Amid Harsh Times, UAlbany Pays Tribute to the AAPI Community
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month affords UAlbany time to reflect on the rich heritage and significant contributions of those in the greater Asian and Pacific descent communities, especially in the wake of an increase in unprovoked attacks upon these communities and new anti-hate legislation.
Psychologist and Educator Named Distinguished in Service by SUNY
Longtime UAlbany teachers, researchers and administrators Edelgard Wulfert of Psychology and Alan Wagner of Educational Policy & Leadership are promoted to SUNY’s highest faculty rank.
Interdisciplinary Town Hall Looked at Lessons Learned, Ways to Move Forward
The School of Public Health, School of Social Welfare and College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity teamed up for a town hall discussion on the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
President outlines brighter financial future in his Spring Address
After a challenging year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Spring University Address offered hope on the horizon, including a better than expected financial picture, and new investments in EOP and the climate Center of Excellence.
5 Questions with Faculty: Michitake Aso
Mitch Aso of History will be teaching a new course this fall that studies the past to help understand current challenges — in this case, the global COVID-19 pandemic.