UAlbany Scientists Advance Research on Array of Public Health Issues
Overlooking the Hudson River and the State Capital from both sides of the Hudson River, a team of scholars and researchers form the faculty of the University at Albany School of Public Health. Soon to celebrate 25 years, the School is a unique partnership between the University at Albany and the New York State Department of Health.
Collins Fellows Highlight Academic Excellence at UAlbany
Professors James Acker of Criminal Justice, Iris Berger of History, and Lindsay Childs of Mathematics and Statistics have been named Collins Fellows. The award honors senior teaching faculty for extraordinary devotion to the University at Albany over a sustained period of time.
Students Partner with East Greenbush YMCA to Promote Children’s Health
A team of students from UAlbany's School of Public Health recently collaborated with the East Greenbush branch of the Capital District YMCA to provide information to parents and children on identifying sources of stress for children and how stress affects a child's development, and a host of other health issues.
LaKe'Sha R. Bowen, '10: A Better Life for Her Son
When LaKe'Sha R. Bowen of Albany crosses the stage at UAlbany's commencement on May 16, her 10-year-old son Chyim will be watching. And that's exactly the idea.
Hope Harris, '10: Studying Law Through English Dept. Internship
Hope Harris, Class of 2010, is leveraging her highly competitive English department internship with the New York State Office of the Attorney General into a future in the field of law.
New Design Positions School of Business as Hub for Commercialization, Entrepreneurship, and Community Connections
President George M. Philip today unveiled the architectural design for the new 96,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art School of Business building at the University at Albany. The $64 million facility promises to serve as a hub of learning and innovation in commercialization and entrepreneurship for the Capital Region and New York State.