PERSPECTIVE: Right-Sizing Our Response to the 1/6 Terrorist Attack
“In the wake of the assault on democracy that occurred at our nation’s Capitol building on Wednesday, our response to another terrorist event – the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks – provides guidance on how we should respond moving forward,” states Public Service Professor James Steiner in his op-ed article published in Homeland Security Today.
Rockefeller College 2020 Alumni Award Recipients
Each year, Rockefeller College proudly bestows its highest honor on a number of distinguished individuals for their exemplary service to the public and to the College. This year, Rockefeller College is delighted to present Alumni Awards to the following extraordinary individuals for their achievements in the areas of political science, public administration, criminal justice, leadership, and continuing professional development.
Embracing a Commitment to Policing Reform and Reinvention
With the goal of advancing police-community relations and eliminating racial inequities, the City of Albany recently announced the formation of the Policing Reform and Reinvention Collaborative — and the University at Albany is working to support its success.
National Powers Combine
UAlbany’s #2 ranked School of Criminal Justice joins Rockefeller College. Strategically restructuring and uniting two of its nationally ranked academic units, the University at Albany, SUNY announced that the School of Criminal Justice will join the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy effective June 1, 2020.
Former Dean David Bayley Remembered as Renowned Scholar and Wonderful Colleague
Distinguished Professor Emeritus David H. Bayley, one of the world’s leading authorities on policing, passed away on May 10. His longtime colleagues in the School of Criminal Justice remember him as a remarkable scholar, teacher, mentor, and person, whose voice is deeply needed in today's crucial discussions on police reform.