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After-School Program for At-Risk Children The special education program operates an after-school program for at-risk children as a practicum site for master students at Eagle Point Elementary School. CMOST Nano Camp In partnership with the Children's Museum of Science and Technology (CMOST), CNSE presents a nanotechnology summer camp geared toward 11-14 year olds. Center for Achievement, Retention and Student Success (CARSS) Strengthens the U.S. workforce by addressing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics workforce shortfalls Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) CARD is a university-affiliated resource center that brings research and practice together in community settings. Center for Human Services Research Through its research, the Center seeks to strengthen university and community partnerships by conducting research in community-based settings. Center for Social and Demographic Analysis Provides a strong research infrastructure for scholarship in the social sciences with an emphasis on interdisciplinary population research. College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering's K-12 Educational Outreach CNSE is firmly committed to raising awareness of the benefits of nanotechnology through a wide array of innovative programs, events and activities. Engineering Explorations Program CNSE is an active participant in the Albany High School Engineering Explorations program, serving as a host for student laboratory rotations in the form of internships. Family Support and Youth Development The School of Social Welfare promotes school and community service innovations, consultation, grant writing and demonstration projects. Girls, Inc. Mentoring Partnership A mentoring program for girls participating in the local Girls Inc. program - conducted by female graduate students and faculty . Institute of Nanoscale Technology and Youth (INTY) A partnership between CNSE and the Center for Urban Youth and Technology, the program is aimed at engaging young people in the pioneering field of nanotechnology. Liberty Partnership Rising Stars Program The Liberty Partnerships Program is a middle & high school intervention program for students at risk of leaving school. Mohawk Nation of Akwesasne The Mohawk Nation Community of Akwesasne is concerned about possible effects of PCBs in their waterways. NanoCareer Day CNSE’s NanoCareer Day is a daylong event at CNSE for students from throughout the region meant to address the national need to stimulate an interest in math and science. NanoHigh NanoHigh was designed by CNSE and the City School District of Albany to increase students' knowledge of nanotechnology and the career opportunities it offers. Nanotechnology Explorations for Science, Training and Education Promotion (NEXSTEP) NEXSTEP, spearheaded by CNSE's NanoEconomics Constellation in partnership with Key Bank and the Key Foundation, is designed to attract high-tech growth to NYS. New York State Social Work Education Consortium The consortium is a formal partnership to facilitate professional practice in child welfare to improve results for children and families. New York State Summer Young Writers Institute A week-long writing workshop for NYS high school students held at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs in July Office of Undergraduate Admissions Implements a robust recruitment strategy to enroll a diverse body of students at UAlbany, including the development of community relationships. Performances for High School Student Groups Each season, the Performing Arts Center hosts professional touring artists who perform weekday matinees for high school student groups. Rochester Youth Development Study One of the most ambitious, long-standing and important studies of delinquency and childhood antisocial behavior ever conducted. School of Social Welfare Faculty Outreach School of Social Welfare faculty members contribute their expertise to a wide range of national and local organizations. Science & Technology Entry Program (STEP) STEP prepares historically underrepresented and/or economically disadvantaged K-12 students to acquire the aptitude and skills necessary to pursue post-secondary degrees. Service Outcomes Action Research (SOAR) Developing practitioner-generated information for evidence based practice with youth in Residential Treatment Facilities and their families. Smart Scholars Early College High School Program The Smart Scholars Early College High School Program was developed to increase high school graduation rates and college completion rates for disadvantaged students. Summer School Program Special Education graduate students, in cooperation with local schools, provide summer school instruction for children in need of additional instructional support. The Young Entrepreneurs Academy - YEA! In the Young Entrepreneurs Academy middle and high school students set up a real business or social movement under the guidance of School of Business professionals. University in the High School (UHS) High school teachers become adjunct faculty at UAlbany and give courses in their high schools for UAlbany college credit. Visiting Writers Series Free and public presentations by 40-50 world renowned and emerging writers each year
WAMC Science Forum Radio Show This program gives 5th and 6th graders the opportunity to ask a panel of scientists questions to encourage scientific literacy.