Date: October 30, 2006
Albany Week is a time when alumni can attend classes, joining with a professor and students to share their experiences in the world “out there.” It’s a time to meet students during their breaks. It’s a time to take part in discussions, communicating to students the importance of a Lewis & Clark education to your work and your life.
In short, Albany Week is an opportunity for alumni to make a positive impact on the future lives and careers of students, and to let them know how much our education and experiences have meant to us.
Thursday, November 2 there will be a social reception to wrap up the week’s events with alumni who have participated, professors, and students.
For further information and registration, consult Albany Week