UNION COLLEGE-NY NEWS



The Fullbridge Program (4/3/2012)
04/03/2012
Through our intensive, transformative 4-week business boot camp, we prepare thoughtful, high-potential undergraduates to transition successfully from college to the workplace. We guide you to fluency in the basic language of organizations and give you a skill base that is applicable to a range of business-oriented professions.


2013 Winter Term to Argentina - Information Session (4/3/2012)
04/03/2012
Learn about the 2013 Winter term to Argentina. Students will study in Cordoba, the second largest city in Argentina, located in the northern part of the country. Learn more about yourself and have the opportunity to experience and take advantage of a new culture.


Biocareer Connections (4/3/2012)
04/03/2012
Wondering what Upstate NY has to offer in the field of bioscience? Job seekers can connect with employers to network, learn and form business relations while increasing awareness of bioscience careers that exist in the Upstate NY area. **Transportation is provided, contact Birdget Graham at [email protected]**


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (4/2/2012 - 4/3/2012)
04/02/2012
Weekly Campus Movie


Green House's Super Hero Movie Series (4/2/2012)
04/02/2012
Come enjoy food and drinks while watching super hero movies every Monday this April. We will be showing Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, and The Dark Night, in that order.


Hindi Table (4/2/2012)
04/02/2012
Do you miss speaking in Hindi? If your answer is yes, come to the Green House Seminar Room. Food will be provided.


2012 Drawn to Paris: Impressions of the Louvre Mini-Term Information Session (4/2/2012)
04/02/2012
Learn about the Drawn to Paris mini-term from the faculty leader. This mini-term takes students to the heart of Paris, the Louvre Museum. A former fortress and royal palace, the Louvre is breathtaking in size, in character and for its collections. Priority for the mini-term will be given to students who are majors and minors in either the Department of Visual Arts or French Studies. In addition to visiting the Louvre, students will spend time in a studio working on print-making projects, and they will participate in cultural visits, such as Versailles and the Rodin Museum.


Internship search Orientation (4/2/2012)
04/02/2012
Students who wish to participate in on-campus internship recruitment opportunities must attend one of these hands-on programs. During this 45 minute program, you will search internship databases to identify employers who are looking for you and learn how to compete effectively for opportunities that stir your passion. Although many internships take place during the summer, part-time internship opportunities with local organizations are a great way to gain experience during the academic year. Numerous internship opportunities are already posted in HireU for you. We encourage you to begin your search and preparation early!


MESA Spanish Table (4/2/2012)
04/02/2012
Every Monday during common lunch come to practice your Spanish . Chat with students and Professors in a relaxed and casual environment.


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (4/1/2012 - 4/2/2012)
04/01/2012
Weekly Campus Movie


Mad Men Series (4/1/2012)
04/01/2012
Come enjoy popcorn while watching the TV series Mad Men all term long. Set in 1960s New York, the sexy, stylized and provocative AMC drama Mad Men follows the lives of the ruthlessly competitive men and women of Madison Avenue advertising, an ego-driven world where key players make an art of the sell.


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (4/1/2012)
04/01/2012
Weekly Campus Movie


40th International Festival of Chamber Music: Emerson String Quartet (4/1/2012)
04/01/2012
Haydn - Op. 77, No. 2 in F Thomas Ades - String Quartet "Four Quarters" Beethoven - No. 15 in A minor, Op. 132


Softball: Union vs. Staten Island (4/1/2012)
04/01/2012
Game Location (Home) - Alexander Field


Baseball: Union vs. Rochester Institute of Technology (4/1/2012)
04/01/2012
Game Location (Home) - Central Park


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (3/31/2012 - 4/1/2012)
03/31/2012
Weekly Campus Movie


Men's Outdoor Track: Hamilton Invitational vs. Union (3/31/2012)
03/31/2012
Game Location (Away) - Clinton, NY


Women's Crew: Union vs. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (3/31/2012)
03/31/2012
Game Location (Home) - Boathouse


Men's Crew: Union vs. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (3/31/2012)
03/31/2012
Game Location (Home) - Boathouse


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (3/30/2012 - 3/31/2012)
03/30/2012
Weekly Campus Movie


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (3/30/2012)
03/30/2012
Weekly Campus Movie


Women's Lacrosse: Union vs. Bard College (3/30/2012)
03/30/2012
Game Location (Home) - Frank Bailey Stadium


2012 Winter Break Mini-Term to New Zealand Information Session (3/30/2012)
03/30/2012
Learn about the New Zealand mini-term from the faculty leader. New Zealand has a unique mix of power generation and distribution schemes. On this mini-term you will visit examples of all the different generation and distribution facilities, and will be briefed by resident experts. You will also learn a great deal about the culture and history of New Zealand, including the indigenous Maori people. On the way you will visit most of the important areas of both islands, including glaciers, alpine areas, beaches, and natural hot springs. We will take several interesting hikes, and you will have the opportunity to participate in some of New Zealands adrenalin rush experiences, including white water rafting and sky diving. Students will be required to participate in pre-departure seminars during fall term; maintain a detailed journal while in New Zealand; and, complete and present a team-project analysis that draws upon both Web- and library-based research and field research in New Zealand.


2012 Winter Break Mexican-American Border Mini-Term Information Session (3/29/2012)
03/29/2012
Learn about the 2012 Winter Break Mexican-American Border mini-term from the faculty leader. Experience life along the U.S.-Mexico border and learn about the history and complexities of the border culture.


2012 Winter Break Community Service Mini-Term Information Session (3/29/2012)
03/29/2012
Learn about the Community Service mini-term from the faculty leader. This mini-term combines an intensive service experience with academic inquiry and critical reflection about the social, political, cultural and economic issues in which such service is embedded. The current focus is hurricane recovery in the Louisiana Gulf coast. The mini-term begins the second half of fall term with seminar sessions. In December, two weeks will be spent in New Orleans and the Louisiana wetlands, and in January, students will present individual projects at a campus symposium.