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A Home for the Humanities and the Arts

Here’s a bit of critical/creative thinking:

What sort of home?

How well supported are the housekeepers?

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An Interview with a UAlbany Communications Department Student

Recently, we had the opportunity to talk to a communications student named Michael about his experience at the University at Albany. Michael is a transfer student in the communications department, and is enrolled in our COM 378 class. 773 more words

Why You Need an Internship as a Communications Major (and How to Get One)

An internship could be your key into landing your dream career. Think of it as one of the doorways that will lead you into the industry you thought you’d never really get a chance to work in. 716 more words

The National Death Penalty Archive at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference

Content note: this post contains references to execution, violent death, rape, harm to children and racism in the justice system.

Archives can be repositories of triumph and nostalgia, but archivists know that it’s just as important to document challenging and troubling social issues. 764 more words

U Albany Job Ad: Organizational/Interpersonal/Intercultural

The Department of Communication at the University at Albany is seeking to fill a tenure track position with a scholar whose research focuses on either organizational communication, or interpersonal and/or… 159 more words

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User Experience/Web Design Librarian Post University at Albany (State University of New York)

User Experience / Web Design Librarian

Job Description:

The University at Albany Libraries seeks applications for an energetic, flexible, and innovative User Experience / Web Design Librarian. 322 more words

UAlbany Study Examines Connections between Persistent Organic Pollutants and Infertility

ALBANY, N.Y. — Each year, millions of women face difficulties in getting pregnant. In the U.S., nearly four million women desired but were unable to conceive children in 2002, according to data from the National Survey of Family Growth. 419 more words