Carpenter Steve Sano supervises Lansingburgh High School student Zack Penk fitting a new door in the Performing Arts Center. Three times a year, UAlbany partnered with Questar to give high school students one week of on-the-job training and mentorship in carpentry, plumbing, refrigeration, auto, electrical and HVAC.
Chemist Thomas Cech is absorbed by the work of Elizabet Genis as the junior Human Biology major explains her research project during a poster session on Tuesday in the Life Sciences Building. The 1989 Nobel Laureate was on campus to speak at the Life Science + Engineering Lecture Series.
Junior Rob Bertolacci takes a meter reading at Empire Commons in order to present students with energy bills. The Office of Sustainability initiative aims at helping students gauge their energy usage and how much it would cost them if living on their own.
America East Conference Rookie-of-the-Week (second time) freshman Meghan Cavanaugh heads one during the UMBC game at home this Sunday. The 2-0 win clinched the Great Dane's first-ever AE regular season title, and the game also honored this year's seniors.
Freshmen from the World of Community Service Living-Learning Community enjoyed an outing this past Saturday of apple picking at Indian Ladder Farms and sightseeing at Thacher Park. The students, left to right, are Joselyn Simmons, Asha Smith, Brandi Boynton and Mmutaka Ajulu-Okeke.
Volleyball won a five-set battle versus New Hampshire on Sunday to hold onto first place in the America East Conference. It was also coach MJ Engstrom's 150th career victory. Defensive specialist Emily Zimmerman from Penfield is shown here serving.
Blitz, the Great Dane football mascot for home games, waits patiently, knowing the team is on the road this weekend and next. He will spring back into action on the 29th, however, when UAlbany hosts Elon.
Student mentor Akanksha Atrey, left, speaks with computer science major Brenda Lugo as part of the Transfer Connections Program, in which transfer students get assistance during their initial semesters from student or faculty mentors.
Students join with the Programming Board at the Campus Center Small Fountain on Wednesday to craft capes for kids and others to wear in the Superhero Sprint 5k, to be held Oct. 23 to benefit children who are chronically ill and/or currently receiving medical treatments.
UAlbany football players joined Coach Greg Gattuso last week in front of the Campus Center to distribute 1,000 pizza slices — thank-you's to the student body for its support and attendance at the team’s home opener against Holy Cross.
Junior political science and Japanese studies double major Matthew Noyes engages with an interactive exhibit inside the C-SPAN Campaign 2016 Bus, which stopped alongside the Podium on Thursday morning.
The C-SPAN Campaign 2016 Bus stopped at the Podium steps Thursday morning, allowing students, faculty and staff to enter and engage with interactive exhibits on U.S. government and this year's presidential campaign.
One student talks and another listens intently during a class in the Intensive English Language Program, a full-time program that focuses on academic English language skills training for non-native speakers.
Winston Heslop, academic advisor for Trio SSS (Project Excel) and student Caroline Apreku chat with Interim President Stellar at the Office of Access and Academic Enrichment. SSS's holistic approach provides support services focusing on academic, social and cultural aspects of the college experience.