Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022 -- The Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany celebrated a unique milestone in its history today when Bishop Edward B. Scharfenberger officially opened and blessed Catholic Central Schooll (CCS), the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany’s first Pre-K to 12 school, in Latham, N.Y.
Read more: Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany Opens, Blesses First Pre-K-12 School in Latham
Friday, Sept. 2, 2022 -- Scautub Agency, LLC, a subsidiary of the Glenville Bank Holding Company, the parent company of 1st National Bank of Scotia, announces that Kenneth C. Buhrmaster has been elected to its board of directors.
Read more: Scautub Agency Welcomes Buhrmaster to Board
Thursday, June 30, 2022 – Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences announces the expansion of its Albany campus through the acquisition of a state-of-the-art medical and life sciences facility located at 150 New Scotland Avenue.
The property, which is adjacent to the ACPHS campus, is a 154,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility uniquely designed for life science research. The acquisition extends ACPHS’ campus footprint and provides additional, high-quality research and teaching facilities. The building is ideally located along Albany’s life sciences corridor.
Read more: Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Announces Growth through Acquisition of Medical and Life Sciences Facility
Monday, June 20, 2022 -- In the latest episode of Occupation Station, outgoing Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences President Dr. Greg Dewey reflects on his eight-year tenure at the college.
Read more: PODCAST: Outgoing ACPHS President Talks About the Importance of Social Entrepreneurship, Accomplishments
Friday, June 10, 2022 -- After six months of research and poring over more than 700 survey responses, officials at Catholic Central School (CCS) today unveiled the school’s new brand, including the new tagline and logos, to students, faculty and staff at a pep rally held at St. Ambrose School in Latham. The branding effort was handled by Rueckert Advertising and Public Relations, a full-service marketing communications firm based in Albany, N.Y.
Read more: Catholic Central School in Latham Unveils New Brand, Logos
ALBANY, N.Y. (June 8, 2022) — Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (ACPHS) is pleased to announce that its Stack Family Center for Biopharmaceutical Education and Training (CBET) is partnering with Univercells Technologies, a Belgian-based company, to provide on-site access and training on cutting bioreactor technologies, the scale-X™ hydro and scale-X carbo fixed-bed bioreactors. This partnership will provide expert process development and commercialization opportunities.
Read more: ACPHS' Stack Family Center for Biopharmaceutical Education and Training Partners with Univercells Technologies to Support Bioproduction Advances
Tuesday, May 31, 2022 -- Gurinder Wadhwa, DDS, an oral surgeon who practices at Hometown Health Centers (HHC) in Schenectady, N.Y., is a champion of community health centers, the primary medical home for more than 30 million Americans.
Read more: Diplomates Making a Difference: Gurinder Wadhwa, DDS, Oral Surgeon
Tuesday, May 3, 2022 -- In this episode of Occupation Station, which the agency produces for Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, we meet Dan Bosley, class of '93 and now owner of two independent pharmacies, Keeseville Pharmacy and Cornerstone Drug and Gift in Rouses Point, N.Y.
Read more: PODCAST: ACPHS Grad Loves the Freedom of Working Independently
Monday, March, 21, 2022 -- 1st National Bank of Scotia is pleased to announce the establishment of an advisory board. This group of local business and civic leaders, who represent a cross-section of industries, will advise and provide insight and guidance on issues pertinent to the growth and success of the community bank.
Read more: 1st National Bank of Scotia Announces Advisory Board Members
Thursday, March 10, 2022 -- According to a 2018 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority study, nearly two thirds of Americans were unable to pass a basic financial literacy test. The study, which surveyed more than 27,000 Americans, also revealed a growing financial literacy gap between different ethnic groups with white and asian adults showing more proficiency than black and Hispanic survey respondents when it comes to making financially responsible decisions.
Read more: Better Community Neighborhoods to Host Financial Confidence Online Series April 2-30