COVID-19 UPDATES • 4/16/2021
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Additional partners include The John R. Oishei Foundation, Kaleida Health, Community Tech NY.
Educators, judges, practitioners and activists will discuss how to ensure students of color are better prepared and supported as the become attorneys.
The UB School of Dental Medicine has received a $780,000 grant from the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation to expand its S-Miles to Go program through the addition of a second mobile dental clinic.
The UB Graduate School of Education will host “Creating the Beloved Community,” a symposium that will share insights on reshaping our education system.
The gift comes from late UB faculty member, Carl V. Granger, who was a successful entrepreneur.
The project focuses on improving transportation options for people with disabilities, low-income neighborhoods and older adults.
Kwak will serve as UB’s senior international officer, responsible for leading central international research and academic programs and services.
UB was ranked No. 19 in Forbes’ America’s Best Large Employers 2021, an annual ranking of the most-liked companies by United States employees.
UB received a gift as part of the Boldly Buffalo campaign from alumna Margie Hempling McGlynn to create the Margaret Hempling McGlynn Endowed Chair in Clinical Pharmacy.
With lessons learned from a successful 2020, UB is well-positioned for safe and rewarding spring semester.