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Faculty Experts: Rising Tensions over Ukraine

As the potential for another military conflict rises in Ukraine, the University at Albany has faculty experts that are available to discuss the history, buildup and implications for Russia’s actions.

8th Annual RNA Institute Symposium Features Trailblazers in the Science

Two American pioneers in RNA science headline the University’s 8th Annual RNA Institute Symposium, which takes place March 17-18 at the Life Sciences Research Building.

CTG UAlbany Launches Toolbox to Support Libraries in Developing Smart Cities

A research team by CTG UAlbany has examined how public libraries have the potential to contribute to smart cities and communities by developing smart citizens, enabling citizen participation and providing an innovation environment. The result is the launch of CTG UAlbany’s Public Libraries in Smart Cities and Communities Toolbox.

5 Questions with Thenkurussi (Kesh) Kesavadas

Kesavadas officially joined the University at Albany community this week as the new vice president for research and economic development.

New Study: Meat May Not Have Made Us Human, After All

The importance of meat-eating in human evolution is being challenged by a new study from a team of five paleoanthropologists that includes the UAlbany’s John Rowan.

5 Questions with Faculty: Marcie Fraser

Marcie Fraser joined CEHC last fall as the new instructor for the Questar III BOCES New Visions: Emergency Preparedness, Informatics, Cyber and Homeland Security (EPICH) program.

CEHC Capstone Partners Students with New York City Emergency Management

Students worked on a semester-long project to help NYCEM prepare for its annual citywide continuity of operations virtual conference in December 2021.