Republican Primary Season: Early Voting States Critical
ALBANY, N.Y (January 3, 2012) -- UAlbany Associate Professor of Communication Jennifer Stromer-Galley is an expert on presidential campaigns, political blogging and public opinion. She discusses the Republican field and the role of the early primary states in selecting the Republican nominee.
UAlbany Students Present IT Recommendations to State CIOs
A team of UAlbany students from Theresa Pardo's public administration class presented recommendations to New York State Acting Chief Information Officer Dr. Daniel C. Chan and CIOs from several state agencies on two important information technology (IT) issues: cloud computing and the use of personal devices in the workplace.
ALBANY, N.Y. ( January 5, 2012) -- President Philip reacts to the State of the State address:
"Governor Cuomo's State of the State address captured the essence of SUNY's importance to the State of New York."
Winter Break in Antarctica
Some college students fly South over the winter break. University at Albany graduate student Lynsey Cross kept going -- all the way to Antarctica and the South Pole. Cross is in Antarctica for five weeks with the 109th Stratton Air National Guard Base of Scotia, N.Y., and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Historian Warren Roberts Finds Albany's Revolutionary Place in History
In A Place in History: Albany in the Age of Revolution, 1775-1825, historian Warren Roberts uncovers Albany's role in the revolutions of America and France, and the building of the Eric Canal, but also the public lives, private intrigues, dalliances, and foibles of the people involved.
ALBANY, N.Y. (January 15, 2012) -- Among individuals in the U.S. with diabetes, non-Latino whites tend to better control the cardiovascular risk factors blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol, while African-Americans, Mexican-Americans, and those with little college education are at higher risk for complications.
ALBANY, N.Y. (January 18, 2012) -- The New York State Small Business Development Center at the University at Albany (SBDC, UA), in partnership with the New York State Energy Development Authority (NYSERDA), is starting the new year by providing no-charge energy audits for small business owners to improve their operating efficiency.
Academics in Focus: Accounting Program at UAlbany's School of Business
The UAlbany Accounting Department maintains close ties with both alumni and employers to ensure that its program reflects the skills most important to the accounting profession. The department offers specialized study in corporate financial reporting, taxation, and accounting information systems.
UAlbany to Host Global Game Jam Jan. 27-29
The University at Albany’s College of Computing and Information will host the 4th Annual Global Game Jam Jan. 27-29. The event begins at 4 p.m. Jan. 27 in UAlbany’s Campus Center Room 375 and ends at 6 p.m. Jan. 29 with a presentation of the completed games.
More than 25 area schools have accepted the University at Albany’s challenge to artistically depict their favorite literary classic on one of UAlbany's original library oak chairs. Schools from as far north as Minerva, N.Y., and as far south as Chatham, N.Y., are participating in the “Chairs that Tell a Story” competition.