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6:00 pm May 23rd

MBA Virtual Information Session - online

6:00 pm May 23rd

MBA Virtual Information Session

5:00 pm Jun 8th

Hudson Data Jam Expo

SC 3102 - 3105
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies will hold the Hudson Data Jam Expo on Friday, June 8, 5:00-7:00pm in the Murray Student Center, Rooms 3102-3105.

The Data Jam challenges middle and high school students in the Hudson Valley region to analyze and interpret environmental data collected by scientists. Using their creativity, the students then submit a work of art, short video, poem, song, etc. in order to tell the story of the data. This year, there are over 100 teams registered for the competition!

Please see link below for more information.
6:00 pm Jun 11th

MA in Communication Virtual Information Session

5:00 pm Jun 12th

MPA Information Session & Orientation for New MPA Students

Queens NY
6:00 pm Jun 12th

MBA Virtual Information Session

9:00 am Jun 13th

International Computer Science Programs Virtual Information Session

6:00 pm Jun 14th

Computer Science Programs Virtual Information Session

7:00 pm Jun 14th

Book Signing and Lecture: Embattled River

Murray Student Center
Join Scenic Hudson and the Hudson River Valley Institute at Marist College for a lecture and book signing by Dr. David Schuyler, author of "Embattled River: The Hudson and Modern American Environmentalism." Scenic Hudson President Ned Sullivan will provide introductory remarks.

In his talk, based on his new book, Dr. Schuyler will describe how pioneering efforts to protect the Hudson River not only led to creation of groups like Scenic Hudson, Riverkeeper and Clearwater, but helped to ignite America’s modern grass-roots environmental movement and secure passage of seminal national and state environmental laws.

Don’t miss this evening of fascinating stories about the early activists who worked so hard to save the Hudson—providing valuable lessons and inspiration for all of us committed to building upon their legacy.

Please RSVP by June 6 to 845-575-3052 or
6:00 pm Jun 18th

MPA Virtual Information Session


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