A newly created alliance to foster biomedical research among the Capital Region's leading academic research institutions today announced its first 10 grants totaling $745,000.
The awards are funded through the NY Cap Research Alliance, which was established as part of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Regional Council initiative.
Nobel Prize-Winning Author Coetzee Speaks at UAlbany, Oct. 12
In a rare public appearance, Nobel Prize-winning South African novelist J. M. Coetzee will engage in conversation with major American novelist Paul Auster about their friendship and soon-to-be-published body of personal letters. The event, hosted by the New York State Writers Institute, will be held at 8 p.m. on Friday, October 12.
Albany High School and UAlbany Students Team Up in New Ways to Learn
Marguerite Vanden Wyngaard, Ph.D., Superintendent of the City School District of Albany, and University at Albany President George M. Philip kicked off October is Community Service Month at UAlbany on Friday, October 5, in the Campus Center Ballroom. "UACT--UAlbany-Community Together" is the theme of the month-long event.
UAlbany Hosts Global Conference on Technology and Government Innovation
UAlbany's Center for Technology in Government brings together more than 350 global technology and government innovation experts with a mission to advance transparency, participation and accountability in government at the International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV), Oct. 22-25.
Study abroad experiences can have profound effects on a student’s global perspective. Such is the case for UAlbany senior Casie Addison who discovered, during her study abroad experience, the great inequities that persist in post-apartheid South Africa.