Our rigorous academic programs – helmed by expert and experienced faculty – are helping to shape future leaders in the fields of preparedness, security and informatics. CEHC offers undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and continuing education programs in areas leading to careers in emergency preparedness, homeland security, cybersecurity, informatics, information science and library science.
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Interdisciplinary Town Hall Looked at Lessons Learned, Ways to Move Forward
The School of Public Health, School of Social Welfare and College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity teamed up for a town hall discussion on the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
5 Questions with Faculty: Michitake Aso
Mitch Aso of History will be teaching a new course this fall that studies the past to help understand current challenges — in this case, the global COVID-19 pandemic.
UAlbany Esports Partners with Wounded Warrior Project to Host Virtual Gaming Exhibition
Students connected with service members from across the country during a virtual gaming exhibition.
UAlbany CEHC hosts virtual showcase
The virtual showcase represents CEHC course projects contributed by undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the following programs: archives and record administration, cybersecurity, data analytics, emergency preparedness, homeland security, informatics, information management and technology, information science, information technology, intelligence analysis, interactive user experience, library and information services, school library and software development.
New York Celebration of Women in Computing Goes Virtual, April 9-10
The annual event encourages the growth of women in STEM fields by exploring career opportunities and offering connections with leaders in business, industry and academia.