The Academic Catalog also contains information about Union College, including life on campus as well as costs and financial aid.
Union is a minute drive from Albany International Airport and a short walk or drive from the Schenectady bus and train stations. It is within easy reach of New York City a 3-hour driveBoston 3 hoursMontreal 4 hoursand rural and wilderness areas.
A centerpiece of the revamped center, to be named the Integrated Science and Engineering Complex, will be an arc-shaped building featuring floor-to-ceiling glass walls and a four-story lightwell that allows individuals to glimpse the work of other disciplines.
The reconstruction is designed to revolutionize teaching, learning and research across engineering, science and the liberal arts. The Peter Irving Wold Center, an interdisciplinary hub, offers leading-edge programs in biochemistry, environmental studies, electrical engineering and music research.
The Center for Neuroscience in Butterfield Hall brings together computer and research labs, classrooms and collaborative spaces. Olin Center houses high-tech classrooms and laboratories. The Nott Memorial is used for study, exhibits and special events, including the annual Study Abroad Fair, the Lothridge Festival of Dance, and guest lectures by such noted figures as U.
Schaffer Library has over 1 million print and electronic volumes and more than 11, current print and electronic serial titles. Union also participates in the ConnectNY consortium, giving users access to the holdings of 14 other member libraries.
The Feigenbaum Center for Visual Arts includes studios for drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, 2D and 3D design, and metal-working, as well as a media lab, traditional dark room, public galleries and classrooms.
Residential options for students include traditional dorms, apartment-style housing, theme houses, Minerva Houses, Greek houses, College Park Hall and Garnet Commons. Reamer Campus Center includes dining facilities, the bookstore and offices for student activities.
I hockey teams, and the Travis J. The Wicker Wellness Center offers professional health, wellness and counseling services and is the home of Jenna, the campus therapy dog. Students regularly meet potential employers at campus career and internship fairs and other events.
Ninety-eight percent of new Union graduates are employed or pursuing an advanced degree or fellowship. Off-Campus Opportunities Union offers more than 40 terms and mini-term programs in 30 countries. Students can conduct anthropological research in Fiji, learn about Italian Renaissance architecture in Florence, study engineering in Turkey or visit alternative energy sites in New Zealand.
There are also great opportunities for internships and service. Nearly 60 percent of Union students go on terms abroad, one of the highest percentages among colleges and universities. Most programs are led by Union faculty. Students also may design their own program of study abroad, and participate in non-Union and exchange programs.
In addition to full-term programs, three-week mini-terms are offered during winter and summer breaks in various U. The unique Minerva Fellows program gives young alumni a chance to travel abroad their first year after leaving Union, instilling in them the power of an entrepreneurial approach in addressing poverty in developing countries.the charles proteus steinmetz symposium westchester county bar association 8 p.m.
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The College Choir Concert On Wednesday, May 23rd, I attended the College Choir concert in the Reamer Campus Center. The choir performed a variety of songs, ranging from pieces in Latin to traditional American folksongs.
Taylor Music Center. Union College Department of Music presents. Union College Jazz Ensemble Professor Tim Olsen, Director. with Special Guests. The Union College Heavenly Voices Gospel Choir Lynny Walters, Director.
Vocalist Sharon Fullard. Read More “I”dentity Dialogues. October 19, The symposium is free and open to the campus.
Union College, Reamer Campus Center Union College and WMHT Educational Telecommunications presents a free preview screening of The Black Panthers Film screening followed by a facilitated conversation with Union College Professor Deidre Hill Butler, Ph.D.
THE CHARLES PROTEUS STEINMETZ SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, May 12, Theater Documentary Reamer Campus Center SESSION II A.M. – P.M. Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome Karp Union College Choir and Union College and Community Orchestra Saturday, May 13,