UAlbany, Special Olympics New York Team Up to Advance Campus Inclusivity
A partnership between the Special Olympics Club, Office of Campus Recreation and Special Olympics New York is growing through unified programming.
Project to Improve Gender Equity in STEM Makes Strides in First Year
UAlbany’s project to recruit and retain women and women of color in the STEM fields has already resulted in nearly a dozen grants, awards and funding for postdoc visits – all in the first year.
Actor and Author Sonia Manzano Will Appear this Spring in the Creative Life Series
Best known for playing Maria on Sesame Street for nearly five decades, Manzano is also the author of children's books, young adult fiction, TV scripts and a memoir.
UAlbany Recognized for Support of First-Gen Students
The University received designation as a First-gen Forward institution from NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, and the Center for First-generation Student Success.
Touhey Library Equity Fellows Gaining Experience at Albany Public Library
Two CEHC Information Science graduate students are getting hands-on experience as interns at Albany Public Library through the Touhey Library Equity Fellowship.
Professor’s Research of Harriet Tubman’s Life and Legacy Spurs Bicentennial Project in Ms.
Janell Hobson was the editor and wrote the introduction to Tubman 200: The Harriet Tubman Bicentennial Project, a month-long commemoration through Ms. magazine, in print and an interactive online site.
Meet UAlbany’s New EOP Director, Melissa Cedeño
Cedeño has been a teacher, principal, school founder and advocate for education reform for the past 25 years.
Cybersecurity Professor Inspires Ghanaian Students to Pursue Their Dreams
CEHC's Benjamin Yankson is leading Global CyberTech Exchange, a fully volunteer operation where experts, teachers, community members and students from around the world exchange technology and cyber knowledge and expertise to improve global security posture.