The University at Albany School of Public Health will launch an Oral Health Workforce Research Center, which will become one of only five such health workforce research hubs in the country uniquely focused on the oral health workforce.
Expand Your Worldview
Two UAlbany undergrads from the Department of Art and Art History traveled to Serbia this summer to work on a pilot internship restoring mosaic pavements from the Sirmium Roman Imperial Palace in the historic town of Sremska Mitrovica.
PREPARE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Whether it's working to bring healthy eating options in the dining halls or increasing locally sourced foods on campus, UAlbany students have taken the lead on bringing the concepts of sustainable farming and food production to the campus community.
Primed for Career Success
UAlbany recently gave students from Catskill High School's media program the chance to get hands-on experience working with digital media experts in a professional setting. The day was an outgrowth of President Robert J. Jones' nine-county tour last year.
We Attract the Best Minds on the Planet
Though reports have shown 50 to 90 percent of pregnant women experience food cravings, a University at Albany study found little evidence of craved foods balancing nutritional deficiencies. Instead, it suggests pregnancy cravings to be mostly psychological.
The University at Albany Foundation
Former president of Siena College, president and CEO of Hugh Johnson Advisors LLC, and a leading area volunteer to be honored by The University at Albany Foundation at 35th Anniversary Awards Dinner, Thursday, Nov. 6., beginning 5:30 p.m. in the SEFCU Arena.