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'Pre-College Camp' at Union gives local minority students a taste of college life
(August 9, 2001)
About 60 minority high schoolers from the Capital Region will get a taste of college life at "Camp College" this weekend at Union College. More...
Union College exhibit showcases local business history
(July 18, 2001)
Schenectady, N.Y. (July 18, 2001) - From culture-growing chambers used on NASA's Space Shuttle to some of the earliest telephones, Capital Region businesses have a rich history of entrepreneurial spirit and innovation.
Local student receives Goldwater Award
(July 3, 2001)
He is an aspiring teacher who enjoys "sitting around talking about calculus." She is a double major in bio-chem and math who somehow has time for two radio shows, several research projects and programming for the Coffeehouse. More...
Albany Medical College and Union College announce new master's program in bioethics
(June 28, 2001)
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (June 28, 2001) - The Center for Bioethics and Clinical Leadership at Union College and the Center for Medical Ethics at Albany Medical College (AMC) have created a distance master's program in bioethics - the second in the nation and the first in the Northeast. More...
Union College mourns death of sophomore Alex Lee
(June 11, 2001)
Schenectady, N.Y. (June 11, 2001) - Students at Union College this week were planning memorial services for Alexander Lee, 19, of Chester (Orange County), a sophomore who died Sunday in a swimming accident on the Canajoharie Creek. More...
Union College receives $25,000 from General Electric
(May 31, 2001)
Union College will host "Effective Strategies for Change: A Workshop on Implementing Curricular Change in Engineering Education," on October 19 and 20, thanks to $25,000 given to the College by the GE Fund, the philanthropic foundation of the General Electric Company. More...
Union College group working to restore historic lock on Erie Canal
(May 29, 2001)
It was the busiest lock on New York State's Erie Canal, Lock 23 in the town of Rotterdam. In its heyday around 1880, it served 47,000 vessels a season on the Empire State's most famous waterway – that's one boat every four minutes through its gates. More...
Drama club teaches creative thinking and self esteem at Union College's Kenney Center
(May 18, 2001)
Union College's Montebanks Theatre troupe has organized The Drama Club, a program for Schenectady youth grades 4-6. More...
Jane Curry's one woman show "Just Say Know" performs at Union College
(May 15, 2001)
Offered drugs? Just say no. Offered sex? Just say no. Offered liberal feminist pabulum that nurtures intellectual weaklings and ne'er-do-wells? Just say Know! More...
Union College celebrates 200th birthday of its most famous alumnus – William Henry Seward – on May 16
(May 15, 2001)
All most people know about him is that he bought Alaska in a deal known as "Seward's Folly." But any graduate of Union College, from which William Henry Seward graduated with highest honors in 1820, will tell you there was a lot more to the man than that. More...