Engineering Students Take on Chemistry Challenge
Students in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences recently took on the challenge of building force tensiometers – a device capable of accurately testing the strength properties of new materials – for the Department of Chemistry's new materials chemistry wing in ETEC.
Honors College Student is Part of Albany's Tulip Court
First-year student Sakthi Muthukrishnan, a finalist for Tulip Queen 2022, is part of the tulip team focusing on service to the community.
Three Years of Excellence Honored at President's Awards Ceremony
After a two-year hiatus caused by the pandemic, the President’s Excellence Award ceremony returned with an in-person celebration.
Alumni Excellence Honored at Annual Awards Gala
Thirteen alumni were honored for their achievements and service at the annual Alumni Excellence Awards Gala, held April 30 at Wolferts Roost Country Club.
Novkov Pens Response to Supreme Court Leaked Draft on Abortion Case
Interim Rockefeller College Dean Julie Novkov responded to the news of a leaked draft of a decision on a Mississippi abortion case with an analysis published by The Washington Post.
5 Questions with Faculty: Sara Lance
Atmospheric scientist Sara Lance is no stranger to conducting research high up in the clouds.
A Podcast Gives a Voice to Students’ Challenges and Victories
Associate Professor Carmen Serrano set out in 2019 to establish a largely student-run podcast that would give a voice to underrepresented and marginalized UAlbany students and alumni. Despite a huge pandemic-caused interruption, she's met her goal.