The autobiographic writing of the University at Buffalo’s
Educational Opportunity Center students comes to life through the
voices of professional actors at a staged reading of their stories
and poetry this week in Buffalo’s Theater District.
The human triumphs of the University at Buffalo Educational
Opportunity Center will be displayed through the spoken word during
a staged reading of works by adult learners beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Aug. 14 in the 710 Main Theatre in downtown Buffalo.
“People with alcohol and drug addictions are at greater
risk for depression and suicide, even when they’re in
recovery,” says Richard D. Blondell, MD, vice chair of
addiction medicine and professor of family medicine at the
University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical
Service learning — where students put what they’re
learning to work by volunteering in the community — has been
steadily growing in popularity at the University at Buffalo School
of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. More than half of UB’s
medical students take the service learning elective. This year,
there’s a new twist.
A University at Buffalo team of researchers has been awarded a
federal grant to explore how environmental chemicals that disrupt
neuroendocrine circadian functions and hormone release may raise
the risk of diabetes and other disorders.
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