UAlbany Senior Starring in ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’ at theREP
Isabel Sanchez, a UAlbany senior majoring in theatre and education, landed a role in the hit Broadway play, What the Constitution Means to Me, which will be showing at the Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany now through Oct. 8.
UAlbany to Host CNU’s New York State Housing Summit
The New York chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism is convening community leaders from across the state in October.
Five Questions with UPD's Roxy
Roxy, a 1-year-old black Labrador retriever is the newest member of the University Police Department. Her patrol partner is Officer Kenneth Faath. Roxy and Officer Faath are part of UAlbany's Community Response Unit, specially trained and dedicated to assisting individuals experiencing trauma or mental crisis.
‘Feeling Sorry Changes Nothing’ – Student Group Works To End Human Trafficking
UAlbany Students Stopping Trafficking of People (SSTOP) is an organization committed to raising awareness and sharing tools to end human trafficking and aid survivors of the crime, which has 27 million worlwide victims at any given time.
UAlbany Summer: PhD Student Teaches In-Demand Languages to High Schoolers, Refugees
This summer, Maria Goebert participated in two programs designed to furnish students and refugees with critical foreign language skills.
UAlbany Summer: History Major Researches Local Underground Railroad Activity
Maxam Daniels, a senior majoring in history at UAlbany, spent his summer researching freedom seekers who passed through Albany on the Underground Railroad.
UAlbany Summer: PIRE Students Explore Brazilian Caves to Study Climate Change History
Seven students in the Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences spent the end of their summer exploring the caves of Brazil to help scientists study global climate change over the last millennium.