Research Team Releases Minority Health Disparities Report, Culminating Year-Long Project
Researchers at the UAlbany have released a report analyzing COVID-19’s disproportionate impact on New York’s communities of color, the culmination of the year-long minority health disparities project begun at the direction of Gov. Cuomo.
Local Earth Science Teacher Brings NYS Mesonet Data to the Classroom
A science teacher in Shenendehowa Central School District is partnering with the New York State Mesonet at UAlbany to build a series of educational tools that can be used by K-12 teachers statewide to incorporate the network’s weather data into their classrooms.
5 Questions: CEHC’s New Game Design and Development Concentration
Michael Leczinsky, CEHC professor of practice and UAlbany eSports program director, discusses the new Game Design and Development concentration and the future of the industry.
PIRE Research Connects Air Pollution to Worst Taiwanese Drought in Nearly 60 Years
The study analyzed 13 years of satellite and surface to better understand how aerosols impact cloud lifecycle and precipitation during the autumn months over northern Taiwan.
UAlbany Announced as Partner on $208 Million NOAA Severe Weather Research Institute
The institute will be led by the University of Oklahoma and comprised of a number of partnering institutions including UAlbany, Howard University, Penn State and Texas Tech.