The Arditti Quartet, known world-wide for its spirited and technically refined interpretations of contemporary and earlier 20th-century music, will livestream a performance from the Hellerau European Centre for the Arts in Dresden, Germany, on Aug. 22 as part of its spring 2020 residency in UB’s Creative Arts Initiative.
Michael F. Noe, emeritus clinical professor and associate dean for community relations and clinical affairs in the School of Public Health and Health Professions (SPHHP), has endowed a fund to provide scholarships supporting educational diversity, equity and inclusion in SPHHP.
Wearing masks is a key component of UB’s new Health and Safety Guidelines, and faculty, staff and students returning to campus for the fall semester can find many locations on campus where they can receive a free mask or purchase more masks.
To reduce the risk of virus transmission, and in accordance with SUNY guidelines, a precautionary seven-day quarantine at their own residence is highly recommended for all UB students, faculty and staff who return to or come to campus in August (or thereafter) to start the academic year.
Members of the UB community are invited to donate school supplies to benefit students in pre-kindergarten through grade 8 that are attending schools in the Buffalo Niagara region. The Office of Community Relations has taken into consideration public health guidelines in order to make this annual event as safe and easy as possible for university community members who want to donate.
“Let’s Talk about Race,” the series of university-wide lectures, town halls and other events designed to foster conversations toward achieving UB’s goal of deep cultural and structural transformation, continues on July 15 with“A Call to Action:Town Hall with the Provost and Unit Diversity Officers at UB.”