Courtney D'Allaird '09 talks about his time at UAlbany and why he was drawn to the Sociology major.
Courtney D'Allaird - Sociology Major '09
Researchers’ COVID-19 Study in China: Children Spread the Virus Easier, and Lockdowns Worked
Given rare access to patient profiles and contact tracing data in the city of Shijiazhuang, Professor Zai Liang and student Hun Liu found that children 0-17 infected both children and adults at the greatest rate.
Three Years of Excellence Honored at President's Awards Ceremony
After a two-year hiatus caused by the pandemic, the President’s Excellence Award ceremony returned with an in-person celebration.
A Sociologist Assesses How Immigration Enforcement Affects Children Over Time
For the first time, a study explores the dynamics of immigration enforcement that shape children's lives over time. Led by Joanna Dreby of Sociology and two UAlbany colleagues, the research is published in the Journal of Marriage and Family.
UAlbany Among Best Universities for Social Research
The University at Albany has been recognized as among the best universities for Social Research according to the Higher Education Research and Development Survey released by the National Science Foundation.
A Lifelong Passion to Teach is Rewarded
Samantha Friedman of Sociology is the winner of the Faculty & Student Engagement Torch Award, which honors a faculty member who has had an outstanding positive impact on a graduating senior’s academic and personal success.