COVID-19 UPDATES • 4/14/2021
UB and local nonprofit Mission: Ignite have been awarded $300,000 in federal funding to build a wireless network to provide free service to 150 households.
The Community Health Equity Research Institute's new website will help community groups explore potential collaborations with UB.
Guest speakers who discussed reshaping education at the GSE event included New York Times bestselling author Christopher Emdin.
Maxine Hayes spoke at UB as part of the Celebration of Inclusiveness in Medicine and Science Distinguished Lecture Series.
The work of the council will help guide UB in realizing its ideals of equity, diversity, inclusion and social justice.
The Harvard Kennedy School project to collect academic anti-racism research and share it outside academia includes a study by the GSE faculty member.
MPH students in the Department of Community Health and Health Behavior can also delve deeper in issues surrounding addictions.
In time for Match Day 2021, Karole Collier’s apparel company honors activism in medicine.
In message to the UB community, Tripathi condemns anti-Asian violence, saying "Hate has no haven at UB" and "We will never allow xenophobia to gain traction on our campus."
Members of the UB community can offer input at a Community Dialogue on March 22.
The April 8 event features 25 sessions and workshops that highlight practices, research and initiatives across the university that support diversity and inclusion.
UB donors Jeffrey and Irene Jacobson doubled the impact of their philanthropy, thanks to the Inclusive Excellence Scholarship and Program Initiative.
Speakers at a Center for Diversity Innovation presentation offered historic context and contemporary justification for giving financial reparations to descendants of slavery.
The event aims to reshape education to fulfill Martin Luther King’s vision of justice and equity in schools.
The Harvard professor and political activist spoke at the Department of Surgery's recent "Beyond the Knife" event.