Albany’s University Libraries are among the top 100 research libraries in the country. The University Library, the newly opened Science Library, and the Thomas E. Dewey Graduate Library for Public Affairs and Policy contain more than two million volumes, subscribe to 5,200 research journals, provide access to over 2.8 million microform items, and offer a rich array of electronic resources and services. The University Library provides individual study carrels for faculty and doctoral students and special facilities for persons with visual disabilities. The Science Library provides an array of services focussed on the sciences, as well as 10 group study rooms. The Dewey Graduate Library facilitates and assists cross-disciplinary, doctoral-level research for the Schools of the Rockefeller College. All three libraries provide access to information in a variety of formats and encourage user access with their open stacks.
Art Museum, Performing Arts Center, Sculpture Studio, Peptide Synthesis Facility, Recombinant DNA Squencing Laboratories, Microbeam Analysis Facility, Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, Whiteface Mt. Observation Facility, Library Preservation Laboratory
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