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.
UAlbany students involved in the Living and Learning Communities (LLC) participated in a Day of Service on Sunday. Here a group from the Digital Forensics LLC works on de-vining a building wall and weeding in Albany's South End district.
David Perkins of the Harvard Graduate School of Education chats with graduate students Angela Lui and Diana Akhmedjanova in the Campus Center Ballroom during School of Education Day on Friday. Perkins later delived the keynote address.
Two members of the UAlbany Cheer Team, juniors Jasmine Noonan and Amanda Golloub, check out the Energy Campaign display in the Campus Center on Wednesday, as the 10-week challenge to reduce energy usage begins.
UAlbany running back Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks leaves a University at Buffalo defender in his wake on a 33-yard touchdown run in the Great Danes' first-ever victory over an FBS opponent. Ibitokun-Hanks rushed for 104 yards in the 22-16 win at Buffalo.
Two second-year students enjoy several great tastes during the 2nd Year Students BBQ, held on Dutch Quad last Wednesday. The event is part of the Second Year Experience, hosted by the Division of Student Affairs.
Geography and Planning grad student Clare Gaffey inspects a drone she is using to take infrared photos of the tree canopies at the Huyck Preserve in Rensselaerville. Her data will help determine what affects tree growth and how forests store carbon.
U.S. Rep. Paul Tonko, left, tours the auditorium balcony of the Schuyler Building in Albany with Kim Boyer, dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS), Provost James Stellar and John Giarrusso, associate VP for Finance and Business. The building is the future home of CEAS.
Prominent area philanthropist I. Norman Massry engages in an armchair style discussion with Fardin Sanai, VP for University Development, at a Development retreat on July 25. Massry discussed his commitment to local nonprofits like UAlbany, his motivation for giving and how organizations can more effectively retain their donors.