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Phyllis Galembo of Department of Art and Art History honored for nearly 30 years of vividly capturing cultural and religious traditions.
A new study published in Nature points to a widespread decline in vegetation greenness and water content in the Congolese rainforest. The study, led by UAlbany Associate Professor Liming Zhou, found an extensive decline in satellite-detected forest greenness in the Congolese forests in the past 10-13 years.
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At UAlbany's Performing Arts Center (PAC), dancers are getting ready to take physics to the stage. On Friday, April 25, the Sinopoli Dance Company will perform ChoreoPhysics: Seeing the Science, Envisioning the Invisible at 7:30 p.m., a new work traversing the intersection of scholarship and the arts.
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The University at Albany is culminating a weeklong series of activities in celebration of the Earth, the environment and sustainability by hosting the 2nd annual Family Earth Day on Sunday, April 27 from 1-4 p.m. on the University's uptown campus.
Underscoring his commitment to advance UAlbany as a publicly-engaged research university, President Robert J. Jones will honor university-community partnerships improving public well-being in the region and beyond at the 2014 President's Awards for Exemplary Community Engagement on April 25.
Hamdi Ulukaya, founder of Chobani, America's #1-selling yogurt, and Thomas D’Ambra, co-founder of drug-discovery leader Albany Molecular Research, Inc., will receive honorary degrees, May 17 and 18.