CEHC Students, Staff Offer Emergency Assistance in Response to Ida
Three members of the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity (CEHC) community answered the call for help earlier this month when the remnants of Hurricane Ida battered the Northeast.
MPH Student Focuses on Dementia and Alzheimer’s through Research & Internship Positions
Cassie Kane, a School of Public Health student earning a Master of Public Health (MPH) and a Graduate Certificate in Maternal and Child Health, isn’t waiting until her education is complete to dedicate herself to work supporting caregivers of those living with Alzheimer’s Disease or other forms of dementia.
A UAlbany Summer: NASA Technologist
An Electrical and Computer Engineering PhD student is spending this summer working as a visiting technologist for NASA, part of a prestigious fellowship program awarded to fewer than 60 people per year who show significant potential to contribute to NASA’s goal of creating innovative new space technologies.
Software and Security: An Internship with Google
Cybersecurity major Raphael Karger is spending his summer writing code and software design documents, a step toward his goal of becoming a security engineer.
5 Questions with Mya Darsan
Junior biology and environmental science student Mya Darsan is dedicating her summer to protecting the endangered piping plovers, a species important in maintaining biodiversity in an ecosystem.
A Summer Writing Internship Neatly Follows Max Weissman’s Script
Max Weissman’s stint as a writer for an online entertainment magazine is getting him up close to some of the rich and famous. But for him, it's the measure of himself as a journalist that matters most.
School of Social Welfare Interns Ease Isolation for Older Adults, Veterans During COVID-19
Jennifer Casale, a native of Tennessee, and Nicole Gardy of Schenectady, both second-year MSW students, have internships through the Internships In Aging Project to help older adults and veterans stay connected to health care services during COVID-19. Casale interns at the Albany Stratton VA Medical Center, and Gardy at the Alzheimer’s Association of Albany.
UAlbany Among Peace Corps' Top 10 Peace Corps Prep Certificate Institutions
The program centers on empowering students to prepare themselves to be the best Peace Corps volunteer they can be and is an opportunity for colleges and universities to globalize their campuses through a partnership with the Peace Corps. This diversity-focused program enhances students’ undergraduate experience by preparing them for international development fieldwork and potential Peace Corps service.