UAlbany Students Reflect on AAPI Heritage Month
Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, which takes place from May 1 to May 31, celebrates the contributions of people of Asian and Pacific Islander descent to U.S. history and culture.
UAlbany Faculty and Staff Honored With Chancellor’s Awards
Chancellor’s Award winners from 2022-2023, as well as the two years prior, will be celebrated at a reception in September.
Noteworthy: Research grants, awards and publications
The latest developments on University at Albany faculty and staff who are receiving research grants, awards and other noteworthy attention.
SCJ Study Finds State’s Bail Reform Law Did Not Increase Crime
New York’s bail reform law had a negligible effect on crime, a School of Criminal Justice study found.
UAlbany Professor Awarded Yale Fellowship for Research on Ukrainian Liturgy
Nadia Kizenko, a professor of history and director of the Religious Studies Program at UAlbany, has always been fascinated by questions related to liturgy. This fall, she will have the chance to blend that interest with her expertise in Russian and Ukrainian history, culture and religion as a Fellow of the Yale Institute of Sacred Music (ISM), where she will study changes in Orthodox liturgy in Ukraine after the fall of the Soviet Union and especially in response to Russia’s invasion in February 2022.
UAlbany Receives $4.8M Award to Research Substance Use, Problem Gambling Among College Students
The University at Albany has been awarded $936,414 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Center for Substance Abuse Treatment to test and advance best practices that address problem gambling among college students, Congressman Paul Tonko announced.
CEHC Adds New Research Labs in Open Source Intelligence, Smart Device Security
The two new labs add to CEHC's growing research ecosystem.