UAlbany Atmospheric Scientists Partner on NSF Project to Monitor Atmosphere-Ocean Carbon Dioxide Exchange
The project could soon offer a new buoy-based observational tool to improve predictions of the ocean's impact on the carbon cycle.
UAlbany Launches Combined Program in Art History, Information Science
The University at Albany has launched a combined degree program for art history majors interested in completing a master’s degree in information science on an accelerated timeline.
MPH Student Evaluates Public Health Programs in Ddegeya Village, Uganda
For the past three months, Master of Public Health student Zari Ward interned with Engeye Health Clinic in Ddegeya Village, Uganda, where she evaluated the progress and success of public health programs.
UAlbany Summer: PIRE Students Explore Brazilian Caves to Study Climate Change History
Seven students in the Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences spent the end of their summer exploring the caves of Brazil to help scientists study global climate change over the last millennium.
UAlbany Summer: History Major Researches Local Underground Railroad Activity
Maxam Daniels, a senior majoring in history at UAlbany, spent his summer researching freedom seekers who passed through Albany on the Underground Railroad.
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.
How Students Spent Their UAlbany Summer 2023
Even when classes are not in session, UAlbany students find ways to gain valuable experience.
Paleoclimate Lab Researchers Use NSF Support to Study Climate Change Past
The lab has received nearly $800,000 in new support from the National Science Foundation to focus on the South Asia and Middle East regions.