UAlbany Showcases Best High School Science Students Statewide
More that 400 science research students and teachers from 41 Capital District and upstate schools will meet at the 24th Annual Upstate New York Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, March 30 and 31, 2009 in Albany. The UAlbany-hosted symposium is the largest forum in the state for students conducting original scientific research.
UAlbany's Prevention Research Center Aims to Get People Walking
UAlbany School of Public Health's Prevention Research Center (PRC) has partnered with Parks and Trails NY to establish year-round walking programs in rural communities across New York State.
UAlbany East Campus Welcomes Tech Valley High School
Tech Valley High School will relocate to the University at Albany East Campus in East Greenbush for the fall 2009 semester
UAlbany Honors Richard Bailey at Memorial Mass
The University at Albany will honor the life of Richard Bailey, who was the victim of a fatal, off-campus shooting last fall, with a memorial mass at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 26 in the Campus Center Assembly Hall.
Media Advisory: Major Announcement for University at Albany and Tech Valley High School
Tech Valley High School and the University at Albany will announce an important new venture.
Pitney Bowes Foundation Grants $25,000 to UAlbany College of Computing and Information to Support Women in Technology Programs
The University at Albany's College of Computing and Information (CCI) today received a $25,000 grant from The Pitney Bowes Foundation to support its Women in Technology program, designed to address the critical shortage of women in the computing and information technology industries.
Media Advisory: Pitney Bowes Foundation Announces Grant in Support of College of Computing and Information's Women in Technology Programs
The Pitney Bowes Foundation will present a grant check to the UAlbany Women in Technology Program to address the critical shortage of women in the computing and information technology studies and industries.
Experts Advisory: As Economy Struggles, Crime will Grow, says UAlbany Expert
As the economy falls to it lowest and slowest levels in decades, UAlbany faculty expert Shawn Bushway can discuss the relationship between the nation's economic health and crime.