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Two smiling young women crouch on a sidewalk next to a blue metal box containing period products. A rainbow and the words “Free” and “Gratis” are painted on the front of the box. A glass window displays period products inside.
School of Public Health Students Address Period Poverty in the Capital Region
University at Albany Master of Public Health students Brynn Watkins and Claire Jennings, together with UAlbany alum Annabelle Reiseler, are expanding access to menstrual products and education throughout the Capital Region.
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David Rousseau, David Smith named Collins Fellows
David Rousseau, associate professor in the Department of Political Science, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, and David Smith, professor and chair of the Department of Finance in the Massry School of Business, have been named Collins Fellows for 2024.
Coaches pose with members of the softball team, smiling and raising index fingers to indicate "No. 1," with the America East trophy and a sign reading "America East Softball Champions."
Great Danes Advance to NCAA Softball Tournament
The UAlbany softball team claimed a shutout victory in the America East championship on Saturday against UMass Lowell, earning the automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. The Great Danes are traveling to College Station, Texas, where they will square off in a regional against Penn State, Texas State and hosts Texas A&M.
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UAlbany Celebrates Class of 2024
The University at Albany’s new graduates have officially joined the ranks of more than 200,000 alumni worldwide.
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UAlbany MFA Student Wins $7,000 Thayer Fellowship
Sean Desiree, a recent graduate of UAlbany’s MFA program in Studio Art, won a $7,000 Thayer Fellowship from the State University of New York to support their pursuit of a career in the arts.
Four young people, two men and two women, stand together holding instruments to collect and record water quality measurements. One of the women is holding a gray electronic device connected to wires with probes placed in a water bottle held by a man wearing blue gloves. The second woman looks on, holding a clipboard and pen. The second man, wearing a plaid shirt instructs the group.
SPH Seniors Test the Waters of Environmental Health Field Research
UAlbany seniors in the School of Public Health visited the NYS Capitol to try their hand at field research and discover what it would be like to work as a scientist at the NYS Department of Heath’s Center for Environmental Health and the Wadsworth Center.
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UAlbany Scientists Receive USDA Funding to Develop Color-Changing Salmonella Detection Kit
The funding will enable UAlbany researchers to develop a portable, fast-acting test that will reduce sample processing times from days to hours