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COVID-19 UPDATES • 1/21/2022
UB public health students are working with Peaceprints to help previously incarcerated people re-enter the community.
The team leading interprofessional education at UB has been recognized by the National Academies of Practice with the Interprofessional Group Recognition Award.
While the café portion won't open until March, seating and meeting areas will open to the public for the start of classes on Jan. 31.
Speaking at the virtual event will be educator and former Black Panther Party member Ericka Huggins.
The Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors honored the director of counseling services for her work in campus mental health.
The event marking National Girls and Women in Sports Day will feature nationally successful women sports professionals.
The $102 million project will accommodate the continued growth of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
The Charter School of Applied Technologies adopts a reading program with a new approach that was introduced as a UB summer project.
The “Food as Medicine” intersession provided medical and dietetics students with tools aimed at boosting the health of Western New Yorkers in 2022.
Miles Mykkanen, joined by UB pianist and faculty member Eric Huebner, will present the fifth concert of this season’s Slee Visiting Artist Series.