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Andy Berglund Named Inaugural Recipient of the Keith Hynes Endowed Professorship in STEM
The new endowed professorship is designed to support research that is actively seeking answers to many of society’s most pressing challenges.
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UAlbany Tropical Weather Researchers Share Thoughts on 2024 Hurricane Season
Forecasters are expecting a busy 2024 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially kicks off on June 1 and runs through the end of November.
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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.
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SPH Study: Health Workforce Shortages Persist in New York State
A new report by UAlbany’s Center for Health Workforce Studies sheds light on the state of the health care workforce in New York.
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UAlbany, College of Saint Rose Reach Agreement to Transfer Student Academic Records
The University at Albany and The College of Saint Rose have reached an agreement to transfer the academic records of current and former Saint Rose students to the University over the course of the next seven months.
UAlbany Unveils New CNSE Building in Renovated Former Albany High School
In UAlbany’s most significant expansion in midtown since the Downtown Campus was completed in 1929, the college’s Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering began moving into the renovated south wing last week, following the dean’s office in February, marking the halfway point of the transformational project and the return of students and educators to the 112-year-old building for the first time in more than a decade.
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Phi Beta Kappa Celebrates 50 Years at UAlbany with New Inductees
Phi Beta Kappa at UAlbany celebrated its 50th anniversary on May 9 as it honored its newest members of undergraduate students who were welcomed into the society. This year’s new members include 46 students from UAlbany who are all members of the graduating class of 2024.