UAlbany's RNA Institute will offer resources for small, medium and large biomedical businesses, to spur the development of start-up companies, new research and development centers, and related business operations in New York State.
An estimated 3,141 students participated in UAlbany's 166th commencement ceremonies, including 2,260 undergraduate and 881 graduate degree applicants (141 doctoral, 723 masters and 17 advanced and graduate certificates).
The University at Albany is unveiling plans for its new 80,000-foot, $64-million School of Business building, which the university intends as a hub of innovation in commercialization and entrepreneurship.
Karl Rove, former senior advisor to President George W. Bush, spoke with UAlbany Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy Dean Jeffrey Straussman about politics, civic engagement among students and other topics.
University at Albany basketball fans pack the stands at the Big Purple Growl and Ferocious Feast. Proud students display their school colors, their pride in the University, and their loyalty to the men's and women's basketball teams.
The University at Albany's College of Computing and Information hosted its second Junior FIRST Lego League Expo, where teams of 6- to 9-year-old girls and boys from area schools to develop Lego-based projects around the transportation theme Smart Move.
The University at Albany unveils a new commercial, highlighting its connections to new ideas and the people who make them happen, the broad diversity of its people and programs, and the world of opportunities it puts within reach.
The University at Albany Cancer Research Center has been awarded $7 million in new funding to support its research into the causes, prevention and treatment of cancer, all with the goal of finding a cure for the disease.
UAlbany alumnus and activist Harvey Milk, '51, was honored at the annual Reaching Higher, Achieving More Alumni Luncheon, which featured his nephew Stuart Milk, a fellow civil rights advocate.
University at Albany's Student Association Speaker Series brought former US Secretary of State, General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.), to campus on Oct. 10 to present "Diplomacy: Persuasion, Trust & Values."
To date more than 850 writers and filmmakers have passed through the doors of UAlbany's New York State Writers Institute during its' first 25 years, treating students and the public with readings, workshops, and tales of the creative life.
Chancellor Nancy J. Zimpher joined University at Albany President George M. Philip to announce two new campus environmental sustainability initiatives that aim to reduce harmful carbon emissions on the nations roadways and across campus.
The University at Albany welcomed back students with new sustainable lifestyle choices, including the opening of two sustainability-themed residence halls and a renovated Indian Quad Dining Hall featuring locally grown food and other healthy options.
An estimated 2,991 students participated in UAlbany's 165th commencement ceremonies, including 2,057 undergraduate and 934 graduate degree applicants (131 doctoral, 675 masters and 32 advanced and graduate certificates).
Ten School of Public Health graduate students and four University at Albany faculty members traveled to the Big Easy, seeking new ways to help out in New Orleans three years after Hurricane Katrina's devastating impact.
The University at Albany established a National Science Foundation-funded center committed to addressing dramatic nationwide workforce shortfalls in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
The University at Albany welcomed back students, faculty and staff with the dedication of a new $4 million Grand Entry Plaza, designed as a vibrant, central gathering space for visitors and the campus community.
Indiana Jones' latest world-traveling adventure might make for box office gold, but for UAlbany's archeology field school, the excitement of field study can be found right in the Capital Region's backyard.