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UAlbany Confucius Institute Brings Chinese Culture to the Campus

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Healthy Historic Walking Paths
Assistant Professor Maeve Kane’s students developed a series of self-guided walking tours through a number of Albany’s historic neighborhoods and produced a website and mobile app for the project. In its first year, albanywalksforhealth.com logged over 10,000 visitors. Kane worked with Orville Abrahams, director of Community Development, Capital District YMCA.
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Choreophysics

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The Women’s Health Project Team (l to r standing): Jeanette Johnson – Field Coordinator, Peer Health Advocates Jacqueline Fason, Arylee Ojumu; (seated) Maria Hansberry, Laura Barnhill

Women’s Health Project Connects Underserved Women with Health Services in Hudson, NY through Peer Health Advocates

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The field school will teach students how to lay out units, excavate, screen, map, record, and photograph archaeological features at the sites.

Tracing Albany’s Underground Railroad
UAlbany field school provides practical training for archaeology profession

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Celebrating Public Engagement
Breathing Lights, an artistic project that focused attention on the need to revitalize blighted buildings, is among the winners of this year’s 2017 President’s Awards for Exemplary Public Engagement.

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UAlbany Weather & Climate Camp

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UAlbany Honors Models of Public Engagement

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On April 17, 2016, the University at Albany held its fourth annual "Family Earth Day" event from 1 pm to 4 pm.

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Morgan DeVuyst has taken advantage of the applied learning and public engagement opportunities that were available to her while studying human biology and psychology.

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This year’s Upstate New York Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) paid a special tribute to co-director Dan Wulff, the biology professor who started it all 31 years ago.

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Urban Community Development South End Project - Taking Community Development Inside and Outside the Classroom: How a Service-Learning Project in Albany’s South End Benefits Students and Communities

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Is it possible to interest younger generations in genealogy? Or is genealogy basically an interest of older people?

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Brittany Frederick

Brittany Frederick has taken advantage of the applied learning and public engagement opportunities that were available to her as a student in the Department of History.

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UAlbany and Wells Fargo Bank Partner to Close the Achievement Gap for Local High School Students
A generous donation from Wells Fargo Bank to the UAlbany’s University in the High School (UHS) Program is enabling dozens of local high school students to start their path to post-secondary educational success.

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The CHEER Fund supports faculty and staff initiated undergraduate engagement activities by reimbursing up to $250.00 of incurred expenses.

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"In using community-engaged pedagogy, I encourage my students to look at the community as a living text. Students are more engaged and make more progress toward course objectives when the assignments are tied to real-life people, problems, or organizations."

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The Child and Family Experiences Project in the Community

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