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COVID-19: UB Planning and Response • Updated 7/15/2020
“Thinking Through Photographs” provokes deep thinking about the images that proliferate in today’s world, and our reactions to them.
This year the single Day of Caring has shifted to eight weeks of virtual or safe, in-person volunteer opportunities.
With strong support from UB and SUNY, the New York attorney general had filed a lawsuit challenging the policy.
The guidelines were informed by recommendations from the CDC, NYS Department of Health, SUNY and UB faculty experts.
A panel featuring UB faculty and community leaders will follow the talk by Davarian Baldwin, leading historian and cultural critic.
UB law professor Athena Mutua offers her thoughts on the police and other issues raised during the recent weeks of social protests.
UB's president says this week's ICE ruling "runs contrary to our longstanding commitment to inclusion and equity in higher education."
Esther Jose came to UB as a "terrified" 17-year-old from India, earned a BS in engineering and is now headed to MIT to study business analytics.
Tristan Lynn and Joseph Crane have formed a tight bond through the shared experience of treating COVID-19 patients.
Virtual panel members discussed racial inequities, macroaggressions and microaggressions, and white privilege.
Sponsorship from Linde, Verizon Media and M&T Bank expands opportunities for female science and engineering students at UB.
Marlyce Godoy and Ahmed Saleh are further evidence of the EOC’s legacy of transforming lives.