College and Departmental News
As CEAS prepares to welcome a much larger than projected incoming class of computer and engineering students this fall, State funding bolsters the college's forward momentum. "It is an incredibly exciting time to be a Great Dane... Engineer," said Dean Kim Boyer. Read more here.
Betty Lise Anderson of The Ohio State University and a team of College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) faculty brought a hands-on engineering project to students at Hackett Middle School recently.
The University at Albany’s new College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) has received an anonymous gift of $4 million to support students, faculty, academic programs and other core priorities.
In a letter to the editor (Times Union), Walter Robb, former Senior VP of GE’s global research division, strongly urges Governor Cuomo and the state Legislature to invest in UAlbany's engineering college. Read more here. (Photo credit: Paul Buckowski/Times Union. Used with permission.)
Computer Science and Computer Engineering are among the majors pulling in a record number of applications for 2017 at UAlbany. Read more here.
Internships, memberships create strong network for a future in computers.
CTG and CEAS ask, ‘could radio technology improve transportation?’
University at Albany students can now enroll in an undergraduate computer engineering degree – the first-ever engineering program to be offered at UAlbany – through its new College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The Capital Region’s first public option for computer engineering will spark unprecedented opportunities for students, faculty, public engagement, and regional economic development.