A UAlbany Junior Falls in Love with Senegal
ALBANY, N.Y. (Aug. 29, 2011) -- The first time University at Albany junior Kalima Johnson of Brooklyn, N.Y., saw children begging in the streets of Senegal, she was shocked. When the communication major learned money given to child beggars often ends up in the hands of adults, she started to carry around crayons.
UAlbany Study Finds Mothers Returning to Work Pose No Adverse Effects on Family
ALBANY, N.Y. (Aug. 24, 2011) – Easing the maternal guilt associated with mothers returning to work, UAlbany health economist Pinka Chatterji and co-researchers Sara Markowitz and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn recently released the results of a study indicating maternal work hours do not cause adverse effects on infants and their mothers.
UAlbany's Class of 2015: Motivated and Diverse
ALBANY, N.Y. (August 23, 2011) -- The University at Albany this week welcomes an accomplished class of incoming freshmen who will have access to innovative, personalized learning communities and an array of new and improved facilities.
Great Danes Host Nationally Ranked Foes in Fall 2011
ALBANY, N.Y. (August 18, 2011) -- This fall, the University at Albany Great Danes take on some of the nation's top Division I athletic programs, but unlike previous years, UAlbany will serve as the host campus.
UAlbany Students from Third World Impact Travel to Uganda to Make a Difference
ALBANY, N.Y. (Aug. 16, 2011) -- Four University at Albany students from the nationally recognized community service group Third World Impact are in Uganda for two weeks, teaching classes on hygiene, health, and HIV-AIDS prevention, and starting the process of building a primary school in Wairaka, a small village in Jinja.
UAlbany Features New Living-Learning Communities for Freshmen in Fall 2011
ALBANY, N.Y. (August 8, 2011) --This fall, the University at Albany welcomes incoming freshman with an expanded array of immersive, intimate, and personalized living-learning communities designed to introduce them to the breadth of academic, extracurricular, and social opportunities as well as ways to be engaged in the community.
Medicaid Really Does Help Patients -- In Oregon, At Least
ALBANY, N.Y. (August 2, 2011) -- Being enrolled in Medicaid really does help both patients and health care providers in important ways. That’s according to results from a groundbreaking study out of Oregon released July 7 by the National Bureau of Economic Research.