Monthly Update from UAlbany's Office of Government and Community Relations
Carmen Morano, Associate Dean for Research in the School of Social Welfare, spoke at the press conference announcing the program.
Interdisciplinary Research Partnership at UAlbany Aids Albany County Mental Health Program
A new pilot program, launched in June to meet the needs of those experiencing mental health crises in the Hilltowns of Albany County, is aided by researchers from the School of Public Health and School of Social Welfare. Learn more.
UNDERSTANDING AND ELIMINATING MINORITY HEALTH DISPARITIES IN NYS
Research Team Releases Minority Health Disparities Report, Culminating Year-Long Project
Researchers at UAlbany have released a report analyzing COVID-19’s disproportionate impact on New York’s communities of color, the culmination of the year-long minority health disparities project begun at the direction of Gov. Cuomo. Learn more.
STATE OF THE ART LEARNING FACILITY -- COMING FALL 2021
ETEC Readies for Fall Opening
UAlbany’s $180 million ETEC building is making good progress toward opening this fall. The 245,000-square-foot building will have the capacity to house more than 200 full-time faculty and researchers, 100 research and industry partners, and as many as 800 students.
Supportive members of the State Legislature, including Senators Michelle Hinchey and Neil Breslin and Assemblymember Patricia Fahy, visited campus on Friday, May 14 to view the latest progress in ETEC’s construction.
Recent Juneteenth Conference Focused on Building Capacity for Freedom
UAlbany Announced as Partner on $208 Million NOAA Severe Weather Research Institute
Local Earth Science Teacher Brings NYS Mesonet Data to the Classroom
Bank of America Grant Funds College Prep Program in STEM Fields
A Leader in Writing English and Secondary Education Becomes the First School of Ed Endowed Professor
A Lens on Capital Punishment -- A National Death Penalty Archive (NDPA) Video Series
PIRE Research Connects Air Pollution to Worst Taiwanese Drought in Nearly 60 Years
Public Health Students and Alumni Launch Podcast
UPCOMING ONLINE SPECIAL EVENTS
Tues, July 20th, 12-1 p.m. -- The Youth Justice Institute Presents a Webinar with Lael Chester of the Emerging Adult Justice Project, Columbia University -- Register Today!
Wed, Aug 4th, 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. -- The School of Ed and the CEHC Host a Summit on School Safety with Commissioner Ann Marie T. Sullivan of the NYS Office of Mental Health -- Register Now!
GREAT DANE STUDENT EXCELLENCE
Juneteenth Scholarship Recipients Honor Parents, Grandparents Through Education
'20 Alum Is Part of the SUNY Student Advocates Inaugural Class
CURCE Summer Stipend Offers Pay for Student Researchers
Spring ’21 Philanthropy Students Award Nearly $5,000 to Nonprofits
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5 Questions with UAlbany eSports Program Director Michael Leczinsky
The College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity (CEHC) is offering a new concentration in Game Design and Development that will be available to Informatics undergraduate students next semester.
UAlbany is committed to providing an excellent education for every student in an environment that maintains the health, safety, and well-being of our entire campus community. Please use this website to better understand the steps we are taking to achieve this important goal.Learn more.