10/23/18

Law professor Rebecca Redwood French was invited to speak at a conference at Bhutan’s first law school, established just last year.

10/23/18

UB pediatrician Mark Hicar offers tips for helping to prevent the viruses associated with the so-called mystery paralysis in children.

10/22/18

A special issue of a peer-reviewed journal outlines the new frontiers in, and challenges to, the governance of food systems.

10/22/18

Nima Arkani-Hamed, a winner of the $3 million Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, will speak on “The End of Space-Time.”

10/22/18

For faculty member Jessica Kruger, students’ commitment doesn’t end in the classroom.

10/22/18

Philosopher Kate Manne, whose book “Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny”  inspired the new “On Misogyny” lecture series, is the inaugural speaker.

10/22/18

Jacobs School associate dean Lisa Jane Jacobsen leads a fitness class to help medical students stay active.

10/19/18

A new book club brings together medical students and East Side residents in an effort to better understand and adress racial barriers.

10/19/18

A new study finds that terahertz data links aren’t as immune to eavesdropping as many have assumed.

10/19/18

UB Engineers Without Borders has formed a five-year partnership with La Laguna to provide clean drinking water to the community.

10/19/18

Cytocybernetics will use an SBIR award to develop a device for studying drugs that treat neurological disorders.

10/18/18

The UB expert in liver disease and hepatitis C virus uses telemedicine and other innovations to treat HCV in people who inject drugs.

Spirit of Freedom

UB supported #SpiritDay by promoting its values as a community through a public art display. Photos: Nancy J. Parisi (except where noted)

Published October 24, 2018

Learning beyond borders

UB’s Global Partners Studio builds relationships to offer students opportunities for experiential learning on global issues.

The new Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies looked at the past, present and future of the field at UB at its inaugural conference last Friday. The co-founders of UB's Women's Studies College, one of the first women's studies programs in the nation — (from left) Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy, Bonita Hampton and Sherri Darrow — delivered the conference's keynote presentation. Photo: Douglas Levere

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