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Student Saves Family from Fire, Seeks Help Restoring Their Belongings

A University at Albany MBA student from Schenevus, N.Y., who saved a family of four as their house burned down on January 8, has been called a hero. He would rather refocus the attention from himself to raise money to help replace the family’s belongings.

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UAlbany to Host First Data Breach Research Laboratory

The School of Business is named host of a new research laboratory to develop digital forensic tools for protecting information after data breaches. Computer forensic leader The ARC Group of N.Y. donates software and services valued at more than $500,000 to support the critical endeavor, led by UAlbany Associate Professor Sanjay Goel.

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University at Albany Welcomes Class of 2018

UAlbany will begin its 2014-2015 academic year by welcoming an academically talented incoming freshman class of over 2,500 enrolled from an applicant pool of more than 21,768. The students will be joined by 58 new full-time faculty members this academic year, many hired through Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s NYSUNY 2020 initiative.

Digital Forensics at UAlbany

Digital Forensics Program Prepares Students to Tackle Cybercrime

The new digital forensics program at the University at Albany will educate students in the protection, defense, and investigation of information and information systems in areas such as public accounting, government, industry and not-for-profit environments.

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UAlbany School of Business’ Academy Helps Area Youth Develop and Implement Entrepreneurial Concepts

A snowboard shop, a television cooking show, a lawn care company, and a line of home-cooked doggy treats are among the business ideas that have been developed by area students at the University at Albany's School of Business chapter of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!).