UAlbany, Tunisia Partner in Journalism Program
The University at Albany, in partnership with Tunisia's Institut de Presse et des Sciences de l’Information (IPSI – The Press and Information Science Institute), which is responsible for training Tunisia’s next generation of media professionals, will develop and implement a master’s degree in investigative journalism.
National Weather Association Honors Lance Bosart
Distinguished Professor Lance Bosart received the National Weather Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award “for over 40 years of contributions to meteorology through operationally-relevant research, direct interactions with forecasters, and educating a generation of researchers, professors, forecasters, and NOAA employees.”
Chemist Eric Block Named AAAS Fellow
University at Albany chemistry professor Eric Block has been named a fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the leading international organization dedicated to the advancement of science.
Patrick Nold Receives Rome Prize
Patrick Nold of the Department of History has won the Rome Prize is a fellowship that is awarded to an eclectic group of approximately 30 individuals in the arts and humanities – architects, artists, designers, and musicians, along with scholars of ancient, medieval, renaissance, and modern Italian studies.
Doctoral Student Paves Way for Family in the Dominican Republic
The family of 2013 graduate Lissette Acosta-Corniel struggled to make a new life in the United States. She made a promise to her 10-year-old sister who remained in the Dominican Republic to pursue a college degree and make a better life than the poverty-stricken one she left behind.