initiative
(June 30, 2009)
Union and other colleges form New York Six Consortium
(June 30, 2009)
Union and five other upstate liberal arts colleges will collaborate on academic and purchasing projects to benefit all campuses.
Union among schools with best graduation rates
(June 12, 2009)
Eighty-six percent of students graduate within six years, well above the national average of 55 percent. More...
Martin Perl awarded honorary degree at commencement
(June 8, 2009)
Perl won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1995 More...
Second group of Minerva Fellows prepare to travel the globe
(June 4, 2009)
The eight members of the Class of 2009 will spend 11 months paired with a social organization or community leaders to help the poor in developing countries. More...
Union to host second symposium on engineering and the liberal arts
(June 1, 2009)
Leaders from nearly two dozen top schools will share different models for integrating engineering, technology and the traditional liberal arts. Among the participants: Princeton, Dartmouth, Harvard, Smith, Lafayette and the U.S. Military Academy More...
Anthony Rapp, star of the acclaimed musical, "Rent," will speak Monday, April 20
(April 14, 2009)
Rapp, an advocate for AIDS, LGBT and poverty issues, will speak at 7 p.m. in the Nott Memorial. More...
Field of dreams: College and city to dedicate new baseball diamond
(April 7, 2009)