An Uplifting Journey for Graduate Student Erica Graham
Graduate student Erica Graham has charted a distinctive course as she nears completion of her doctorate in nanonengineering. As a student of both the University at Albany and SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Graham's status provided her with the opportunity to study the advance field of silicon photonics, while also co-founding UAlbany's Graduate Students of Color Organization. Through this organization, Graham has helped address issues such as underrepresentation in various graduate programs while providing a supportive environment for her fellow students.
UAlbany Expands the Capital Region’s Academic R&D Footprint
The Capital Region’s academic research and development footprint spanned 1.5 million square feet in 2019 and will soon stretch even further – thanks in large part to the University at Albany.
Virtual Conversations to Understand and Eliminate Minority Health Disparities
A UAlbany team is partnering with the Healthcare Association of New York State to present a series designed to facilitate conversations in understanding and eliminating minority health disparities.
Welcome Back: Get Tested and Wear Your Mask
Mask wearing, weekly testing, physical distancing, hybrid classrooms – campus life during the spring semester will continue to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the recent release of a vaccination gives us hope for the future, here are some of the precautions we all need to continue to keep our community safe and our campus open.