UAlbany, Special Olympics New York Team Up to Advance Campus Inclusivity
A partnership between the Special Olympics Club, Office of Campus Recreation and Special Olympics New York is growing through unified programming.
New York Budget Boosts UAlbany’s Center of Excellence Funding to $1 Million
The increased funding will be used to help New Yorkers tackle increasingly extreme weather events.
Two Named as Fellows at UAlbany’s Emeritus Center
Retired professors Randall Craig of English and George Robinson of Biology have been honored as William L. Reese Fellows for 2022 for their continued teaching and professional work.
Eight Honored with SUNY Chancellor’s Awards
Eight outstanding UAlbany students will be honored Tuesday with the Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence, which is the highest award SUNY bestows. Chancellor’s Award winners are selected for outstanding achievements in academics, leadership, campus involvement, community service or the arts.
Joint CAS, CEHC & SPH project explores the past, reimagines the future
In the past year, an NEH-funded project has incorporated historical methodology into CEHC and SPH undergraduate curricula.
Major Research Fellowships Go to Grad Students in the Pager and Berglund Labs
Two of America’s leading medical research organizations have recognized the talents and potential of cell biologists Pheonah Badu and Jesus Frias.
University at Albany Foundation Announces 2022 Citizen Laureates
Karen and Chet Opalka, Alice Green and Charles Touhey, and Alicia Ouellette have been named Citizen Laureates, an award that recognizes outstanding leaders in business and industry, government and academics who have helped transform the Capital Region community.