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UAlbany Atmospheric Scientist Shares Thoughts on El Niño in The Conversation
Paul Roundy explains the impact of El Niño and what to expect through the rest of 2024.
UAlbany Named One of Top 10 Fulbright Producing Institutions
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs recognized the University at Albany for being one of the colleges and universities with the highest number of faculty and administrators selected for the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program in the doctoral institution category.
Investing in an AI Future: A Q&A with Eric Stern
Eric Stern was named the interim director of UAlbany's Institute for Artificial Intelligence in December.
STEM & Nanotechnology Family Day Spotlights Student Learning
UAlbany welcomed K-12 students from throughout the Capital Region on Saturday, Feb. 10 to STEM and Nanotechnology Family Day, where they learned about how nanotechnology is making a difference in our lives through demonstrations, tours and a host of educational activities.
‘Conceptualizing, Implementing and Sustaining Inclusive Spaces’ Workshop and Speaker Series
UAlbany’s Writing and Critical Inquiry Program is poised to kick off the “Conceptualizing, Implementing and Sustaining Inclusive Spaces” workshop and speaker series, which will run through the Spring 2024 semester, with events open to UAlbany students, faculty and staff, and the broader community.
UAlbany’s School of Education Ranks #4 for Online Master’s in Education Programs
The school has placed in the top 10 programs nationwide for eight years in a row and continues to be the top-ranked program in New York and the Northeast region.
UAlbany Partners on New U.S. Artificial Intelligence Safety Institute Consortium
The consortium is made up of leaders in the AI community from academia, government agencies, tech companies, and non-profit organizations.