ODK Student Receives National Honor
Amy Tighe, a junior and Public Policy major at the University at Albany, has been selected to participate in the 2010 Campus Leaders Today, Community Leaders Tomorrow (CLT2) program.
SPH Professor Akiko Hosler Appointed to Health Advisory Board
UAlbany School of Public Health assistant professor Akiko Hosler has been appointed by the Japanese Research Institute (JRI) to advise on a Japanese Government-sponsored initiative to study chronic disease across an international database of health profiles.
Emeritus Center Sharpens Intellect with Spring Series
Protecting the privacy of retirees on social networking sites, a visit to the New York State Senate, and an exclusive showing of a Russian documentary are among the highlights offered by the University at Albany Emeritus Center this spring.
UAlbany's Water Quality Assessed from Its Source
An analytical look at the watershed that supports UAlbany’s Uptown Campus will be presented on Thursday, Feb. 18, by an expert on biotic communities and aquatic ecosystems.
DivaCello Performs at UAlbany for Black History Month
A special concert in honor of Black History Month will be presented at the University at Albany on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center Recital Hall. The concert, featuring The DivaCello Quartet, is free and open to the public.
100 Years of Theatre at UAlbany
Scene shop supervisor John Knapp (B.A. '94) was digging through records in the Theatre department when he discovered an historical nugget: in 1910, the first student play was performed at UAlbany. The University kicks off its centennial anniversary of theatrical productions on Feb. 18 with 10 for 2010: Celebrating 100 Years of History.
Alumni Association Scholarships Showcase School Spirit
It now pays to cheer at UAlbany. The University at Albany Alumni Association is now accepting applications through March 8 for eight student scholarships, including three new "spirit" awards.