The Visiting Future Faculty Program (VITAL) is an exciting and rewarding four-day program that brings promising doctoral scholars from all disciplines to the University at Buffalo. UB’s inaugural Visiting Future Faculty Week will take place from March 28 to April 1, 2022.
Inclusive pedagogy is a student-centered approach to teaching that employs innovative course design and teaching methods to cultivate a classroom or remote learning environment that helps everyone feel respected and empowered to achieve their highest potential. Visit our page for tips as well as resources that can help faculty & instructors draw on diverse perspectives in course materials, encourage critical thinking, and accommodate different learning styles.
UB’s Contemplative Sites are one-year public art installations on North and South Campuses designed to enhance our campus experience and engage our university community in contemplating key issues of our time.
UB is committed to integrating inclusive excellence into all aspects of its operations, fostering a sense of shared responsibility, better monitoring progress to goals, and coordinating campus diversity and inclusion-related efforts.
The University at Buffalo is dedicated to the inclusion of LGBTQ+ faculty, staff and students. Please refer to this web portal for an up to date list of the policies, events, resources, and news that highlight this commitment.