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COVID-19 UPDATES • 11/30/2020
A UB program helped students from around the world examine their experiences during the pandemic by creating COVID-themed comics.
The number of international students at UB in fall 2019 totaled 6,733, according to the annual Open Doors report.
UB researcher Holly Buck is co-editor of a new book in which scholars explore the social and ethical dimensions of deliberate efforts to alter Earth’s climate.
UB’s experiential learning programs expand to another African frontier.
During a UB webinar, two friends from different backgrounds said it's not sufficient to be just an ally unless the definition is widened to include being active — not passive — in the cause.
UB librarians have repeatedly answered the call to rapidly and accurately inform the public, both on campus and on the frontlines.
The honor from the American Mathematical Society places the UB faculty member among the world’s outstanding mathematicians.
The effort on the North Campus is part of the university’s push to advance climate action.
The project with Career Services offers a guide for other units looking to using UB technology to get things done in the age of COVID-19.
In “Bloodletting and Germs,” retired UB professor Thomas Rosenthal provides insights into how country doctors handled health crises of the past.
The university continues to conduct SUNY-mandated testing of thousands of students before they leave for the Thanksgiving break.
Environmental design students are working with regional leaders on a feasibility study for an intercity, high-speed bus line along the NYS Thruway.