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Amid high turnover rates in leadership at University at Albany in recent years, a statewide labor union is hoping to work long-term with administration under incoming President Havidán Rodríguez to …

Havidán Rodríguez, a Texas public higher education leader, will be the next University at Albany president. SUNY Board officials announced on Wednesday that Rodríguez, 58, will assume the presidency on Sep. 14. …

The space is not ideal, but the location is. That’s how Student Association President Jerlisa Fontaine described the organization’s new office expected to open come Monday in the Campus Center …

Throughout most of its history, hard hats were required in the Campus Center west addition. Things are different now. As of Monday, the uncompleted new wing was open to the …

Student Association President Jerlisa Fontaine earlier this month closed a long-mulled decision to expand the Camp Dippikill wilderness retreat for the first time in decades. Acquisition of the property had been considered to prevent other potential …

A University at Albany professor has co-created an LGBT news database that compiles events from around the world and judges their effects to quantify the climate in a country or …

As part of the on-going effort to modernize campus, the University at Albany is in the process of receiving new doors. The university’s Facilities Management team is replacing the exterior …

Students from households earning less than $100,000 will receive free tuition at University at Albany this fall, but they will be bound by a set of requirements. The free tuition …

The changes keep coming. Just two weeks after free tuition was approved for SUNY and CUNY schools, the state-wide university system appointed its new chancellor. Kristina Johnson, a former undersecretary …

Interim President James Stellar wants to lead the University at Albany under a permanent title. But under SUNY policy, interim leaders are prohibited from throwing their names into a presidential …