5 Questions With Jerry Miller
Jerry Miller was recently appointed to lead UAlbany's 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 School of Public Health Receives $3M from CDC to Aid Federal, State and Local Health Agencies
The School of Public Health received nearly $3 million in supplemental funding from the CDC to scale up its mathematical modeling work.
Albany Mayoral Candidate Forum
With Election Day just weeks away, hear from Albany 2021 Mayoral Candidates Greg Aidala, Alicia Purdy, and Kathy Sheehan during this Zoom forum on Wednesday, October 20 at 6:30 p.m. Registration is required to receive the Zoom links.
Luna-Reyes Named NAPA Fellow
Congratulations to Rockefeller College Vice Chair of Public Administration & Policy and Associate Professor Luis Luna-Reyes on being selected as a National Academy of Public Administration 2021 Fellow!
Leadership series to host a conversation with New York’s senate majority leader
Andrea Stewart-Cousins will the first guest of this semester's Leading Questions series.
Rockefeller CLPS Interns to Study Rural COVID Communication
Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy undergraduate students Kira Brainard and Joseph Creamer will spend the Fall 2021 semester interning with the Center for Law & Policy Solutions (CLPS). The pair is teaming up with students from SUNY Empire State College and Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) to study how COVID-19 information was communicated to rural communities by the State of New York during the pandemic.
51%: Texas Law SB 8
Rockefeller College Interim Dean Dr. Julie Novkov appeared on NPR's 51 Percent to discuss Texas Law SB 8, a new law banning abortion in the state after six weeks of pregnancy – before many women know they are pregnant. The Supreme Court allowed the law to take effect September 1, asking the question, what does this signal for the future of Roe v. Wade?
Taliban, Islamic State Arm Themselves with Weapons US Left Behind
PISCES Research Fellow Nolan Fahrenkopf explores the significant problems arising from U.S. arms transfers during the two-decade-long War on Terror. Fahrenkopf holds a PhD in Political Science from Rockefeller College.