UAlbany, State Society of CPAs Offer Accounting Program to Give Minority Students an Edge
Thirty-four area minority high school students will head to the University at Albany campus to explore career opportunities in accounting.
UAlbany Conference Addresses Sexual Assault on College Campuses
The University at Albany will host a regional conference addressing sexual assault among college students, June 22-23, in the Campus Center on the Uptown Campus.
New York Giants and University at Albany Agree on Deal to Hold 2010 Training Camp
The New York Giants and the University at Albany jointly announced today an agreement to hold training camp at the University at Albany this summer. The arrangement also includes a two-year option to have the Giants train on the UAlbany campus through 2012.
Sally Temple, John Nigro Named UAlbany Citizen Laureates
The University at Albany Foundation has named stem-cell biologist Sally Temple and community leader and real estate developer John J. Nigro the recipients of the 2010 Citizen Laureate Awards. Temple and Nigro will be honored at the Hall of Springs in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on Wednesday, Oct. 20.
UAlbany RNA Institute Drives Cutting-Edge Medical Science
A powerful new alliance of New York Capital Region top genetic scientists and biomedical investigators will spur cutting-edge research into RNA and its implications for innovative medicines, drug therapies and technologies, and curing disease.
Media Advisory: UAlbany RNA Initiative Drives Cutting-Edge Medical Science
The University at Albany will launch a powerful new alliance of New York Capital Region top genetic scientists and biomedical investigators to spur advanced research into RNA and its implications for innovative medicines, drug therapies and technologies, and cures for diseases such as breast cancer and drug-resistant HIV.