Men’s lacrosse continued its rise in the U.S. rankings after defeating Yale 14-13 in overtime, hitting #5 in the USILA Coaches Poll and the Inside Lacrosse Cascade/Maverik Media Poll. It's the Great Danes' first top-5 placement since 2007.
Geochemist and Distinguished Teaching Professor John Delano receives the first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2016 President's Awards for Exemplary Public Engagement, held at the PAC on April 21.
Joanna Bernabei-McNamee, standing with husband Joe and sons Caden and Luke and flanked by AD Mark Benson and President Jones, is formally introduced to the Capital Region media on Friday at SEFCU as the new head coach of the women’s basketball team. The Weirton, W.V., native comes to UAlbany after great NAIA success at the University of Pikeville.
Co-sponsored by EAP and the Office of Environmental Sustainability, the event featured exhibitors, demonstrations, exercise and art activities, a student poster session and a chance to connect with others in the campus community.
Around 400 students from EOP, C-STEP and Project Excel were recently honored for making the Dean's List of Distinguished Students during the last 2 semesters with, among other qualifications, a grade point average of 3.50 or higher. Ten students received EOP scholarships for outstanding leadership and commitment.
Nine UAlbany students are vying in the national Blackstone LaunchPad "Solve A Campus Problem Challenge." Vote for their one-minute videos through 11:59 p.m. today at http://bit.ly/1T7BPKP. Vote multiple submissions, but only one particular submission every 24 hours.
Tufts University social psychologists Keith Maddox (left) and Samuel Sommers hold a forum in the CC Ballroom on how awareness and training can help identify and eliminate hidden biases.
UAlbany students participate in the annual Pine Hills Clean-Up. In a neighborhood where off-campus students live alongside long-term residents, the event is a tradition of shared community pride.
Alumna Sam Arpino ’13 (2nd from left) from Dosomething.org concocts treats with Julianne Nuez ’15, sophomore Bryce Kahler and Maria Hetz of Career and Professional Development on a recent visit to campus.
Celebrity chef, author and entrepreneur Mai Pham signs her new book, The Pleasures of the Vietnamese Table, in the Patroon Room. Her famed Star Ginger restaurant is set to open in the Campus Center West Addition in Spring 2017.
50 theatre artists from the Capital Region and Berkshires staged the 24 Hour Theatre Project at the PAC, writing, designing, rehearsing and performing five new plays in just one day. Several UAlbany students took part.
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EOP Director Maritza Martinez was recently honored with an award from the New York State Comptroller’s Office for her outstanding contributions in helping higher education students from all backgrounds achieve success. From left, State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, Martinez, and Assemblyman Marcos Crespo, chair of the Puerto Rican Hispanic Task Force.
University at Albany women’s lacrosse (4-3, 1-0 AE) used its top offensive output of the year to down Vermont (3-6, 0-1) by a score of 18-6 in its America East opener this past weekend. Dakotah Savitcheff led the Great Danes with seven goals.
Campus staff react in University Hall to the women’s basketball team’s moment
of triumph over University of Florida in the first round of the NCAA
tournament on Friday. The 61-59 win was the program’s first-ever in NCAA
Division I Tournament play.