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UAlbany and AMC 'CONNECT!'

Freshmen Get Leg Up on Health Career Possibilities through UAlbany-Albany Med Partnership

UAlbany Living-Learning Community freshmen with eyes toward futures in medicine and health-related fields got an enhanced view of their horizons this October and November through a new partnership with Albany Medical Center — CONNECT!

Blackstone LaunchPad Aids Future UAlbany Entrepreneurs

UAlbany Chosen by Blackstone LaunchPad to Help its Students Transform Innovation into Commercialization

President Jones, Senator Chuck Schumer and Blackstone Chief Operating Officer Tony James announce expansion of the Blackstone LaunchPad entrepreneurship program to UAlbany students. It will link them to other campuses, business communities and local entrepreneurs throughout the state to enhance an environment nurturing their future success as entrepreneurs.

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UAlbany Welcomes New Faculty and Staff

UAlbany continues to enhance its academic footprint, welcoming 64 new full-time faculty members, including both tenure-track and full-time lecturers. New deans and provosts will lead efforts in the areas of criminal justice, engineering and applied sciences, social welfare, and international education. Several administrative professionals are added as well.

Dr. Bijan Dey of RNA Institute

The RNA Institute Maintains Commitment to Area Job Creation through New Hires in Research, Entrepreneurship

The RNA Institute expands its capacity for life sciences entrepreneurship this fall through a UAlbany School of Business appointment of Assistant Professor Stephanie L. Black, an expert in strategic management in the field of hi-tech innovation, plus two new research scientists.

Life Science funded by Presidential Research Initiative at UAlbany

University Awards 14 Research Projects Driving Innovation

Fourteen research projects directed by University at Albany faculty, whose expertise encompasses a wide range of academic disciplines, are awarded the first grants of the University’s Presidential Initiatives Fund for Research and Scholarship to support new and innovative research that may lead to large-scale investigator awards.