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COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/20/2021
Crowded buses and long lines at restaurants are due to the labor shortage that emerged during the pandemic, UB administrators say.
UB also ranks 31st among public colleges and universities nationwide in the 2022 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings.
The work on the home of the School of Architecture and Planning includes restoration of the exterior, redesign of the interior and installation of new HVAC systems.
UBNOW talks with biostatistician Jihnhee Yu, whose work aims to apply data to pressing medical questions.
Carol Ramos-Gerena is among 40 scholars selected as a Health Policy Research Scholars fellow by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The NAVIGATE Project aims to increase the number of women in the STEM workforce by teaching them how to confront discrimination both interpersonally and organizationally.
The new rule takes effect in October and applies to those attending events in UB Stadium, Alumni Arena, the Center for the Arts and Slee Hall.
The pilot program brings together people with common purposes and identity to meet, converse and share ideas.
Jelyse Williams continuously pushes herself out of her comfort zone to try new things.
The free, two-day event at Silo City features speakers, panels and community conversations.