A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES
UAlbany graduate student Erik Schlimmer is launching a long-term project to decode the meaning behind all of Albany’s 800 current street names. He plans to unveil his findings in a book titled, “Capital Cobblestone,” after conducting approximately four years of research.
Expand Your Worldview
The University at Albany has been awarded a grant to support new study abroad scholarships from the Institute of International Education's Generation Study Abroad® initiative.
A Hub for New Ideas
Breathing Lights, one of four winners in the nationwide Bloomberg Public Art Challenge, was conceived by UAlbany art professor Adam Frelin and lead architect Barbara Nelson, AIA.
In 2014, registered nurse graduations in the state grew by 6 percent over 2013, driven primarily by an increase in the number of baccalaureate nursing (BSN) graduates, a new study by the Center for Health Workforce Study finds.
A World of Opportunities
Ben Mielenz, a doctoral student in Spanish linguistics, is in Turkey this summer on a full Critical Language Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State. His experience is one of the many exciting opportunities available to UAlbany students this summer.
UAlbany researchers have been chosen as co-recipients on four of the six SUNY Health Network of Excellence grants announced today. The awards, which provide a total of $600,000 in funding, aim to break new ground in critical areas including biotechnology, life sciences and public health.