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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‘State of Grace’ Returns to Campus to Celebrate Women in Tech
The three-day conference, which is organized by CEHC Vice Dean Jennifer Goodall, celebrates women in science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.
CEHC Students, Staff Offer Emergency Assistance in Response to Ida
Three members of the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity (CEHC) community answered the call for help earlier this month when the remnants of Hurricane Ida battered the Northeast.
CEHC Dean Robert Griffin Recounts the Pentagon Response on 9/11
Griffin was among the first responders in the Washington, D.C. area. He spoke with WAMC's Jim Levulis about his memories from that day.
Group of UAlbany Alumni Unveil 9/11 Memorial Bench Ahead of 20th Anniversary
The bench sits on the new walking path to ETEC on the Uptown Campus, directly behind the Boor Sculpture Studio.
A Look Inside ETEC as Faculty, Staff Move into New Offices
After eight years of planning and three years of construction, UAlbany’s $180 million, 245,000 square-foot ETEC complex is welcoming its first tenants.