UAlbany Start-Up Receives Federal Support to Develop New Technology for Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease
The one-year NSF grant of $274,713 will be used to advance the commercialization of the technology.
CEHC Hosts ‘Shark Tank’ Competition for High School Seniors
The students were tasked with creating an invention or idea to pitch to CEHC faculty and staff.
Doctoral Student Studies Role of AI in Government
Tzuhao Chen, a PhD student at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy is studying how AI can be applied to a host of issues in the public sector, with the goal of transforming public services for the betterment of society.
5 Questions with Faculty: El-Ra Radney
El-Ra Radney joined the University at Albany’s Africana Studies department this fall following decades of interest, study and scholarship in the field, citing its dynamic course offerings and distinction on the national stage as one of few colleges or universities with a master’s program in the field.
UAlbany Researcher Awarded $2 Million to Study Disparities in Cardiovascular Disease
Kai Zhang of the University at Albany’s School of Public Health has been awarded $2.17 million to study how social determinants shape biological mechanisms underlying cardiovascular disease and racial disparities linked to poor heart health.
Protests in China: A Q&A with Youqin Huang
A deadly fire in China’s Xinjiang region last month triggered outcry against the nation’s stringent COVID policies, resulting in mass protests unseen in the country since 1989. Youqin Huang, a professor in University at Albany’s Department of Geography and Planning, explains the significance of these protests.
Winning Design Chosen in Annual Greeting Card Contest
Illustrations from three finalists for the 2022 holiday card were unveiled at a ceremony in the Campus Center.