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12/18/2014

UC Students to Attend Physics Conference at Rutgers


Murphy to Present Research on Tumor Growth Models
 
Exciting opportunity for undergrad students ...More

 

12/18/2014

UC Professor Speaks Out on Cyber Terror, Sony Hack


Historic, Frightening Time for Corporations, Governments
 
Expert on cybersecurity speaks on recent hack, aftermath ...More

 

12/15/2014

UC's Partnership with DFAS Benefits Mohawk Valley


Recognizes DFAS for Commitment to Employee Education
 
UC designs specialized MBA for major local employer ...More

 

12/11/2014

People Invited to be Part of UC's Digital Archive


Center for Historical Research Begins Digital History Project
 
Seeking photos, letters, artifacts and more ...More

 

12/04/2014

Brown Bag Lunch: Atoms for Peace, Japanese Media


Researcher Discusses US, Japanese Relations in 1950s
 
The Utica College Center for Historical Research Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series will hold its final lecture of 2014, “Selling the Future: Atoms for Peace and the Japanese Media,” on Wednesday, Dec. 10 at 12:30 p.m.

The lecture will be given by Craig Nelson of Ohio Stat ...More

 

12/03/2014

Young Scholars to Host Book Fair at Barnes & Noble


Cheesecake Sales Will Also Benefit YSLPP
 
Local author, YS alum Mark Needham to sign books ...More

 

12/02/2014

Film, Discussion on The War That Was Supposed To Be Secret


Applied Ethics Institute Hosts Film, Discussion on Sri Lanka
 
Human rights experts to discuss Sri Lankan civil war ...More

 

12/01/2014

UC Groups Sponsor Blood Drive


American Red Cross Suffering Blood Shortage
 
Walk-ins, public welcome ...More

 

11/24/2014

Young Scholars Challenge Grant Ends Dec. 1


Mele Family Fund of The Community Foundation Offers Grant
 
Young Scholars have helped many; donations to be matched through Dec. 1 ...More

 

11/18/2014

Steven Barnes Story: Guilty Until Proven Innocent


Wrongfully Convicted Man Spent 19 Years in Prison
 
DNA, forensic testing has come a long way ...More