RESEARCH NEWS

  • Research in Education

    Teaching At-Risk Students to Argue Like a Lawyer

    UAlbany professors from the School of Education and Department of Sociology collaborate to develop a literacy course “Arguing Like a Lawyer,” geared toward high school freshmen at risk of dropping out. Margaret Sheehy of Literacy Teaching and Learning is PI on the three-year project, awarded $1.4 million from the U.S. Department of Education.

  • PUBLIC POLICY

    UAlbany Professor Examines Role of Mental Health Courts

    UAlbany School of Criminal Justice Associate Professor Allison Redlich has been awarded a $99,371 NARSAD grant from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation to examine the mediating role of mental health courts in the treatment of individuals with serious mental health problems.

  • LIFE SCIENCES

    UAlbany Scientists Pursue Health Research through SUNY Network of Excellence Funding

    Six University at Albany researchers are members of teams that won funding through the State University of New York Health Network of Excellence. The health-related research projects span antibiotic development, big data, and 3D printing technology initiatives.

  • GENERAL RESEARCH

    Internship Opportunities Abound at UAlbany

    Whether working to develop new therapy approaches for difficult-to-treat cancers or serving as a tax advisor for clients of PricewaterhouseCoopers, University at Albany students are gaining practical and professional experience through a variety of on- and off-site internship opportunities.

  • LIFE SCIENCES

    UAlbany Young Scientist Named 2014 Pew Scholar for Stem Cell Research

    UAlbany biologist Prashanth Rangan joins 21 other outstanding young researchers as 2014 Pew Scholars in the Biomedical Sciences by The Pew Charitable Trusts. Rangan was awarded for his investigations into the role of non-coding RNA in the fate of stem cells, whose improper differentiation has been linked to cancer and other diseases.

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