A 5K Race Highlights the Road Traveled and the Road Ahead to Social Justice
UAlbany's director for Equity & Compliance, Amelia Barbadoro, had a vision of a road race highlighting civil rights triumphs and the social justice battles ahead, and that becomes a reality on Saturday, Sept. 18, with The Race for Equity 5K.
Group of UAlbany Alumni Unveil 9/11 Memorial Bench Ahead of 20th Anniversary
The bench sits on the new walking path to ETEC on the Uptown Campus, directly behind the Boor Sculpture Studio.
UAlbany Boosts Capital Region STEM Degree Awards Amid Pandemic
Despite unprecedented challenges brought on by the pandemic, the Capital Region’s STEM talent pipeline increased over the last year – thanks in large part to the University at Albany.
A Remarkable Student Achiever Leaves UAlbany a Lasting Gift
Before graduating in May, the highly honored Simone Hassan-Bey launched a scholarship for UAlbany students who, like herself, exhibit resilience and service to Black, Indigenous and People of Color communities.
UAlbany Designated as a Health Promoting University
The University at Albany has joined eight universities nationwide that have officially adopted the Okanagan Charter, designating the University as a Health Promoting University and establishing it as a member of the United States Health Promoting Campuses Network.
NYS Writers Institute Announces Fall 2021 Schedule of Events
The NYS Writers Institute opens its season Thursday and has a full slate of events, most of them in-person for the first since author visits shut down in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.