Student Support Team Continues Behind the Scenes to Keep Campus Safe
Though many aspects of campus life this semester have resumed a sense of normalcy, one thing remains unchanged from the height of the pandemic: There is a cohort of students eager to go above and beyond to help keep campus safe.
Basketball Teams Off and Running with New Faces and Faster Paces
The men’s and women’s basketball teams will feature a more exciting pace and key player additions when they hit the court in SEFCU Arena for their 2021-22 season openers next week.
Three from UAlbany Chosen as 2022 Hispanic Leadership Institute Fellows
Two faculty members and a UAlbany institute's executive director join seven other SUNY faculty and staff from six campuses as newly named 2022 fellows in SUNY's Hispanic Leadership Institute
Lahiri Leads 52 from the UAlbany Community Honored for Service Milestones
Fifty-two UAlbany employees are being honored this year for their longtime service, and Distinguished Professor Kajal Lahiri of Economics, with the longest term of all, lists the many reasons he stayed.
School of Public Health Dean Tapped for White House Role
The dean of the University at Albany School of Public Health has been tapped to serve on a temporary arrangement as a policy analyst for the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
UAlbany’s First EOP Student Ambassador Lauds SUNY Commitment to Student Input
Bridget Aduasare can say from experience how much the Educational Opportunity Program can transform the lives of students from economically and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds.
UAlbany Honored for Sustainable Practices
Princeton Review, Sierra Club include UAlbany on their green schools lists.