A Remarkable Student Achiever Leaves UAlbany a Lasting Gift
Before graduating in May, the highly honored Simone Hassan-Bey launched a scholarship for UAlbany students who, like herself, exhibit resilience and service to Black, Indigenous and People of Color communities.
A Community Celebration of Environmental Social Governance
The inaugural ESG symposium will discuss how businesses integrate environmental social governance into their strategies and operations. The event will conclude with the presentation of the 2021 High Peaks Impact Awards. The event will be held Friday, October 15, 2021 from 1:00pm -6:00pm in the Massry Center for Business.
Forging New Pathways of Success
UAlbany President Havidán Rodríguez, Hudson Valley President Roger Ramsammy and Albany Law School President and Dean Alicia Ouellette prepare to unveil a new program on Wednesday, Aug. 25, designed to expand opportunities for students throughout New York and beyond.
Software and Security: An Internship with Google
Cybersecurity major Raphael Karger is spending his summer writing code and software design documents, a step toward his goal of becoming a security engineer.
In response to a new initiative by the dean’s office to encourage cross-discipline research collaborations in the School of Business, three faculty studied the effect of the politicization of health science on vaccine hesitancy.
Climate Committee Makes Progress
It was a year of exploration and action for the School of Business Climate Committee. A diverse group of faculty and staff moved ahead, quickly understanding that the school is taking the first steps on a long road.
Direct Admit Grows
The Direct Admit program, which guarantees top high school students admission to their School of Business major after they complete their prerequisite courses, will enroll nearly 250 students this fall. According to Dean Nilanjan Sen, this Direct Admit class shows a 50% increase over 2019.
Maloney, Crnkovic and Miesing Retire
The trio have long careers at the School of Business.