The architectural window glass of University Hall can exhibit a moire pattern when viewed from a distance in morning light. Moiré is an optical phenomenon that may appear as a wavy, rippled or circular pattern under certain lighting conditions.
Kenyan Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology, Dr. Fred Matiang'i spoke to members of the UAlbany community during a visit to the main campus as guests of UAlbany and the Center for International Development. Mr. Matiang'i has worked with SUNY/CID's Kenyan Project for many years.
UAlbany College of Computing and Information students Jonathan Crispino and Elliot Weintraub shake hands with the 3-D printer prosthetic hand they built as part of an ongoing e-Nable project. E-Nable is a network of 3D printers, assemblers, and kids needing a prosthetic hand and they play match maker between those who can build the hand and those who need it. Ultimately, CCI students will continue to build these prosthetics for children in need.
Albany area philanthropists Fr. Kevin Mullen, Phoebe Bender and Daniel Nolan are honored at UAlbany's Citizen Laureate Awards Dinner. Joining the awardees on stage are UAlbany's President Robert Jones and University at Albany Foundation President and Times Union Publisher George Hearst III.
The UAlbany Women's Soccer Team celebrates a 1st half goal in a 2-0 America East playoff victory over Maine at Bob Ford Field. Caitlyn Paltsios and Vivian Vega scored goals for the Great Danes against the top rated defense in the conference.
As an outgrowth of the University at Albany's commitment to community engagement, high school students studying television and broadcasting at Catskill High School spent a day learning about techniques of lighting and other aspects of digital video from professionals in Communications and Marketing Division at UAlbany.
Hay más tiempo que vida (There is more time than life)
UAlbany students decorate Mexican Sugar Cookies at the International Student Center in preparation for Los Dios De los Muertos (the Day of the Dead), which is a Mexican celebration from October 31st through November 2nd in honor of those who have departed from this world.
New York State Assemblymember Patricia Fahy, UAlbany senior Sean Taylor, and Indian Ladder Farms president Peter Ten Eyck pose for a picture during UAlbany's Campus Crunch event to celebrate local agriculture. The event was hosted by UAlbany's Office of Environmental Sustainability.
Sophomore goalkeeper Maxi Primus surveys the field during warm ups for Saturday's field hockey game against the University of Maine. The Great Danes, ranked #13 in the country, defeated the Black Bears 3-0.
Celebrating LGBT history month, National Coming Out Day and the Student Association Gender & Sexuality Concerns Coming OUT Reception, Courtney D’Allaird ( Coordinator Gender and Sexuality Resource Center and UAlbany grad ‘09), and Deidre Dumpson (UAlbany senior and Director of SA Gender and Sexuality Concerns) pause below the Rainbow Flag hung for the first time in front of the Campus Center. The flag will be displayed there through October 24th.
Students Amanda Moffitt and Shannon Tierney from Melissa Thorne’s Intermediate Drawing class meet with exhibiting artists Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley during their 2-day residency at the University Art Museum.
Members of the new student group Grow Green build a new garden behind Indian Quad. Students designed, planned, and coordinated the project with academics and other groups on campus and are reaching even farther out into the community to create partnerships with organizations like Capital District Community Gardens.The garden will be an important first step towards the goal of growing fresh, healthy food right on campus.
NY Senator Kirstin Gillibrand poses with UAlbany students, Marc Cohen (Vice President of UAlbany’s Student Association), Rose Avellino, Christina Mamone, Raymond Webb, Jr. at her recent visit to the University at Albany sponsored by the New York State Writers Institute to speak and promote her new book.
UAlbany quarterback Will Fiacchi breaks a tackle as he looks downfield for a receiver during Saturday night's game with Columbia at Bob Ford Field. Fiacchi threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another in the Great Danes' 42-7 victory. UAlbany, ranked #24 in the The Sports Network Top 25 Poll, improved their record to 4-0 with the win.