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Albany AI Design Phase Includes Tour of University of Florida’s HiPerGator
As the design phase of the $200 million, Albany Artificial Intelligence Supercomputing Initiative (Albany AI) gets underway, Vice President for Research and Economic Development Thenkurussi (Kesh) Kesavadas recently led a delegation from UAlbany to see first-hand how the University of Florida’s (UF) AI efforts are bringing transformational learning opportunities to its students.
CEHC Professor Examines Earthquake Post-Alert Messaging Following False Alarm
The incident, the first of its kind in the U.S., provided a unique opportunity to learn more about the importance of early warning earthquake and post-alert messaging.
School of Public Health Study Finds Students, Educators Often Experience Extreme Heat Conditions
Students frequently experience uncomfortable temperature and humidity at school, which could be detrimental to their health and education, according to a recent study by University at Albany School of Public Health researchers.
UAlbany Researchers Receive New Funding for Suicide Prevention Programming
School of Education researchers have received a $306,000, three-year grant to undertake a new project aimed at reducing risk for suicide and substance use among UAlbany students experiencing health disparities.
UAlbany’s School of Education Ranks #4 in Online Graduate Education
The University at Albany and its School of Education have placed #4 in U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of best online master’s in education programs, moving up four spots from last year.
Atmospheric Science Researcher Wins SUNY Chancellor Distinguished PhD Graduate Dissertation Award
The award was created to recognize outstanding doctoral candidates in the SUNY system.
Steering Committee Named to Guide UAlbany-CNSE Reunification
The Steering Committee will be chaired by President Rodríguez and will synthesize the work and recommendations of five working groups focused on the core academic and administrative functional areas essential to successfully and efficiently reintegrating CNSE with UAlbany.