Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month Celebrated with Organizer and Alum Rosa Clemente
Organizer, producer, journalist, scholar and activist Rosa Clemente will speak as part of the University’s celebration of National Hispanic Latinx Heritage Month.
5 Questions With Jerry Miller
Jerry Miller was recently appointed to lead UAlbany’s Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research, with the task of continuing to adapt the Institute to meet the evolving challenges facing the community at large, including the legalization of marijuana on traffic safety on driving in New York.
UAlbany Center Helps Create Better Tools to Compensate NY Crime Victims
With the help of a UAlbany's Center for Human Services Research, two enhanced user-friendly tools were recently launched to aid New York victims of crime in obtaining compensation.
Innovation Hubs Will Fund Entrepreneurial Training, Mentoring on Campuses
UAlbany joins a coalition of colleges and universities to share in $15 million federal training funds for research and entrepreneur, with the goal of commercialization.
UAlbany Joins Presidents’ Alliance in Support of International and Immigrant Students
President Rodríguez will serve on the Steering Committee of the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration.
Conservation Volunteers Will Help Community Prep for Winter
Teams of University of students, faculty and staff will be providing free basic weatherization services to homes and apartments in the Albany community.
The Libraries Invites All: Compete to be Scary in Two Sentences
University Libraries is attending to the horror literary genre this season with a competition not for the feinthearted — a 2-sentence horror story contest.