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    Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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    Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarCall for Nominations: 2015 Rockefeller College Alumni Awards
    • Location: Rockefeller College
    • Description: Each year at its annual Alumni Dinner and Awards Ceremony, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy honors a number of distinguished individuals for their outstanding contributions in the areas of political science, public administration, leadership, and continuing professional development. For more information on awards categories and to make your nomination by November 1, 2014, please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DRXMFB3
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    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarUAlbany Hazing Prevention Week Tabling
    • Location: Campus Center Lobby
    • Description: Pick up brochures, giveaways, sign the hazing prevention banner and get more information on other hazing awareness/prevention events and activities.
    9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarEAP Professional Development Workshop
    • Location: Campus Center 375
    • Description: "The Secret to Causing and Sustaining Positive Change: An Intro to Appreciative Inquiry" is designed for faculty and staff in a supervisory role. This workshop will provide an overview of an engaging and powerful change methodology called Appreciative Inquiry (AI). Trainer and author Lisa Giruzzi will introduce participants to the four phases of AI as well as demonstrate how to apply the phases to day-to-day work to enhance the ability to achieve results.
    10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarMary Reid Kelley: Working Objects and Videos
    • Location: University Art Museum
    • Description: "Mary Reid Kelley: Working Objects and Videos” marks the first time this critically-acclaimed artist presents the finely crafted and researched costumes, objects, and drawings that are key to her inventive video process, which fuses live performance, drawing, sculpture, costume design, and digital media.
    11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarDigital Image Properties and Adobe Photoshop Basics
    • Location: Library Basement, LI B15
    • Description: Settings and suggestions for saving images for various purposes (print, web, PowerPoint) are reviewed. Resolution, file size and file type are discussed. Learn how to use tools, layers and other Photoshop features to enhance or revise your images. Learn how to add graphics, logos, and photos to a canvas. Learn how to create colorful high quality print documents. Walk-ins welcomed.
    1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarField Hockey vs Siena
    • Location: Alumni Turf Field
    • Description: UAlbany Field Hockey takes on capital region foe, Siena in this 3 p.m. game on Alumni Turf Field.
    4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarGetting Started with Dreamweaver
    • Location: Library Basement, LI B15
    • Description: Learn how to setup and edit a page with Dreamweaver. This includes layout, formatting, using the Design and Code views, and assembling a real page with tables and images. NOTE: Experience with HTML/XHTML or participation in Introduction to HTML/XHTML is strongly encouraged. Walk-ins welcomed.
    4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarRussian Learners Club
    • Location: Campus Center (near Coccadotts)
    • Description: Russian Learners Club offers a relaxed atmosphere for unstructured conversation practice in Russian.
    4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarRound-Table Discussion: “Translating China”
    • Location: Humanities 290
    • Description: Wang Guanglin, Dean of Program in Foreign Languages at Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, will explore how issues of cultural translation effect and impact the internationalization of higher education and its current models. A roundtable discussion on: "Transitions in International Higher Education Today" will follow. Participants: English Department Faculty: Tom Cohen, Mike Hill and Thomas Bass and Ray Bromley, Vice Provost for International Education.
    4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarJohn Lahr, Theatre Critic & Biographer-- Seminar
    • Location: Performing Arts Center (Recital Hall)
    • Description: John Lahr, Senior Drama Critic for the New Yorker (1992-2012), and Tony Award-winning playwright, will present his new biography, Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh (2014). The New Republic called it, "A splendid book, one of the finest critical biographies of a playwright extant." Lahr is also the author of Notes on a Cowardly Lion, a biography of his father, actor-comedian Bert Lahr. NYS Writers Institute. Cosponsored by the Jarka and Grayce Burian Endowment.
    8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • DownloadAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarJohn Lahr, Theatre Critic & Biographer-- Reading
    • Location: Performing Arts Center (Recital Hall)
    • Description: John Lahr, Senior Drama Critic for the New Yorker (1992-2012), and Tony Award-winning playwright, will present his new biography, Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh (2014). The New Republic called it, "A splendid book, one of the finest critical biographies of a playwright extant." Lahr is also the author of Notes on a Cowardly Lion, a biography of his father, actor-comedian Bert Lahr. NYS Writers Institute. Cosponsored by the Jarka and Grayce Burian Endowment.