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Students present ideas to the Army Corps of Engineers, Seneca Nation of Indians and other stakeholders.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Nearly twice as many students from underrepresented groups enrolled in the class of 2022 at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo than in the previous year.

Students are using CRISPR to alter yeast genes in a course on genetics at UB that also asks them to consider the technology’s potential societal implications.


Classes range from full-day seminars to a 7-month certification program.


Goal is to improve the employability of librarians in the 21st century by developing skills working with big data.


Activities include rides in a self-driving bus, robot demonstrations, robot programing and learning about careers in robotics.


To improve teamwork and communication between nursing and pharmacy students, the UB School of Nursing and School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences have turned to escape rooms, the mystery-themed game, for interprofessional training.


UB’s Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention takes on the increasingly prevalent and timely issue of “microaggressions” at its annual conference being held Oct. 2.


The UB Center for Industrial Effectiveness (TCIE), the business outreach center of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, conceived the course and directed production.


The project aims to attract students from middle school to graduate school.