UAlbany’s State Weather Risk Communication Center Featured on NBC’s ‘TODAY’ Show
Al Roker joined Gov. Hochul last month at ETEC to learn about the new center.
Journalism Prof’s Article Shows Kissinger Knew Vietnam War Was Lost Years Before it Ended
Professor Thomas Bass received access to Henry Kissinger's personal diary from his visits to Vietnam in the mid-1960s.
UAlbany Becomes First School in the Nation to Adopt NVIDIA’s DGX Cloud
The University at Albany is launching the DGX Cloud environment, a cutting-edge cloud-computing platform offered by NVIDIA, the leading technology company known for its GPU cards and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions.
Gattuso Honored as UAlbany Heads to Idaho for Quarterfinals
As the UAlbany football team prepares to take on Idaho in the NCAA FCS Quarterfinals on Saturday, head coach Greg Gattuso has been named the American Football Coaches Association Region 1 coach of the Year.
Massry School of Business Launches Master’s Degree in Business Analytics
Following approval by the New York State Education Department (NYSED), UAlbany has launched a master’s of science degree in Business Analytics (MSBA), with enrollment now open.
NextGenPop Works To Expand the Fields of Demography and Population Science
Undergraduate students from across the country meet for an intensive two-week program on population composition and changes, focusing on issues including race and income inequalities, health disparities and immigration.
Collection of Handmade Books from Latin America, the Caribbean Provides Tactile Learning Experience
Over 200 handmade books from Latin America and the Caribbean are now permanently on display in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives. The books, known as libros-arte, utilize innovative papermaking processes and found objects such as fabric, flowers, sand and other materials to tell a story.