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Abby Greco stands below the Saturn V rocket on display at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. She is spending the summer working at Space Camp, which is on the grounds of the center.
UAlbany Summer: Physics Major Teaching STEM at Space Camp
Abby Greco, a rising junior and physics major at UAlbany, is teaching 9-to-14-year-olds all about science and technology at Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama this summer.
Associate Professor of Nanobioscience Ben Boivin wearing a white lab coat and blue shirt and glasses stands in his lab in front of a cabinet with clear glass panels and numerous white bottles with red caps.
UAlbany Scientist Awarded More Than $4 Million to Study Disease Progression in Mammalian Cells
UAlbany Associate Professor of Nanobioscience Ben Boivin from the Department of Nanoscale Science and Engineering has been awarded more than $4 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to further explore the role of PTPs in disease progression.
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UAlbany, UConn Researchers Partner to Improve Grid Resilience Through $2.63 Million Investment from DOE
The U.S. Department of Energy announced funding for six projects that will conduct grid resilience analysis and modeling to strengthen and modernize the power grid against extreme weather.
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UAlbany Students Intern in Sustainability Roles Through SUNY Climate Corps Program
Three dozen students from eight SUNY campuses received paid summer internships to gain experience in research and policy at state agencies with environmental and sustainability missions.
Cars are parked on the side of a road during a hailstorm in San Jose, Calif.
Brian Tang Explains the Science Behind Hailstorms in The Conversation
UAlbany researchers have published a dozen articles in The Conversation this year ranging from an explainer of heat index warnings to how the younger generation is impacting polarization in American politics.
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Arts and Sciences Dean Wins Lifetime Award for Psychological Research of Diverse Communities
College of Arts and Sciences Dean and Psychology Professor Jeanette Altarriba has been selected to receive a James M. Jones Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Psychological Association (APA) for outstanding contributions to the psychological research of racially diverse communities.
Cassandra Marshall stands in a fenced-in paddock surrounded by four small donkeys and two goats amid golden hour light. Marshall is wearing a dark brown Stetson-style hat, black top and blue jeans. Low brush and forest is blurred in the background.
Q&A with Cassandra Marshall, Director of Nursing at UAlbany
Nursing Director Cassandra Marshall sheds light on her professional pathway, her philosophy on nursing education and plans for the future of nursing at UAlbany.