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ASRC’s Perez Earns International Award for Role in Renewable Energy Transition
Richard Perez, along with his son Marc, were recognized among the 2022 winners of the World CleanTech Awards.
UAlbany Music Program to Kick off March with Trio of Concerts
The University at Albany music program will present a trio of concerts during the first full week of March, with performances planned by the UAlbany Percussion Ensemble, the UAlbany Concert Band and the UAlbany Symphony Orchestra.
‘Radical Empathy’ author Terri Givens to speak at annual MLK celebration
Givens's visit includes a discussion with students whose coursework includes her book and a Q&A after her talk at the evening event, which will remarks from President Rodríguez and a poem written and recited by 9-year-old Kayden Hern, who spoke at Gov. Hochul's inauguration in January.
Libraries Celebrate Digital Learning with ‘Love Data Week’
From predicting the weather with machine learning to exploring the world of data visualizations, University Libraries at UAlbany has a host of activities scheduled to celebrate “Love Data Week” from Feb. 13-17.
UAlbany Awarded $1.16M Grant to Support Adult Learners
The University at Albany has received $232,050 from the U.S. Department of Education to establish an Educational Opportunity Centers (EOC) Program, aimed at helping qualified adults enter or continue in higher education.
UAlbany Professor Appears on Panel to Discuss Threats to Religious Freedom in Ukraine
A University at Albany history professor and expert on Russia and Ukraine recently spoke on a panel about the growing threat to religious freedom in Ukraine under occupying Russian forces.
ChatGPT and the Future of Education: A Q&A with George Berg
You’ve likely heard about ChatGPT, an AI-based chatbot launched by OpenAI that is making headlines for its capability to read and write like a human when prompted.