Cybersecurity Professor Inspires Ghanaian Students to Pursue Their Dreams
CEHC's Benjamin Yankson is leading Global CyberTech Exchange, a fully volunteer operation where experts, teachers, community members and students from around the world exchange technology and cyber knowledge and expertise to improve global security posture.
UAlbany Students Deliver Holiday Gifts Through Northern Rivers Partnership
Northern Rivers is a group of human services agencies that work together to help children, adults and families that are in need. Together, the organization serves more than 18,000 individuals in more than 40 counties in New York.
Two Alumni Fund Professorship to Boost Female Entrepreneurship
The Ackner-Newman Professorship of Entrepreneurship and Innovation will support a tenure-track female faculty member in the School of Business.
Igor Lednev Named SUNY Distinguished Professor
Lednev, a professor in the Department of Chemistry, was elevated last month to Distinguished Professor, the highest academic rank in the State University of New York, conferred solely by the SUNY Board of Trustees.
UAlbany Awarded $2.8 Million for FEMA Project Aimed at Improving Disaster Messaging
Through a new $2.8 million contract from FEMA, researchers from the University at Albany’s College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity are teaming with the Center for Technology in Government to develop a Message Design Dashboard to help emergency managers write effective messages for public alert and warning.
UAlbany ‘Cyber Danes’ Compete in Global Strategy Challenge
The challenge is designed to provide student teams, of up to four members, with a deeper understanding of the policy and strategy challenges associated with management of a cyber crisis.
Chemistry Student Competes for $100K U.S. Space Force Award
A Blackstone LaunchPad company created by a chemistry PhD student was selected as one of just two dozen nationwide eligible to compete for a $100,000 award funded by the U.S. Space Force.