• UB IN THE NEWS
    You can’t suppress data, you can’t alter reports, because it will cost lives.

    Health care policy expert Nancy Nielsen speaks to The Buffalo News about Michael Caputo, who is accused of trying to align federal reports with President Trump’s views on COVID-19.

  • UB IN THE NEWS
    There’s little harm and potential benefit in taking vitamin D.

    Bruce Troen, a medical doctor and aging expert, speaks to Prevention magazine about the science behind taking vitamin D to help fend off COVID-19.

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    Education has its own unique responsibility to respond to racial inequity.

    Educational equity expert Raechele Pope speaks to The Capital Pressroom about why the Graduate School of Education cancelled classes for two days to hold a teach-in for racial equity. 

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    Students are hungry for the tools to understand and to speak about the world we live in.

    Carole Emberton, who studies racism in the U.S., speaks to PBS NewsHour about how social media is helping students of color speak out about racism on college campuses

  • UB IN THE NEWS
    Telling a family member who believes in a conspiracy that they’re mad, crazy, stupid... anything like that is bound to fail.

    Communication expert Yotam Ophir quoted in Yahoo! Life about how to talk to family members about conspiracy theories.

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