COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/22/2021
News about partnerships and programs that support the local community, including community-led initiatives. (see all topics)
Panel discussion Oct. 28 will invite community members and scholars together to talk about the study's findings and forge a path forward.
Researchers will develop digital literacy tools, and share them with senior citizens and teens.
The program – a partnership between UB Dental and the Eighth District Dental Society – will provide free dental care to nearly 200 Western New York veterans.
The center is committed to providing academic, vocational and career services to Western New York residents.
Neglect represents about 75% of child protection cases, but it remains understudied compared to other types of child maltreatment.
A 2-mile long community Freedom Walk down Michigan Avenue, featuring speakers, singers, dancers and drummers, kicks off the conference on Aug. 13.
The free summer program was hosted by the departments of geology and environment and sustainability.
Lillian S. Williams has devoted much of her career to building archives and organizations to advance the study of Black history, women’s history and local history.
The work centers on photoacoustic tomography, which uses laser light and ultrasound.
The students developed their policy recommendations through the Western New York Youth Alliance for Education, an initiative of the UB Graduate School of Education.
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