Applebee Award Honors Research on Children’s Voices in Multimodality
The Arthur Applebee Award for Excellence in Research on Literacy, made possible through a UAlbany endowment established in memory of Distinguished Professor Arthur Applebee, is given annually to honor an outstanding and influential article in literacy research published in a refereed journal in the previous calendar year. David E. Low and Jessica Z. Pandya have been honored for their research this year.
UAlbany Spotlights Senior Faculty for Research, Creative Arts and Scholarship
As part of Research and Entrepreneurship week, the University at Albany hosted a senior faculty recognition ceremony on Oct. 17.
Six UAlbany Faculty Appointed to New Named Professorships
The new positions were established thanks to the generosity of the Massry family, William Newman ’81 and Linda Ackner-Newman ’83 MSW, and generous bequests from the estate of Margaret Raycheff-Williams ’44 and Roy O. Williams, increasing the total number of named academic positions at UAlbany from four to 16, of which 10 are currently occupied.
Meet Our New Faculty and Staff 2023-24
We welcome the energy and inquiry our new faculty and staff bring to the School of Education. Their research includes AI supporting students and teachers, educational practices and policies, higher education experiences and outcomes, the power of mindfulness on resilience and well-being of educators and students, and more.
Five Questions with Dolores Cimini on Sports Betting, Problem Gambling
We recently caught up with Dolores Cimini to learn more the compulsive side of sports betting and resources that are available to assist those struggling to curb problematic gambling behavior.
Noteworthy: Research grants, awards and publications
The latest developments on University at Albany faculty and staff who are receiving research grants, awards and other noteworthy attention.
New Faculty Introduce Their Work at Rapid-Fire Pecha Kucha
Thirty-two newly hired faculty introduced themselves and their work Monday at a Pecha Kucha, a rapid series of one-minute, one-slide presentations.
UAlbany Summer: PhD Student Teaches In-Demand Languages to High Schoolers, Refugees
This summer, Maria Goebert participated in two programs designed to furnish students and refugees with critical foreign language skills.