The University at Albany’s School of Social Welfare has received a $10,000 grant -- half of it in the form of a challenge grant – from the Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation to continue its mission to train social workers to care for a burgeoning aging population.
UAlbany chemist Igor Lednev is attracting leading laboratories worldwide to collaborate on amyloid fibrils research as it relates to Alzheimer’s disease. Puerto Rican graduate students Manuel F. Rosario-Alomar and Tatiana Quiñones-Ruiz were here this summer working with Lednev.
The School of Education's Peter Shea leads “SUNY Games II,” a study among faculty and students from several SUNY schools investigating the use of guided inquiry-based, immersive games to promote enhanced understanding of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) content in K-12 settings.
University at Albany Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Susan D. Phillips is scheduled to appear Thursday before the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee to offer expert testimony on the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has named Theresa Pardo, director of UAlbany's Center for Technology in Government, to the three-person leadership team of Open NY, a six-month-old initative to improve government transparency through technology and enhance citizen engagement.
Alexis Imprescia, B.S. '10, M.A. '11, came to college determined to work someday in the financial center of the world, New York City. Her game plan? Graduate from a top business school in New York State.
The College of Computing & Information is chosen as the convening organization for the New York branch of the National Girls Collaborative Project, whose vision is to bring together organizations throughout the U.S. committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
UAlbany atmospheric scientist Scott Miller is co-principal investigator of a study at the Cranberry Lake Biological Station in the Adirondack Mountains aimed at identifying and quantifying several processes that affect emission of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere and how these can be expected to shift due to climate change.
UAlbany's School of Social Welfare co-hosts a conference on human trafficking on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at Milne Hall on the Downtown Campus. The event, co-hosted by the State Office of Children and Family Services, is designed to raise awareness about human trafficking and increase knowledge among students as well as community members.