UAlbany Named "Gateway" to U.S. Culture, Academic Life for International Students
The University at Albany will introduce about 40 international graduate students to U.S. culture and academic life as a host for the 2009 "Fulbright Gateway" Orientation Program.
School of Public Health Researcher Examines New U.S. Government Policy on Hospital-Acquired Infections
Timothy Hoff, associate professor of health policy and management at the University at Albany’s School of Public Health, is collaborating with researchers from Harvard Medical School and the Veterans Health Administration to examine the new U.S. government nonpayment policy for hospital-acquired infections.
Theresa Pardo Named Director of UAlbany's Center for Technology in Government
The University at Albany has named Theresa Pardo director of the Center for Technology in Government (CTG). Pardo, an alumnus of UAlbany, has served as deputy director at CTG since 2002.
UAlbany Report: New York Facing Physician Shortage by 2030
Growth in demand for physicians in New York will likely outpace growth in supply, leaving the state with a shortage by 2030, according to a new report by the University at Albany's Center for Health and Workforce Studies (CHWS).
USAID Awards Center for Legislative Development at UAlbany $9.3 Million to Bolster Government Reform in Lebanon
The University at Albany's Center for Legislative Development (CLD), the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities of Lebanon, and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have signed a three-year, $9.3-million government reform training initiative targeting major municipalities. The program is funded by USAID.