Junior First to Represent UAlbany at Major Korean Studies Conference
A University at Albany junior was selected to present her original research on the LGBTQ+ community in South Korea at a major Korean Studies conference held at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
UAlbany Grad, Army Officer Committed to Serving
UAlbany graduate Maya Blanchet turned adversity into motivation, graduating with a degree in emergency preparedness, homeland security and cybersecurity and earning her commission through the ROTC program as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army.
UAlbany Receives 5th Consecutive HEED Award for Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Prestigious recognition is a testament to the University’s efforts to broaden diversity and promote inclusivity among students, faculty and staff
Emergency Preparedness Experts Offer Insight on the Pakistan Flood Crisis
Pakistan is in the midst of a massive humanitarian crisis after months of heavy, record-breaking rainfall submerged a third of the country and caused $10 billion in damage since mid-June.
UAlbany Again Ranks Among Leaders in Social, Economic Mobility
The University at Albany continues to serve as a powerful engine of opportunity according to recent national accolades focused on how universities impact the lives of their most economically disadvantaged students.
Lecture Discusses mRNA Breakthroughs, Challenges
The challenges and breakthroughs associated with mRNA technologies will be discussed in the latest "Life at the Interface of Science+Engineering Lecture Series" event on Thursday, Sept. 15.
Podcast: The Research Behind Myotonic Dystrophy
Dr. Andy Berglund, director of the University at Albany's RNA Institute, discusses the symptoms, prevalence and current research surrounding Myotonic Distrophy with the Engagement Ring podcast.