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Class of 2014 set to begin their college journey
(August 30, 2010)
The members of the class were selected from among 4,945 applications, the second largest in Union's history. This includes 44 percent who were accepted through early decision, when a record number of students made Union their first choice. More...
''Meditations on Empire'' opens July 15 in the Mandeville Gallery
(July 6, 2010)
The exhibit, by artist and Capital Region native Dan Mills, runs through Sept. 26. More...
College again hosts conference on integrating engineering and the liberal arts
(May 28, 2010)
Leaders from nearly two dozen top schools will share different models for integrating engineering, technology and the traditional liberal arts at an annual symposium June 4 and 5. More...
Frank Wicks receives merit award from local engineering association
(May 27, 2010)
Wicks named the winner of the 2010 Meritorious Service Award by the Capital District chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers. More...
Noted researcher Mildred Dresselhaus to receive honorary degree at Commencement
(May 20, 2010)
One of the country's top experts in physics and a leading advocate for women in science and engineering, Dresselhaus will be awarded an honorary doctorate of science at Union's 216th commencement.
Air Force One flight steward who served five presidents to touch down at Union
(May 18, 2010)
Howie Franklin worked for presidents Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush and Clinton. He spent 24 years at Andrews Air Force Base, the last 18 of which he spent aboard Air Force One serving as flight steward. More...
Union to host major conference on bioethics and the disabled
(May 17, 2010)
"Disability and Ethics Through the Life Cycle: Cases, Controversies and Finding Common Ground"
will offer bioethicists, disability-rights advocates, disability scholars, biomedical researchers and others the opportunity to discuss disability-related issues as they arise through all stages of life.
Bowdoin professor to discuss Dominican-U.S. policies on Jewish refugees
(May 14, 2010)
Allen Wells, the Roger Howell Jr. Professor of History at Bowdoin College, will be here Tuesday, May 18. More...
Think you understand professor's new book? Think again.
(May 12, 2010)
Assistant Psychology Professor Christopher Chabris is the co-author of "The Invisible Gorilla, And Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us." More...
Schenectady Chamber honors Union for community service
(April 26, 2010)
The awards will be presented on Thursday, April 29, during a luncheon at River Stone Manor in Glenville. More...