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Researchers’ COVID-19 Study in China: Children Spread the Virus Easier, and Lockdowns Worked

By |June 24th, 2022|News|

June 23, 2022 CSDA associate Zai Liang's research was featured at UAlbany News. Click here to read more details.

Possible recession has some people rethinking retirement plans

By |June 24th, 2022|News|

June 15, 2022 CSDA associate Kajal Lahiri's insight in News Channel 13 – WNYT Other interviews with News Channel 13 – WNYT Are your kids drinking the low-fat milk given to them at school? Looking at Gas Stations 24 Hours After Gas Tax Suspension Begins

New York joins national PFAS study

By |May 11th, 2022|News|

May 6, 2022  CSDA associate  Erin Bell talks about a national study she’s helping facilitate in New York, which is examining the health outcomes after being exposed to PFAS in drinking water. Read more from Capital Pressroom

Interest rates set to slow Capital Region housing market

By |May 11th, 2022|News|

April 28, 2022 CSDA associate Kajal Lahiri's insight in Times Union Other interviews with News Channel 13 – WNYT Gas prices are getting higher and higher Not enough workers, popular fast food spot forced to open later. Local economist weighs in

Economics Study: Workers without STEM Knowledge were Hit Much Harder by the Pandemic

By |March 16th, 2022|News|

March 15, 2022 CSDA Associate Gerald Marschke's insight published in UAlbany News Center. Read more at UAlbany News Center

UAlbany prof: Gas prices not gouging, could hit $6

By |March 16th, 2022|News|

March 8, 2022 CSDA associate Kajal Lahiri's insight in WTEN

Studies indicate race is a powerful indicator of attitudes toward police

By |March 16th, 2022|News|

March 8, 2022 CSDA associate Justin Pickett's insight published in Capital Tonight

Masks Protected Children from COVID Last Fall: CDC Study

By |March 16th, 2022|News|

March 9, 2022 CSDA associate Louise-Anne McNutt's research was featured at WebMD. Read more from  WebMD Also click below articles features her research from other news paper Masking helped protect children from the virus last fall, a C.D.C. study suggests

Baby’s feeding troubles tied to later developmental delays

By |January 31st, 2022|News|

Jan. 17, 2022  CSDA associate  Erin Bell's research was featured at HealthDay News. Read more from HealthDay News Also click below articles features her research from other news paper Infants Experiencing Feeding Problems More Likely to Develop Developmental Delays Infant Feeding Problems Linked With Higher Risk Of Developmental Delays

Most Popular Segment – Beth Feingold, University at Albany – Food Waste

By |January 11th, 2022|News|

Dec. 31, 2021 CSDA associate Beth Feingold explains how a lot of food waste happens before it gets to the store. Read more from  The Academic Minute