ASRC Celebrates 50 Years of Research at the Whiteface Mountain Field Station
Located at about 5,000 above sea level, the field station has been collecting cloud water samples for chemical monitoring for more than five decades.
5 Questions with CEAS Dean Michele J. Grimm
In July of this year, the University at Albany named biomedical engineer Michele J. Grimm as dean of UAlbany's College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) after a national search. Dean Grimm offers insights on what lies in store for the future at CEAS.
'On Posthuman War' Traces Expansion of Military Violence Into Ordinary Life
UAlbany English Professor Mike Hill is out with a new book titled, On Posthuman War: Computation and Military Violence, which traces the unseen expansion of military violence in recent decades from traditional battlefronts to the concept of the human being itself. Published by the University of Minnesota Press in August, the book draws on counterinsurgency field manuals, tactical manifestos, data-driven military theory and war archives to explore how human-focused concepts such as identity, culture and cognition have been weaponized in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Reflecting on Greatness: UAlbany's 2021-22 Year in Review
The University's new 2021-22 Year in Review website highlights some of the most "significant, inspiring, and fascinating stories" that emerged from UAlbany between September 2021 and September 2022.
UAlbany Recognized for Innovation & Economic Prosperity
In recognition of its strong commitment to economic engagement, the University at Albany has been designated an Innovation & Economic Prosperity University by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU).
Blackstone’s Joan Solotar, ’86, Delivers Massry Lecture
A staunch supporter of UAlbany who championed the University’s Blackstone Launch Pad initiative, UAlbany graduate Joan Solotar, Global Head of Private Wealth Solutions at Blackstone, delivered the 6th Annual Massry Lecture on Friday, Oct. 28.
UAlbany Public Health Experts Discuss Surge in RSV Cases
Children’s hospitals in parts of the U.S. are seeing a surge in respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases, a common respiratory virus that can cause severe breathing problems for babies and older adults. UAlbany public health experts weigh in.