2014 Bunshaft Lecture: Adam Denenberg of the The Huffington Post


Find Your Success Story: What I wish I knew when I graduated

So, who is Adam Denenberg, other than an alum? It turns out Adam’s done a lot of work since his time at UAlbany. His talk at UAlbany’s annual Bunshaft Lecture will give a reflection of that —

Looking back on his journey from UAlbany, where he studied Computer Science and Physics, to his current position as VP Engineering at The Huffington Post, Adam Denenberg ’98 shares some of the secrets he learned along the way on becoming a successful engineering leader. Denenberg worked as VP Technology at ROO Media and SVP Technology, Collaborations and Multimedia at Thomson Reuters. Winner of Mashable’s Most Innovative Media Platform in 2012, a CODY award in 2008 and an Adobe Max award in 2009, Adam assembled a team, built, and successfully launched a whole new platform for Huffington Post Live. 

Come by, Thursday, April 17th, starting at 10:15 am at the Campus Center, Assembly Hall, at the Uptown Campus.

After Adam’s lecture, it will be followed at 11:15 by a networking session and reception.

(518) 442-5373 or email events@albany.edu

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Established through the generosity of Albert Bunshaft ’80 and Caryn Bunshaft ’82, The Bunshaft Endowment in the College of Computing and Information provides support for this lecture, which was designed to provide information to the student community about a broad range of topics related to careers in computing science.

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