Mark your calendars for fall 2015 retirement planning seminars presented by Brendan Dunuwila, CFP with VOYA Financial Advisors. The Fundamentals of Retirement Planning will be held from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, and Income in Retirement: Where Will the Money Come From? will be held from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15. Both will be held in UUW-325. Lunch will be provided. You must have a reservation to attend. To RSVP with your date choice, send an e-mail
or call 315-446-0100.
Why remember? How to remember? What to remember? And what gets forgotten? These and other questions are part of an exploration that has been taking place across multiple disciplines, from anthropology, sociology, media and area studies, to race and gender studies, history, literature and art. “Translating Memory and Remembrance across the Disciplines,” a year-long conference and workshop sponsored by SUNY’s Conversation in the Disciplines program, seeks to bring together scholars from across disciplines and academic institutions to generate collaborations, foment new queries, discover new methodologies and build institutional bridges among scholars of memory, forgetting and commemoration. Conference dates are Oct. 8-9, 2015 and March 2016, at SUNY New Paltz. For more information, go online
Renovations of the B-pod area on the first floor of the Center of Excellence will begin Monday, Aug. 31. The work may create dust, noise and vibrations. Temporary protection will be installed to limit impacts to building occupants as much as possible. The project is scheduled for completion Dec. 11. Contact project coordinator Laura Graden with any questions via e-mail
or at 607-777-3375.
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