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Study: Blacks' Anxiety in Police Encounters Could Lead to Miscarriages of Justice

New research shows that blacks concerned about being stereotyped as criminals in interactions with police officers could react in ways that lead to racial disparities in criminal justice outcomes.

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Utilizing Big Data to Advance Research in Psychology, Anthropology, Linguistics, and Sociology

UAlbany Computer Science Professor Tomek Strzalkowski, the director of UAlbany's Institute for Informatics, Logics and Security Studies (ILS), has been awarded $499,930 through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's Open Campus initiative to explore the manner in which new data capture techniques can help advance research in areas such as psychology, anthropology, linguistics, and sociology.

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Center for Health Workforce Studies Finds an Increasing Number of RN Graduations in New York

According to a recently released report from the University at Albany’s Center for Health Workforce Study (CHWS), the total number of RN graduations in the state has more than doubled since 2002.