The School of Public Health, a unique partnership between New York's Department of Health and UAlbany located on the East Campus, offers rich, varied and far-reaching opportunities for research and practical experience.
MFA student Stephanie Hewett's video artwork, titled JUNIA, is on display at the New York State Museum in the Best of SUNY Student Art Show this summer. Hewett, of Schenectady, is expected to graduate in Spring 2017.
courtesy of Stephanie Hewett
Students in the Weekend MBA Program met last Friday with Brainly Kraków, the world’s largest social learning network, during their week-long international trip to Poland, where they are learning about global business practices.
Director of Athletics Mark Benson holds the Commissioner's Cup, symbolic of the strongest athletic program overall in the America East Conference. For the third straight year, UAlbany won eight of the conference's 18 championships.
Senior Grace Claxton became the first UAlbany women’s track and field athlete to qualify for the Olympics, making the Puerto Rican team after running 55.90 in the 400-meter hurdles on May 27 at the NCAA East Preliminary Championships.
Rockefeller College MPA candidate Marc J. Cohen '16 is congratulated by New York's Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul and SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher after being sworn in on June 1 as president of the SUNY Student Assembly. He now becomes a voting member of the SUNY Board of Trustees.
Dean of the School of Social Welfare and Vice Provost for Public Engagement Darrell Wheeler is sworn in on Wednesday as vice chairman of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS at the H. H. Humphrey Building in Washington, DC.
Blackstone LaunchPad, a multidisciplinary experiential learning program located in the Campus Center, supports a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship by providing tools for students to turn ideas into viable businesses.
Sophomore midfielder Carlos Clark is selected to the Puerto Rican Men’s National Team for three upcoming contests: the first this Sunday in Puerto Rico against the U.S. national team, followed by two second round Caribbean Cup matches on June 1 and June 4.
Two students stroll on the Entry plaza between a sea of 12,500 chairs and large student lineup tents, all which await Sunday’s Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony and the conferment of more than 2,200 degrees before multitudes of family, friends and community.
Barbara Cocenza Carvalho drew the winning lottery prize, the inaugural Great Danes, Dollars and $ense Financial Literacy Scholarship, from the Office of Student Accounts. Opportunities for scholarships will occur every fall and spring semester.
Student Kimberly Roc employs one of the fun activities set up by University Libraries to help students deal with the end-of-semester pressures that come with final exams, projects, papers and presentations.
Men’s track & field (shown here) and women's track & field extended their records for consecutive America East Conference championships last weekend, the men winning for the 12th straight year and the women making it eight in row.