Study: Minority Students Faced Greater Barriers to In-School Instruction During Pandemic
UAlbany researchers study finds that white students were provided in-person instruction 31 percent of the time while just 6 percent of black students were provided in-person instruction during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oceanographer Shares Her Research through Artistic Expression
Sujata Murty, an assistant professor in the Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, partnered with a composite photographer to visualize her dives in the Indonesian Seas and Pacific Ocean.
Two Cellular Scientists Rewarded as ‘Early Stage Investigators’
Two UAlbany scientists making strides in their independent research have received robust financial encouragement from the NIH to make critically important breakthroughs in the effort to reveal cellular causes of disease and to create novel therapeutics.
CTG UAlbany Partners with New York State on Water Quality Data Analytics
Center for Technology in Government has helped New York's Department of Environmental Conservation develop a Water Quality Data Analytics prototype, which will allow them to compile, process and manage water quality information.
How Students Are Spending Their UAlbany Summer 2021
Despite ongoing limitations due to COVID-19, UAlbany students are finding ways to gain valuable experiences this summer through a variety of internships and applied learning opportunities.