COVID-19: UB Planning and Response • Updated 7/2/2020
More than 100 volunteers planted 90 trees and native shrubs at the Solar Strand site on Flint Road near the Maple Road entrance to the North Campus.
UB chemistry professor Joe Gardella and his students assist neighborhoods in determining the effects of local industries on their environment.
Through UB’s Center for Educational Collaboration 1,000 students in the Buffalo public schools have been offered opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math.
Sustainable Futures, a service learning program in architecture, landscape architecture and planning, is conducted in Monteverde, Costa Rica and hosted by the Monteverde Institute, the University at Buffalo, and other universities.
More than $3 million in grants have been awarded to the Buffalo Promise Neighborhood initiative to provide "cradle-to-career" support to Buffalo schoolchildren.
A Senior Environmental Design student from UB won the 13th session of the International Winter University competition for their proposal on how to fix the uncontrolled development of Irkutsk, Russia.
Eighteen UB students volunteered in the Louisiana Bayou during their winter break to work on wetland restoration projects.
A viewing area near the Falcon nesting box on South Campus is being developed by UB and the Department of Environmental Conservation.