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3-Minute Thesis Winner Weber’s Journey from Student to CEO
Alexis Weber has earned many titles during her time at UAlbany. The fifth-year PhD student from Jacksonville, Fla., recently added 3-Minute Thesis winner to her list of accolades, which also includes being selected for the 2024 Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence.
UAlbany Computer Scientist Petko Bodganov works on an equation on a whiteboard in his computer lab that is part of his research on deep tissue imaging.
CNSE Scientist Aims to Improve Deep Tissue Imaging
UAlbany Associate Professor of Computer Science Petko Bogdanov is part of a multi-institution effort that hopes to revolutionize the field with a new class of near-infrared contrast agents designed with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to provide an even greater level of detail.
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Cybersecurity Professor Named Research Fellow by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners
The NAIC Research Fellows Program is intended to foster new and innovative research in insurance regulation by providing resources to researchers working in the field.
Three women pose for a portrait holding certificates next to a poster board that says "2024 Terra Awards"
UAlbany Announces Annual Terra Awards for Commitment to Sustainability
The annual Terra Awards, which honor students, faculty and staff who have demonstrated a commitment to sustainability on campus, were handed out Monday in the sun-filled atrium of the Science Library.
UAlbany student Jacob Webb stands with his award for first place at the Capital Region business competition.
UAlbany Students Prepare for NYS Business Plan Competition
UAlbany students Jacob Webb, Sam Hogan, Russ Fugal, Omar Cunningham and Ehdoh Kyi are taking part in the New York Business Plan Competition final on April 25 at ETEC.
UAlbany student interns join for a class photo on a set of stairs inside the Legislative Office Building.
UAlbany Students Get Inside Look at State Government Through Legislative Internship Program
For decades, UAlbany's partnership with the New York State Legislature has opened doors for student interns.
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UAlbany Students Experience Totality Through NASA Eclipse Ballooning Project
NASA's Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project, which included 53 student teams, took advantage of the April 8 total solar eclipse, launching weather balloons from locations on the totality path across the U.S. to collect and analyze atmospheric data.