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New Cybersecurity Response Studio Wins $1.25M in Federal Funding
The initiative will bring cyber and crisis management researchers from across campus together to support training and simulation exercises for public, private and non-profit sector partners.
'Words Before All Else:' Indigenous Students Record Thanksgiving Address
The address, which has deep meaning to the people of the Six Nations of Upstate New York and Canada, also known as the Iroquois, was recorded in Mohawk.
UAlbany Whiteface Mountain Field Station Installs Highest Webcam in New York Ahead of Total Eclipse
Located at 4,867 feet above sea level, the field station has a new webcam at the top of its observatory that is available to the public via YouTube.
‘Collective Remittances’ Help Migrants Settle, Send Funds Home
In a new article published in The Conversation, Susan Appe, associate professor of public administration and policy at UAlbany’s Rockefeller College, writes about “collective remittances” raised by hometown associations.
Sociology Professor Tapped for SUNY Civic Education and Discourse Fellowship
Angie Chug was one of 10 faculty members across SUNY named to the fellowship program, designed to boost civic engagement and discourse among students, faculty and staff.
Op-Ed: Empire AI Will Boost Tech Leadership, Protect Public's Interests
In an op-ed in the Times Union, President Havidán Rodríguez said that Gov. Kathy Hochul’s proposed $275 million investment in the Empire AI consortium, will ensure that AI is developed responsibly and ethically, to benefit all New Yorkers.
CEHC Hosts Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York to Earn Cybersecurity Badges
The girls spent the day at ETEC participating in hands-on activities and discussions with CEHC students, faculty and staff.