UAlbany Welcomes 40 New Faculty This Fall
The University at Albany is welcoming 40 new faculty this fall, including 18 who specialize in artificial intelligence. The hires are part of an unprecedented hiring push to add 49 new faculty this year, including 27 who specialize in artificial intelligence-related disciplines as part of UAlbany’s AI Plus initiative to embed teaching and research about AI across all academic programs.
Advancing Opportunities for Women in Engineering
Engineering students from UAlbany were recently provided with the opportunity to attend the Society of Women Engineers conference in Connecticut thanks to the support of Lori Peppe Trezza, Class of 1983.
How Haptic Technology is Bringing Cell Research to our Fingertips
Researchers at the University at Albany, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the University of Iowa are collaborating on a project that will provide students a way to engage on a tactile level with a biological cell.
5 Questions with CEAS Dean Michele J. Grimm
In July of this year, the University at Albany named biomedical engineer Michele J. Grimm as dean of UAlbany's College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) after a national search. Dean Grimm offers insights on what lies in store for the future at CEAS.
CTG UAlbany Welcomes New Faculty Fellows
CTG UAlbany’s new faculty fellows program is designed to serve as a platform of intellectual exchange and an appreciation for interdisciplinary scholarship. CTG UAlbany, which works with governments worldwide transforming public services through innovations in technology, policy and management, has maintained a roster of research fellows since its founding nearly 30 years ago.