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Studying the Cryosphere with NextGen Remote Sensors
Mustafa Aksoy has been awarded $499,680 through the National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program for project, "CAREER: Enabling the Next Generation Wideband Microwave Radiometers for the Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere."
New Paleoclimate Lab Studies Earth’s Climate Past
UAlbany scientists have a new way to uncover clues about the Earth’s past climate conditions — from inside the third floor of the ETEC research and development complex.
Far-Right Extremism in America: A Q&A with Sam Jackson
Jackson, an assistant professor at CEHC, studies far-right extremism in America, including anti-government groups and issues and responses related to online extremism.
Eureka! Program Powers Girls to Succeed in STEM Fields
A nationally recognized endeavor by Girls Inc. that provides hands-on opportunities in STEM, the Capital Region Girls Inc. Eureka! program has 57 girls from a number of different schools attending UAlbany this summer to learn about atmospheric and environmental sciences, mathematics and statistics, physics, psychology, women’s studies, geography and planning, chemistry, ChoreoPhysics and biology.
Michele J. Grimm Named Dean of College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Michele J. Grimm, a bioengineer at Michigan State University, has been named the new dean of the University at Albany’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) after a national search.
Education Abroad Emerges from a COVID-19 Hiatus with 20+ Offerings
After 80 distinct study abroad opportunities vanished for two years, this summer the program is off to a promising restart.
Bank of America Support Helps Summer STEM Program Grow
Monday was the kickoff for the Science & Technology Entry Program (STEP) Summer Institute at UAlbany, designed to expose students who are economically disadvantaged or are underrepresented in STEM fields to college programs that lead to careers in the sciences and health care spaces, and technical and licensed professions.