A Grad Student Explores the Psychology behind a COVID-19 Era Video Game Mega Hit
One clear winner during the COVID-19 pandemic has been Nintendo, particularly with its life simulation video game released in March, “Animal Crossings: New Horizons,” selling more than 26 million copies to date, the best showing in the Animal Crossing series and the 28th best-selling video game in history.
Master’s Student from Malaysia Makes the Final 10 for a $1M Global Teacher Prize
Malaysian teacher Samuel Isaiah, a master’s student in Educational Policy & Leadership with a Global Comparative Education Policy concentration, has been named a top 10 finalist for the Global Teacher Prize 2020.
School of Social Welfare Interns Ease Isolation for Older Adults, Veterans During COVID-19
Two School of Social Welfare Internships In Aging graduate interns are helping older adults and veterans stay connected to health care services during COVID-19.
SUNY Student Assembly Elects Great Danes into Leadership
The Student Assembly of the State University of New York (SUNY SA) will be led by Great Danes this academic year.
Q&A: COVID-19 Through the Eyes of Social Workers
Three social workers who earned their graduate degree from UAlbany discuss their experiences working through the pandemic.