NEWS

  • 2016 Orientation Leaders
    Summer Orientation

    Orientation Leaders Prepare to Welcome New Great Danes

    The 22 undergrads will serve as mentors for approximately 3,600 students attending one of UAlbany’s 13 orientation sessions this summer.

  • e-cigarettes
    A HUB FOR NEW IDEAS

    Where There's No Smoke There's Fire

    How has the rise e-cigarettes impacted tobacco sales? School of Public Health researcher Akiko Hosler explains in Preventing Chronic Disease, including why the fastest-growing group of e-cigarette users is even more alarming.

  • Food Cravings Pregnancy
    WE ATTRACT THE BEST MINDS ON THE PLANET

    Say it Isn’t So! Indulging While Pregnant Linked to Excess Weight Gain

    New research by psychology professor Julia Homes explains why giving in to food cravings is a bad idea for those expecting.

  • Grace Claxton UAlbany Olympian
    UAlbany Athletics

    UAlbany’s First Female Olympian

    Grace Claxton makes Puerto Rican team for Rio 2016 with school record in the 400-meter hurdles, and earns 2nd team All-America. Matthew Campbell makes the first team with 7 feet, 2 1/4 inch high jump.

  • Halamek Blood Residue Research
    We Attract the Best Minds on the Planet

    Chemist Unveils Latest Forensic Discovery to Identify Criminals

    Jan Halámek and his team can analyze blood residue at crime scenes to estimate a suspect’s age, along with when the evidence was left behind. These findings add to their ongoing body fluid research to assist investigations.

  • Muhammad Ali speaks at UAlbany
    A HUB FOR NEW IDEAS

    When Muhammad Ali Came to UAlbany

    UAlbany students welcomed heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali for a lecture in January of 1979. He imparted words of wisdom that surprised and struck a chord with many in the sold-out crowd who knew of him only through his brash public persona.

 

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