UAlbany, Society of CPAs Offer Career Edge to Local High School Students
The University at Albany is partnering with the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) to offer the Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession (COAP) program to area minority high school students.
UAlbany Center for Technology in Government iGov Research Institute Explores Impact of Information and Communication Technologies on the Public Sector
The University at Albany-SUNY’s Center for Technology in Government (CTG) is holding its third annual iGov Research Institute (iGov 2009) in Seattle, Washington.
Experts Advisory: University at Albany Experts on New Tobacco Legislation, its Impact on Advertising and Marketing of Tobacco Products, Smoking and Self-Control
UAlbany faculty experts can discuss and offer analysis of the new tobacco legislation, its impact on advertising and marketing of tobacco products, and smoking and self-control.
UAlbany Professor Travels to Dubai to Study How Universities with International Campuses Impact Foreign Economies
University at Albany School of Education Assistant Professor Jason Lane will travel to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to examine why universities and colleges open campuses in foreign countries.
UAlbany Selects Internationally Renowned Architect Perkins+Will to Bring World-Class Business School to Capital Region
In one of her first stops on her statewide 64-campus tour, State University of New York Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher joined University at Albany Interim President George M. Philip today to announce the selection of the architecture firm Perkins+Will as the designer of the University's new School of Business building.
UAlbany Welcomes SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher as she Begins 64-Campus Tour
The University at Albany and members of the area business community will welcome new SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher to the Capital Region as she begins her 64-campus tour of the State University of New York system.