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.
Members of the UAlbany chapter of Lambda Pi Eta light candles as part of the annual induction ceremony into the society. LPE is the official communication studies honor society of the National Communication Association, with more than 400 active chapters worldwide.
The Science Library Atrium displays the winning designs from the annual Trashion Fashion Show, which promotes attention to environmental sustainability by challenging students to create ensembles from reclaimed and recycled materials.
For the third time in his freshman season, faceoff specialist Zach Ornstein has been selected America East Rookie of the Week, after a dominating game versus UMBC. His selection marks the 11th weekly conference honor for men's lacrosse this spring.
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.