Study Ranks Information Technology 59th in the World for Research The ranking is based on the number of publications in the top eight Information Systems journals over the last 3 years. The list is created by senior scholars in the Association for Information Systems (AIS). AIS is the premier professional association for individuals and organizations who lead the research, teaching, practice, and study of information systems worldwide.
Report Finds Female Judges Filling More Seats on U.S. State Benches
Women's share of the nation's state judgeships in 2012 rose 0.7 percent over its 2011 level, but women's representation on the nation's federal benches dropped 0.1 percent, according to a report released by the Center for Women in Government & Civil Society (CWGCS) at the University at Albany's Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy.
Criminal Justice Researchers Explore Moral and Legal Ramifications of Wrongful Convictions
Given that more than one million felony convictions and considerably more misdemeanor convictions occur annually, the number of persons wrongly convicted is potentially staggering. University at Albany researchers James R. Acker and Allison D. Redlich delve into this complicated subject matter in their new book, Wrongful Conviction: Law, Science, and Policy.
Professor's Study is One of Five to Examine Home Care of Older Adults
University at Albany Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management Timothy Hoff has been awarded a $100,000 research grant from the federal Agency for Healthcare Policy and Research (AHRQ) to support a study examining patient-centered medical home (PCMH) care for older adult patients within primary care settings.
Study Examines Chemical in Paper
Kurunthachalam Kannan, professor of Environmental Health Sciences at the School of Public Health and research scientist at the Wadsworth Center at the New York State Department of Health, co-authored a study in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.