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Composite image featuring portraits of the three laureates against a gray background. From left to right: Sen. Neil D. Breslin (Community Laureate), Gloria DeSole ’59, PhD ’69 (Community Laureate), and Elga Wulfert, PhD (Academic Laureate). Sen Breslin is wearing a dark blue suit and red tie, with and American flag behind him. Gloria DeSole is wearing a bark blue jacket with gold trim and a black scarf. Elga Wulfert is wearing a dark blue blazer and striped shirt.
University at Albany Foundation Announces 2024 Citizen Laureates
Senator Neil Breslin, Gloria DeSole, PhD and Elga Wulfert, PhD, have been named 2024 Citizen Laureates by The University at Albany Foundation.
UAlbany alum Grace Claxton embraces her son, Thyree, while holding a Puerto Rican flag. Claxton is representing Puerto Rico at the 2024 Paris Olympics.
UAlbany Hall of Famer Claxton Embraces Motherhood, Olympics
Entering her second Olympic Games representing Puerto Rico, University at Albany alum Grace Claxton fondly remembers her time as a Great Dane. Eight years after competing in the 400 hurdles at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, much has changed for Claxton as she balances being a new mom with training for Paris.
A photo taken from an elevated position showing two flashes of lightning, one of which is striking a rectangular tower in the distance.
In a flash, an iconic image of UAlbany
Mohawk Tower was likely struck by lightning Tuesday when damaging storms unleashed six cloud-to-ground lightning strikes on or near the Uptown Campus within two minutes.
Four students wear harness gear for a high ropes course and pose for a picture in the woods.
UAlbany’s Incoming EOP Class Hears From UAlbany Alum, State Police Superintendent at Wilderness Outing
On Friday, UAlbany welcomed 160 freshmen who are part of its Educational Opportunity Program to Thacher Park in Voorheesville for an ecotherapy outing that included team building and career exploration activities.
Angel Ford meets with a group of students inside a classroom on Pemba Island, Tanzania.
Empowering Teachers in Tanzania: 5 Questions with Angel Ford
Ford is in Zanzibar, Tanzania, working with K-12 teachers on Pemba Island to improve their learning environments and develop an English language curriculum.
Abby Greco stands below the Saturn V rocket on display at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. She is spending the summer working at Space Camp, which is on the grounds of the center.
UAlbany Summer: Physics Major Teaching STEM at Space Camp
Abby Greco, a rising junior and physics major at UAlbany, is teaching 9-to-14-year-olds all about science and technology at Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama this summer.
Associate Professor of Nanobioscience Ben Boivin wearing a white lab coat and blue shirt and glasses stands in his lab in front of a cabinet with clear glass panels and numerous white bottles with red caps.
UAlbany Scientist Awarded More Than $4 Million to Study Disease Progression in Mammalian Cells
UAlbany Associate Professor of Nanobioscience Ben Boivin from the Department of Nanoscale Science and Engineering has been awarded more than $4 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to further explore the role of PTPs in disease progression.