ASRC Hosts Inclusive High School Retreat at Whiteface Mountain
The project, called “Common Ground in the Clouds" aims to connect students in the Adirondack region with peers from Indigenous schools.
‘University at Albany Week’ Airs on WAMC’s The Academic Minute
The Academic Minute features professors at different colleges/universities around the world, keeping listeners abreast of what's new and exciting in higher education research.
SPH Study Finds Link Between Youth Incarceration and Lifetime Suicide Risk
Women incarcerated as youth show a long-term elevated risk for suicide attempts.
An Art Exhibition Reflects Teacher and Student Quests for Educational Justice
Artworks with profound statements from Capital Region K-12 students and teachers can be witnessed from June 10-24 in Studio Room 223 in the Fine Arts Building in the exhibition “Freedom Dreaming for Educational Justice.”
UAlbany Grad Students Win Competitive International Awards
Four UAlbany graduate students have received prestigious grants that will further their scholarly pursuits in the international arena.
Two are Named the Newest Collins Fellows
Professors Janell Hobson and Richard Fogarty are awarded the University's highest recognition of institutional commitment and service.
Fulbright Scholar Bringing Case Study Approach to Italy
Associate Professor of Business Na Dai was recently selected by the U.S. Department of State as a Fulbright Distinguished Scholar. She will be taking her expertise in corporate finance, entrepreneurship and innovation to the University of Naples in Italy during the 2022-23 academic year.