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    2014 Bunshaft Lecture Delivered by Huffington Post Vice President for Engineering, Adam Denenberg, ’98



  • Sue R. Faerman, Ph.D., Named Interim Dean of CCI

     Dr. Faerman, Distinguished Teaching Professor and Collins Fellow, will direct the College while Dean Peter Bloniarz fulfills his new assignment as Executive Director and Senior Policy Advisor for Governor Cuomo's Cyber Security Advisory Board.  Dr. Faerman, formerly the Senior Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, has a long and notable career at UAlbany as a faculty member and administrator.



  • Governor Cuomo Names UAlbany Computing & Information Dean to Lead NYS Cyber Security Advisory Board

    Peter Bloniarz will be the Executive Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the Governor’s Cyber Advisory Board.

    See press release.




  • Dr. Pardo named by Governor Cuomo to serve as the State’s Open NY Policy Advisor

    In a press release dated September 20, 2013, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that Andrew Nicklin, Dr. James Hendler, and Dr. Theresa Pardo, three experts in improving government transparency through technology, will join the Open NY team to assist to improve government performance and enhance citizen engagement. Dr. Theresa Pardo will serve as the State’s Open NY Policy Advisor.



  • Dr. Jennifer Goodall, Ph.D. '01, Receives UAlbany’s 2013 Bread and Roses Award

    Dr. Jennifer Goodall, Assistant Dean and Director of the College’s Women in Technology Program, is the 2013 recipient of the University at Albany's Bread and Roses Award.  

     

    This award is given by the Women’s Community at UAlbany to individuals who have made extraordinary contributions on behalf of gender equity that enhance the quality of life for women at the University.

     

     

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  • Second Annual Bunshaft Lecture featured Jonathan Rochelle of Google Docs fame

    Presented by The Bunshaft Endowment in the College of Computing and Information, Jonathan Rochelle '85, Director of Product Management for Google Apps, spoke on Friday, April 5, 2013 at the Campus Center Assembly Hall. He shared his advice on becoming and staying innovative.

     

    You can view the lecture here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4MfIXxSqQc



  • Andrew R. Haas
    1955 – 2013
    Father, Husband, Son, Brother, Friend, Colleague, and Teacher

    We held a gathering of Remembrance and Memorial for Andy Haas on Tuesday, January 29th at 4:15 PM in Humanities 354 on the UAlbany Uptown campus.



  • Author Steven Levy visited UAlbany on November 16

    Steven Levy, technology journalist and author of the inside story of Google, visited UAlbany on November 16 for two reading sessions.  The free event was co-sponsored by the New York State Writer's Institute, and The College of Computing and Information.



  • Dr. Hemalata Iyer elected to the Board of the International Society for Knowledge Organization

    Dr. Iyer was recently elected to the Executive Board of the International Society for Knowledge Organization.  ISKO is a leading international society whose mission is to advance conceptual work in knowledge organization in all forms, for all kinds of purposes.



  • Stefl-Mabry approved for candidacy on the Fulbright Specialist Roster

    Joette Stefl-Mabry has been approved for candidacy on the Fulbright Specialist Roster.The Roster is a list of all approved candidates who are eligible to be matched with incoming program requests from overseas academic institutions for Fulbright Specialists.

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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.

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UAlbany Scientists Pursue Health Research through SUNY Network of Excellence Funding

Six University at Albany researchers are members of teams that won funding through the State University of New York Health Network of Excellence. The health-related research projects span antibiotic development, big data, and 3D printing technology initiatives.

UAlbany College of Computing & Information grad student Ping Li

Four UAlbany Students Impress NYS Metropolitan Transportation Authority with New High-Tech Reporting Design

College of Computing and Information students apply their skills to a data visualization project for New York State's Metropolitan Transit Authority. Transforming MTA monthly reports into compelling, interactive, and visually informative web-based formats, the students were praised by MTA staff at its NYC corporate office.