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Q&A with Sukwoong Choi: Tech Treasure Hunter
Choi, who teaches classes in business analytics, open source intelligence and social network analysis, says AI is like a magic wand.
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CTG UAlbany Deploys AI to Assist Local Governments
UAlbany's Center for Technology in Government is deploying artificial intelligence (AI) to aid local governments monitor the use of city assets.
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UAlbany Alum Steven G. James Named Superintendent of the New York State Police
James majored in psychology at UAlbany before starting a career in law enforcement that has spanned more than three decades
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Hackathon Brings Students Together for Gaming Challenge
Motivated by their passion for gaming, technology and camaraderie, students from UAlbany IEEE hosted the first ever “Hack-a-Damien” from April 12-14, featuring a 24-hour gaming competition, technical workshops and a vendor fair.
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Transformational Teaching Honored at 2024 Spark & Torch Awards
The Campus Center Board Room heard heartfelt speeches, rounds of applause, and even brought a few to tears at UAlbany's annual Spark and Torch Award ceremonies.
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Meet Albany’s New Broadcast Meteorologist: A Q&A with Jordan Due
Jordan Due, a student in UAlbany's Applied Atmospheric Science master’s program, can now be seen on Saturday nights on NEWS10 ABC, Albany’s local ABC affiliate, sharing her passion for all things weather.
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Engineering Students Aid Workers with Disabilities
Engineering students Shak Williams, Jordan Jung and Jacob Bruno have built a device designed to aid New Yorkers living with disabilities who work at a mail sorting facility through the Center for Disability Services.