Edward H. Fitzgerald, a University at Albany School of Public Health researcher, has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences to study if exposure to organic pollutants impacts neuropsychological function in older men and women.
UAlbany junior Maribell Guerrero was one of 11 college students to be recently honored by the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA) for overcoming personal adversity. The FPWA network nominated Guerrero for maintaining a strong academic record despite her mother’s battle against severe arthritis.
Primed for Career Success
Students, parents, faculty and staff, as well as the community-at-large can now access campus-wide resources in the palm of their hand. UAlbany released an official app under the leadership of two computer science majors – Shivam Parikh and Matthew Gilliland.
161,000 Alumni Worldwide
Students and alumni of the Interdisciplinary Studies concentration in Financial Market Regulation (FMR) are poised to reap the benefits from the intense competition for qualified compliance officers.
PREPARE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
With a new car-sharing program, a complimentary filtered water station and a renewed commitment to conserving energy, the University at Albany has a host of sustainable initiatives underway for the 2014 fall semester.
Two University at Albany students and three faculty researchers were among the first class of the SUNY Research Foundation’s Brain Summer Scholars Program, an initiative of the SUNY Brain Network of Excellence.