Holland, MBA ’23, Named 2024 Entrepreneur in Residence
The Capital Region’s Small Business Development Center has named small business owner and 2023 Massry School of Business alum Jesse Holland as Entrepreneur in Residence for its Small Enterprise Economic Development (SEED) Program.
Plays, Talks, Film and Crafts Celebrate Black History Month on Campus
In celebration of Black History Month, the University and community present a wide range of events and gatherings.
Introducing the Inaugural Director of the Institute for Social and Health Equity: A Q&A with Professor Paul Morgan
Professor Paul Morgan, inaugural director of UAlbany's Institute for Social and Health Equity, shares insights on the importance of studying health disparities, his path to this research area and what drew him to the University.
Food, Fun and Basketball on Display at Big Purple Growl
More than 3,700 fans turned out for food, fun and basketball as the UAlbany Great Danes men took on UMBC on Saturday night at Broadview Center.
UAlbany Leadership Series Welcomes Judge Seth Marnin '92, '94
New York State Judge and UAlbany alumnus Seth Marnin will be the featured guest at the first Leading Questions event of the semester on Tuesday, Feb. 13.
UAlbany to Install First Computing Cluster of IBM Prototype Artificial Intelligence Hardware on a University Campus
The University at Albany announced it will be the first academic institution in the world to receive the IBM AIU, a prototype computing cluster specially designed by IBM Research for artificial intelligence applications.
Celebrating Science with STEM and Nanotechnology Family Day
THeCollege of Nanotechnology, Science, and Engineering is welcoming students from throughout the Capital Region on Saturday, Feb. 10, to STEM and Nanotechnology Family Day, a place to learn about how nanotechnology is making a difference in our lives now and in the future.