UAlbany Launches New Degrees in Environmental & Sustainable Engineering
UAlbany's Department of Environmental and Sustainable Engineering at the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences is taking added new master’s and PhD degree programs focused on solving critical environmental problems from local through global scales,.
UAlbany Scientists Hail Successful Startup of LUX-ZEPLIN
An international team of 250 scientists and engineers from over 35 institutions from the United States, United Kingdom, Portugal and South Korea, including University at Albany Assistant Professor Cecilia Levy and Associate Professor Matthew Szydagis has announced that the the LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) experiment has passed startup operations and delivered first results.
Surviving PTSD: A Q&A with Virginia Eubanks
This week Eubanks published a personal essay in The New York Times Magazine about community violence, PTSD and caregiving, all stemming from a brutal attack on her partner in 2015. She is working on a memoir about the experience.
UAlbany Honors its Inventors
UAlbany hosted its first Inventors Recognition Ceremony at ETEC, honoring faculty, students and staff who have submitted their first invention disclosure, their first patent application, or have been granted their first patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office from 2019 through 2022.
CEHC Adds New Graduate Program and Minors in Machine Learning and Game Design
The new academic programs will help shape future leaders in emergency management, homeland security and emerging technologies.
5 Questions with Faculty: Jorge E. González-Cruz
UAlbany welcomed González-Cruz this month as a new Professor of Empire Innovation at the Atmospheric Sciences Research Center.
ETEC Workshop Prepares Next Generation of Atmospheric Scientists for Industry Careers
The National Science Foundation-sponsored workshop included faculty from around 30 universities and 25 representatives from large private sector companies.