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On July 1, Rensselaer will join more than 360 U.S. colleges and universities that have pursued smoke-free campus initiatives.
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The Princeton Review named eight programs for top honors in game design and Rensselaer came in at number five.
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Peter Tessier will use the five-year, $411,872 NSF CAREER award to further his research into protein thermodynamics and aggregation.
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Anak Agung Julius will use the five-year, $536,785 NSF CAREER award to further research into computational analysis of hybrid systems.

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Members of the Rensselaer campus and surrounding community, attended a lecture with Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, co-authors of the New York Times best-seller Half the Sky.
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Students, faculty, and staff, along with an orchestra conducted by John Minasian, will take center stage on Saturday, April 10, in EMPAC.
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Students may submit business plans for the first area competition focused on renewable energy and sustainable innovations.
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Linda Layne's production Motherhood Lost: Conversations is an innovative women’s health approach to child-bearing loss.
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Preserving digital information requires the implementation of economic and social, as well as technical solutions.

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Recently, the 2009-10 Liberty League Winter All-Academic Team was announced and 59 Rensselaer student-athletes were selected.
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A Rensselaer undergraduate biology student observed and reported on hundreds of zebra mussel larvae that she studied at DFWI as part of her semester in the Adirondacks.
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Helmut Lachenmann is one of Europe’s most influential living composers. The concert of his work will be held in the EMPAC Concert Hall on March 27.
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Rensselaer student-athlete Laura Gersten has been named the 2009-10 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year..
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EMPAC will present the world premiere of “Upending,” a work created by the innovative digital arts collective The OpenEnded Group on March 25-27.
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With more than 1,500 graduates and 10,000 guests attending the ceremony, volunteers are critical to making Commencement a success.
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NCIIA will host its annual March Madness for the Mind showcase of student innovation in San Francisco on March 27 at the Exploratorium® in the Palace of Fine Arts.
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Inside Rensselaer is published by the Division of Strategic Communications and External Relations (SC&ER).
Web design and production by SC&ER Web Communications. Podcast by Colleen Carey, Web Producer.
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Inside Rensselaer
Volume 4, Number 5, March 19, 2010
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