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Environmental Studies 1999 seminars
(February 4, 1999)
The following is a schedule of Environmental Studies talks presented over the next few months at Union College. All talks are free and open to the public. See each listing for location and other information. More...
Postcards of Old Union give glimpse of past
(January 22, 1999)
Schenectady, N.Y. (Jan. 22, 1999) At the start of this century, before even the telephone, people sent postcards like we send e-mail today. "I'll see you on Saturday," was a typical message.
Core sample is natural archive of ancient El Niņo, Union geologist reports in Science
(January 18, 1999)
Schenectady, N.Y. (Jan. 18, 1999) Some mud stashed away in the back of a refrigerator at Union College may begin to answer to a number of questions scientists are asking about El Niņo.
Union exhibits explore American slave experience
(January 14, 1999)
A dual exhibit opening Jan. 14 in the Nott Memorial explores the American slave experience More...
Lakes and Environmental Change
(January 10, 1999)
Union College's Environmental Studies Program presents, A winter seminar series of seven free public lectures:
Union College community revitalization program off to an impressive start
(January 8, 1999)
Less than two months after Union College announced the Union-Schenectady (US) Initiative, a broad-based community-revitalization program, College employees have come forward to take advantage of the program's home-ownership incentives. More...
Photo exhibit at Union College explores beauty of overlooked streets and sidewalks
(January 7, 1999)
An exhibit of color photography by James E. Schuck at Union College's Social Science Building explores the fascinating and often beautiful world that lies beneath our feet, and the tires of our cars. More...
Area printmakers featured in "Under Pressure" at Union College
(January 5, 1999)
Ten area printmakers will exhibit their work in a show titled "Under Pressure" opening Monday, Jan. 11, in the Arts Atrium at Union College. More...
Union engineers tweak flame-extinguishing robots on eve of trip to Turkey
(January 1, 1999)
Find a flame. Blow it out.
It seems simple enough, but try to build a robot that can do what most of us take for granted at birthday parties. More...