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UAlbany’s ‘Freedom Dreaming' artwork selected for exhibition at Columbia Teachers College
Artwork exploring themes of educational justice and freedom created as part of the University at Albany’s Freedom Dreaming for Educational Justice project is currently on display at Columbia University’s Teachers College.
UAlbany Launches New Graduate Program in Applied Atmospheric Science
The new program will aim to prepare the next generation of weather and climate professionals for career success.
Study: Pandemic Had Disproportionate Impact on Female Educators
A new study by University at Albany researchers found that female educators experienced the COVID-19 pandemic more negatively than their male counterparts.
Reception Honors Newly Tenured and Promoted Faculty
Twenty-eight faculty members were promoted to associate professor and associate librarians, both tenured positions, and another seven were promoted from associate professor to full professor.
Film Festival and Lecture Series Returns to the Linda with Outer Space-Themed Lineup
The 7th annual UAlbany Film Festival and Lecture Series is back in a big way this year with a focus on outer space and the fears, fantasies, fictions and films it’s inspired throughout the years.
Healthy Aging Symposium Set to Showcase Opportunities for New Research Partnerships
On Oct. 17-18, UAlbany will host the Healthy Aging Symposium — an opportunity for faculty from UAlbany and SUNY Poly CNSE to share research and discover the breadth of aging-centered projects underway at both institutions.
Mapping Innovation, Output in the Publishing Life Cycle
A first-of-its-kind study, co-authored by economists at the University at Albany, shows that scientific creativity peaks earlier among biomedical researchers, with quality declining as authors get older.