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The 175th: A Milestone for UAlbany and its Newest Grads

A multiple of UAlbany Commencement Week ceremonies produce a multitude of lasting memories.

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An Experiential Approach to Emergency Management

CEHC shares its training program with the International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters.

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America East Honors Our Athlete-Scholars

Lacross player Noah Taylor and cross country runner Cara Sherman in action.

Ten athletes who are graduating receive America East awards for academic excellence. 

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‘Snowball’ Chamber a new tool in the search for Dark Matter

Snowball chamber research graph by Matthew Szydagis

Inspired by the Disney movie “Frozen,” UAlbany Assistant Professor of Physics Matthew Szydagis is taking a new approach to his pursuit of dark matter: creating a detector based on supercooled water.

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Honoring Victim Advocacy

Carol Stenger holds a plaque in the rotunda of the Albany County Courthouse

Albany County’s District Attorney recognizes a UAlbany employee for her ongoing commitment to students.

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The Last Straw?

Student Grace McGrath holds a reusable metal stra and a pipe cleaner.

Student helps push plan to reduce plastic straws on campus. 

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UAlbany Celebrates 175th Commencement

More than 4,900 students are set to receive degrees, May 15-19.

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Pushing Boundaries for Public Health

Thoin Begum, a School of Public Health student recently honored by Global Kids.

A master’s and soon-to-be PhD student is working hard to change the perception of public health – and a national non-profit is taking notice.

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$3.4 Million to Study Fibrosis

Grant will help an associate professor biological sciences identify potential therapies for people suffering from the condition.

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Champions Three

Freshman Madison Walker finishes her swing and watches her shot at the NCAA Regionals

Women’s golf and women’s and men’s track & field grab conference titles this spring.

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