News Archive

The Libraries Invites All: Compete to be Scary in Two Sentences

University Libraries is attending to the horror literary genre this season with a competition not for the feinthearted — a 2-sentence horror story contest.

School of Business Symposium will Honor Local Business Committed to Sustainable Practices

A Community Celebration of ESG is set for Friday, along with the inaugural High Peaks Impact Award.

UAlbany School of Public Health Receives $3M from CDC to Aid Federal, State and Local Health Agencies

The School of Public Health received nearly $3 million in supplemental funding from the CDC to scale up its mathematical modeling work.

Leadership series to host a conversation with New York’s senate majority leader

Andrea Stewart-Cousins will the first guest of this semester's Leading Questions series.

The Theatre Season Opens as Student Works Embrace Imagination and Discovery

Imagination, discovery and experimentation take stage center as the Theatre Program presents New Play Arena, selected moments from two student one-act works in progress. Eight public performances will take place at the Performing Arts Center’s (PAC’s) Arena Theatre from this Friday through Oct. 23.

5 Questions With CISO Jim Bole

Jim Bole, UAlbany’s newly appointed Chief Information Security Officer, answers questions about Cybersecurity month and steps you can take to remain "cybersafe."

Back on Campus: UAlbany’s Homecoming Returns

UAlbany alumni “return home” to the Uptown Campus on Saturday, Oct. 16, for an in-person Homecoming football game day celebration, with pregame festivities beginning at 1 p.m. and the Great Danes taking on Villanova at 3:30 p.m.

UAlbany and SUNY Poly Announce New Education Partnership

MOU allows student from UAlbany and SUNY Poly to take classes on each others' campuses as visiting students.

5 Questions with UPD Chief Paul Burlingame

A 19-year veteran of the University Police Department, Burlingame was sworn in as chief last week.

UAlbany Receives $1M for Program to Prevent HIV and Substance Abuse

The University at Albany has been awarded nearly $1 million for the creation of a five-year, comprehensive program aimed at preventing HIV infections and substance use disorders among students

President’s Council Meeting Focuses on Collaborative Research

President Rodríguez and Provost Kim invited a panel of four faculty members to discuss the interdisciplinary nature of their work and research.

UAlbany Experts Discuss Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Several campus experts are offering insight on the importance of Cybersecurity Awareness Month and how to best protect yourself against cybercrimes.