News Archive

Noteworthy: Research grants, awards and publications

September, 2022, notifications of UAlbany faculty awards and publications

CEHC, Rockefeller College Researchers Partner to Help Combat the Global Threat of Bioterrorism

Since 2020, the U.S. Department of State (DOS) has awarded $2.1 million for a series of projects that partners homeland security and international affairs researchers at UAlbany.

Study: Arctic Sea Ice Loss Leads to More Frequent Strong El Niño Events

The amount of sea ice that survives the Arctic summer has declined 13 percent per decade since the late 1970s.

PAC Season Lineup Brings Local Artists, Audiences and Issues to Campus

The University at Albany’s Performing Arts Center is hoping to engage local artists and audiences like never before this season as it seeks to offset two years of pandemic-related losses and other impacts to artists and creatives.

Indigenous Students to Host Vigil Honoring Residential School Survivors

The Indigenous Student Association at the University at Albany will host a vigil this Friday in remembrance of the children who died while attending Indian Residential Schools in the U.S. and Canada.

Podcast: Taking Steps to Advance Sustainability

Ecological economist and Director of the University at Albany Office of Sustainability Mary Ellen Mallia shares steps everyone can take to advance sustainability.

CEHC Hosts ‘State of Grace’ Conference to Celebrate Women Technologists

The annual event offers a variety of discussions and workshops tailored to help women succeed in STEAM fields.

New BILPOC Faculty Mentoring Group Launches at UAlbany

BILPOC faculty mentoring group centers community building, skill sharing and professional development

Hurricane Fiona Tests Puerto Rico’s Resilience: A Q&A with President Rodríguez

President Rodríguez is a native of Puerto Rico and a leading expert in disaster science.

Junior First to Represent UAlbany at Major Korean Studies Conference

A University at Albany junior was selected to present her original research on the LGBTQ+ community in South Korea at a major Korean Studies conference held at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Junior First to Represent UAlbany at Major Korean Studies Conference

A University at Albany junior was selected to present her original research on the LGBTQ+ community in South Korea at a major Korean Studies conference held at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

UAlbany Grad, Army Officer Committed to Serving

UAlbany graduate Maya Blanchet turned adversity into motivation, graduating with a degree in emergency preparedness, homeland security and cybersecurity and earning her commission through the ROTC program as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army.