In one month, two colleges at the University at Albany have donated 2,556 face shields to New York’s frontline health workers and emergency first responders.
Add 3-D printers to the list of weapons being used in the fight against the spread of COVID-19. ECE Professor Jonathan Muckell leads a team of volunteers from across the college who are producing face shields to meet the need.
As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in New York, students, faculty and staff at UAlbany are helping meet shortages in PPE for hospital personnel and other first responders across the state.
Computer Science Data Analytics student Reese Johnson has been accepted into General Electric’s (GE) Digital Technology Leadership Program (DTLP) upon graduation; a program that can give his early career a boost and set him on a clear path for professional success.
Computer Science Professor Siwei Lyu testified before members of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology at the "Online Imposters and Disinformation" hearing.
ALBANY, N.Y. (June 27, 2019) — Online education is becoming increasingly available and trusted by both employers and students, with many workers turning to it to advance their education and job prospects. Online courses, however, require self-regulation, and that often invites an impediment to learning success — procrastination.
Dr. Mariya Zheleva of Computer Science is the newest CEAS faculty member to receive the highly competitive NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award. Her research has promising implications for the future of spectrum-sharing.