In continuing efforts to reach out to academically talented and underrepresented minorities and young women, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions hosted the annual Science, Technology, Arts, and Architecture at Rensselaer (STAR) Program Oct. 24-26. In its 10th year, the program provides high school seniors with an opportunity to get a glimpse of campus life at… Read More
Last month, more than 3,000 individuals came to the Rensselaer campus to attend Family Weekend. Parents, family members, alumni, and friends had an opportunity to get a glimpse of life at Rensselaer through a variety of cultural offerings and performances, academic classroom programs, tours, dinners, film screenings, and athletic events. “Family Weekend is designed to… Read More
Janice Dunn Lee, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) deputy director general for management,will discuss the work of the agency and, in particular, the important role that women play in nuclear science during an event hosted by the School of Science. The event, “60 Years of Atoms for Peace—Women in Nuclear Science,” will be held on… Read More
The theme of the inaugural Business Opportunities to Success Summit (BOSS)—which will be held Thursday, December 5, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn in Troy, is “Mastering the Pivot.” The event is open to entrepreneurs, executives, researchers, students, business professionals, and investors. The theme recognizes that innovators and entrepreneurs routinely… Read More
The International Contemporary Ensemble at Lincoln Center feted Arts Professor Pauline Oliveros in August, with a performance called Pauline Oliveros at 80 at Lincoln Center’s Clark Studio Theater. The event was part of the Mostly Mozart Festival’s series Power of Ten: 10 Concerts performed by ICE featuring 10 world premieres by 10 New York artists.
Quebec-based Bureau de l’APA invites the audience to participate in a fantastical classroom—a performance complete with textbooks, a ballet instructor, sound poetry, sculptures, and a string quartet. Based in Quebec City, Laurence Brunelle-Côté is a writer, performer, and designer who works with artists from a variety of disciplines (dance, performance, poetry, music, and multidisciplinary arts)…. Read More
This exhibition is in honor of Latino Heritage Month and has been a tradition for the past decade in the Shelnutt Gallery. The exhibition features paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture from the Montalvo brothers, Christian and Antonio. Born and raised in Queens, N.Y., the Montalvos were encouraged in their love of art by their parents… Read More