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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UAlbany Announced as Partner on $208 Million NOAA Severe Weather Research Institute
The institute will be led by the University of Oklahoma and comprised of a number of partnering institutions including UAlbany, Howard University, Penn State and Texas Tech.
New York State Legislative Delegation Tours ETEC
Supportive members of the State Legislature, including Senators Michelle Hinchey and Neil Breslin and Assemblymember Patricia Fahy, visited campus to view the latest progress of ETEC’s construction.
Four Tapped for Spring Terra Awards
Two students, a staff and faculty members are being honored with this spring’s Terra Awards for their commitment to a greener UAlbany.
NEH Grant Supports Efforts to Integrate History into CEHC, SPH Undergraduate Courses
The new funding will be used to create a unique partnership between the Department of History, CEHC and SPH.
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.