UAlbany joining Notre Dame’s $25 million SpectrumX project
The University at Albany will be part of a $25 million project spearheaded by the University of Notre Dame to harness the power and potential of advanced radio technologies.
UAlbany Innovators Flourish at SUNY Startup Summer School
Researchers from UAlbany recently took part in SUNY Startup Summer School, where they were able to pitch their technologies to successful entrepreneurs and executives for a chance to earn a Technology Accelerator Fund investment.
Expert in Public Human Services Addresses the Child Welfare Workforce Disparity
Catherine Lawrence, associate professor in the School of Social Welfare, believes a greater diversity of the child welfare workforce could significantly mitigate disparate negative outcomes for children and families of color.
Microbiology Research makes Maxi-Gains through Early Stage Investigators’ Success
Assistant professors Cheryl Andam and Alex Valm win major awards from NSF and NIH in the last two months, reflecting UAlbany's expanded portfolio in the Life Sciences.
Making Artificial Intelligence Truly Trustworthy
How can we have rational trust in Artificial Intelligence systems? Jason D’Cruz of Philosophy, working with PhD Candidate Saleh Afroogh, has set out to develop the foundations of a trustworthiness assessment framework to apply to AI.
School of Public Health Releases Results From Two New Infant and Mother Studies
Two new studies shed light on different factors impacting the health of mothers and newborns, with one study finding a link between neighborhood risk and birth outcomes, and a second indicating a relationship between maternal depression and gestational diabetes.
Forging New Pathways of Success
UAlbany President Havidán Rodríguez, Hudson Valley President Roger Ramsammy and Albany Law School President and Dean Alicia Ouellette prepare to unveil a new program on Wednesday, Aug. 25, designed to expand opportunities for students throughout New York and beyond.