Featured News

  • Why Puerto Rico is getting the brunt of ‘donor fatigue'

    Hurricane Maria's aftermath left Puerto Rico in a vulnerable state needing any assistance that donors can give in the form of monetary funds, food, water, even batteries. While the island still manages to recover from the disaster things are getting harder with the 'donor fatigue".

  • New York just had its deadliest terror attack since 9/11

     Brian Nusssbaum, a former intelligence analyst and an assistant professor at the University at Albany, spoke to Mic about how effective counterterrorism efforts are against the methodology used on the deadly NYC attack.

  • Secure Future

    CEHC is preparing its students for the future by requiring a 100 hours of training for those in the major prior to graduation.  

  • Cybersecurity graphic (courtesy of Pixabay)

    Sizing Up The Defense

    How do cybersecurity challenges differ for large and small organizations?

  • Puerto Rico response and recovery panel discussion at UAlbany.

    Response and Recovery

    View photos from Tuesday’s conversation on the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

  • Berkeley Protests

    Accepting and Responding to Crisis

    Crises offer opportunities for college leaders to learn how to best guide their institution through turmoil, according to a new paper by University at Albany communications experts Eric K. Stern and Joseph Brennan.

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