Fall Sports Underway for Great Danes
A date with a football powerhouse, renewed battles with former rivals and a host of on-campus action is all in store for the Great Danes this semester as the UAlbany fall sports season gets underway.
Study: Collapse of Ancient Mayan Capital Linked to Drought
An anthropology professor’s research on conflict and the political collapse of Mayapan, the ancient capital city of the Maya on the Yucatán Peninsula, sheds light on link between climate and societal stability.
UAlbany Welcomes New Great Danes for Fall 2022 Semester
Approximately 2,700 first-year students, from more than 26,000 applicants, are joining the Class of 2026. In addition, approximately 1,000 transfer students and 1,520 new graduate students are joining the campus community this fall.
How Students Spent Their UAlbany Summer 2022
Even when classes are not in session, students are finding ways to gain valuable experience through a variety of summer internships, research, volunteer, and other applied learning opportunities.
Kesavadas Shares Vision for Albany AI
UAlbany Vice President for Research and Economic Development Thenkurussi “Kesh” Kesavadas shared his vision for the Albany Artificial Intelligence Supercomputing Initiative — Albany A.I. — a $200 million public-private supercomputing initiative based out of UAlbany’s soon-to-be renovated College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) building with the The Engagement Ring.
Microgrants for UAlbany women support education and career goals
Thirty-one UAlbany women received funding through Initiatives for Women (IFW), a program that supports professional and educational development through competitive microgrants.
UAlbany Tapped to Lead $2.5 Million NSF Grant Aimed at Increasing STEM Participation Among Underrepresented Students
The five-year grant will support the SUNY Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (SUNY LSAMP) program.