The University at Albany will add an unprecedented 27 new faculty members specializing in artificial intelligence in the coming months, marking the next critical phase in the University’s ambitious plan to incorporate elements of AI teaching and research across all academic programs. The 27 new hires — the largest cluster hire in the University’s history — are among 49 new faculty members expected to join UAlbany next year and will help lay the foundation for the University’s new AI academy.
All students interested in community service are invited to the School of Social Welfare's Community and Public Service Program (CPSP) fair on Nov. 2. Discover local organizations that could use your help.
On Oct. 17-18, UAlbany will host the Healthy Aging Symposium — an opportunity for faculty from UAlbany and SUNY Poly CNSE to share research and discover the breadth of aging-centered projects underway at both institutions.
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.
With the goal of becoming the first university-based computer to reach a quintillion computations per second, Albany AI will empower university and industry researchers to harness massive data sets to better understand how to automate complex operations, and create teaching and research collaborations with faculty in all disciplines.