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The man in charge of academic affairs at the University at Albany will step down from his role in January, a sudden change in leadership announced by the Office of …

Following a series of claimed ongoing issues, the union representing police officers at the University at Albany contends that their relationship with leadership in the University Police Department and the …

Following months of lobbying the legislature and working to develop a new strategic plan, Havidán Rodríguez was officially inaugurated as the University at Albany’s 20th president in a ceremony held …

President Havidán Rodríguez ended a long-winded comment about the University at Albany’s research standing with three rhetorical questions. “Can we do better? We can always do better.” “Should we do …

Students, faculty, and staff are voicing both hopeful anticipation and logistical concerns as the construction of the Emerging Technologies and Entrepreneurship Complex nears its second stage. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced …

University at Albany President Havidan Rodriguez delivered his first faculty address last Wednesday, detailing membership of the Strategic Planning Committee and answering questions about textbook prices and contingent faculty, among …

Twenty-thousand students by 2020: an enrollment target set two years back by a former University at Albany president. It’s subject to change. Campus officials will reevaluate enrollment targets during the strategic …

The latest of University at Albany’s presidents, Havidán Rodríguez assumed his position on Monday, Sept. 11. Rodríguez’s position as the 20th president of the university follows from a summer of …

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. …