News Archive

A Stipend Program Spurs Students to Pursue Research through the Summer

The pilot Summer Stipend Program will help UAlbany students choose research over summer jobs.

New York Budget Offers Major Boost to UAlbany’s Center of Excellence

Funding in the recently adopted state budget for the Center of Excellence in Weather and Climate Analytics increased from $250,000 to $800,000, in turn offering more support for its research projects that are helping New Yorkers navigate increasingly extreme weather events.

NYS Writers Institute Announces Innovative Programming for Inaugural Albany Film Festival

Movie fans, filmmakers and authors are invited to join the New York State Writers Institute (NYSWI) at the inaugural Albany Film Festival, an eclectic program of virtual and in-person events exploring the intersection of writing and film to be presented April 24 through May 3.

UAlbany Announces In-Person, Virtual Commencements for Spring 2021

The University brings back some long-awaited familiarity next month when graduates from the Classes of 2020 and 2021 and their families and friends celebrate Commencement.

Events Honoring Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month and the Advocacy Center for Sexual Violence has full calendar of virtual events planned to advocate for and educate the campus community.

UAlbany Professor Appears in International Online Celebration of Russian Poetry

More than 50 Russian and Russian-American poets, scholars, translators and fans of Russian poetry, including Associate Professor Timothy Sergay of UAlbany, gathered over Zoom last month for Baratynsky Day, a five-hour international and multilingual celebration of Russian poetry.

So Many Reasons to Volunteer at UAlbany’s Vaccination PODs

More COVID-19 vaccination events are coming to campus, and volunteers are needed to help.

UAlbany Embraces Spring with Renewed Activities

With the arrival of spring, some safety restrictions are easing up and there are more outdoor activities available for the campus community.

New York Celebration of Women in Computing Goes Virtual, April 9-10

The annual event encourages the growth of women in STEM fields by exploring career opportunities and offering connections with leaders in business, industry and academia.

Virtual Events Celebrate National Public Health Week

The School of Public Health has a series of events planned this week as part of its annual celebration of National Public Health Week.

‘Take a Break Tuesday’ Events Planned to Encourage Short Breaks

In honor of Take a Break Tuesday today, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) encourages students to take a little bit of time for themselves.

Young literary stars discuss channeling the past year’s grief into words

UAlbany and RPI bring together three young writers to talk about channeling the pandemic's woes into art