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  • Is It Better Than the Real Thing? Simulation and the Future of Health Care
    UB Nursing instructors and alumni Kelly Foltz-Ramos, PhD '17, CAS '17, MS '08, Assistant Professor and Director of Simulation, and James Cozza, MS '12, BS '08, Clinical Instructor and Simulation Coordinator use simulation technologies in the classroom to better prepare nursing students for real world care scenarios.
  • You're not presenting to yourself!

    During this webinar we’ll look at two of the fundamental underpinnings of Consultative Selling – Social Style and Risk Sensitivity – and how we can evaluate the stakeholder’s profile and adjust our messaging to have maximum impact and therefore close more deals, sometimes even shortening the sales cycle in the process.

    Art Fromm, BS ’81, owner of Technical Sales Development Inc (TSD), a Buffalo-based Consultative Sales Transformation company, will share insights based on his career as Engineer, SE/AM/Sales Manager, and Sales Enablement roles.

    Originally presented: Wednesday, June 14, 2017

  • Managing a Diverse Workforce
    Courtney J. Burris (she/her), PhD '23, MS '19, clinical assistant professor of management science and systems in the UB School of Management, presents this engaging workshop for people and organizations looking to enhance diversity and inclusivity within their workforce.
  • The Power of Collaboration - How the UB School of Management Faculty Built a Generative Culture
    Join UB School of Management faculty members, Charles Lindsey, Mary Ann Rogers, EMBA '98, BA '86, and Timothy Maynes, who will share the challeges of culture change as well as specific efforts in developing a forward-thinking, altruistic model in the school.
  • Beyond the Lawnmower - Meadowscape, Micro-Forest, and Biodiversity in the Landscape
    Spring has sprung and Daniel Seiders, Landscape Architectural Planner with the Campus Planning team, will educate you on history of lawns and share some changes that could be better for the environment and you!
  • UB Veggie Van - Innovating How Our Campuses Think About Food Access
    Join Leah Vermont, MA '18, Assistant Director of Community Outreach and Partnerships, and Angelica Tutasi Lozada, predoctoral associate, from the Veggie Van team as they give us an in-depth look at Veggie Van and their vision to make healthier food accessible to all.
  • Care of Non-Binary Youth in Transition
    Join Dr. Lucy Mastrandrea, PhD '99, MD '99, Division Chief of Pediatric Endocrinology and Medical Director of UBMD Pediatrics and Oishei Children’s Hospital of Buffalo Diabetes Center and Dr. Kathleen Bethin, PhD '95, MD '95, BS '87, Pediatric Fellowship Director and the Associate Chair for Outpatient Clinical Affairs for UBMD Pediatrics for a discussion on the care of non-binary youth.
  • Support From the Start - UB’s Cultivator Boosts WNY’s Earliest Stage Startups With Mentorship and Capital
    Over the last decade, UB has played a part in the push to develop a robust startup economy in Western New York. Our Cultivator program identifies talented innovators from all corners of the community, then provides them with mentorship and investments to propel their businesses into the market. Come meet some of the UB team behind Cultivator and hear from a few of the inspiring startup founders who have participated in the program.
  • Balancing Act - Career Advancement Strategies for Single Parent Executives
    Cathy Lanzalaco, CEO of Inspire Careers will guide single parents from mid-level to executive roles, offering strategies for balancing career advancement with parenting responsibilities and achieving professional and personal success.
  • Elevating Impact - University at Buffalo's Social Impact Fellowship
    Learn more about the UB Social Impact Fellowship program and how it blends students from all academic areas to take on societal issues head on with Michael Lynch, MSW '10, clinical professor in the School of Social Work, and Social Impact Fellowship graduate, Elizabeth Ramirez.

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