Atmospheric Science Faculty, Students Launch Weather Balloons for Capital Region Research Project
The research team is building a vertical profile of the atmosphere around local severe weather events.
Climate Scientists Use Data from Hurricane Maria to Test Social Vulnerability Assessment Tool
The researchers are using data from Hurricane Maria to assess the critical infrastructure vulnerabilities that still exist in Puerto Rico around extreme weather events.
Targeting Mpox Messages to At-Risk Groups Could Result in Stigma, Study Finds
Survey found that emphasizing that men who have sex with men are most at risk for the virus mpox had the negative effect of increasing support for restricting LGBTQ+ events.
Faculty Vacancies in New York State Nursing Programs Could Reduce Capacity to Train New Nurses
UAlbany's Center for Health Workforce Studies Shares Results from its Annual Survey of Nursing Programs in New York State
Research Shows Having Police in Schools Results in Fewer Fights, But Harsher Discipline
The presence of an SRO is associated with a decline in some forms of school violence and an increase in reported firearm offenses, as well as a direct increase in harsh disciplinary actions by school administrators such as suspensions and arrests by police.
Noteworthy: Research grants, awards and publications
ALBANY, N.Y. (July 25, 2023) — The latest developments on University at Albany faculty and staff who are receiving research grants, awards and other noteworthy attention.
Erie County Turns to UAlbany Researchers for Winter Storm Preparedness
A new 18-month, $349,774 partnership with UAlbany and National Weather Service researchers aims to ensure Western New Yorkers are better prepared for future winter storms.