UAlbany Professor Finds New Poem by Famed Early American Poet Phillis Wheatley
A University at Albany professor has discovered the earliest known full-length elegy by famed poet Phillis Wheatley (Peters), widely regarded as the first Black person, enslaved person and one of the first women in America to publish a book of poetry.
Damar Hamlin’s Collapse and the Future of Football: A Q&A with Bruce Svare
UAlbany's Bruce Svare offers insights on the recent in-game collapse of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin and potential implications for the future of the sport.
Planning Underway for Transfer of CNSE Back to UAlbany
Planning to reintegrate the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering into the University at Albany is underway, and the University has established a webpage to provide official updates on the status of the transition.
Field Hockey's Smisdom an NFHCA All-American
Field Hockey sophomore Alison Smisdom has been named First Team All-America by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.
UAlbany Study: Perceptions of Fairness a Critical Component of Telework Arrangements
A new study by researchers at the University at Albany points to a gap in perceptions about telework among employees who telecommute and those who work only in-person.
UAlbany Researchers Awarded $3 Million to Study Disparities in Black Maternal and Infant Health
UAlbany researchers recently received new funding to investigate why Black families disproportionately experience negative health outcomes in the first postpartum year. Findings from the five-year study will inform strategies aimed at improving Black maternal-infant health.
Studying the Biology of Alzheimer’s Disease: A Q&A with Annalisa Scimemi
Annalisa Scimemi, associate professor of Biological Sciences, was awarded $1.16 million to study molecular and cellular processes that contribute to Alzheimer's disease onset. The project focuses on astrocytes and optogenetics — using light to control brain activity.