COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/25/2020
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A virtual panel discussion on Sept. 24 will celebrate Mary Burnett Talbert, a Buffalo resident who was famous in her time for her tireless work in advancing human rights.
The contest, founded by a UB chemistry professor, takes on new meaning in a pandemic.
Shielded from public view for 24 years, the ruling allows the public to assess whether legislators have financial conflicts that may influence their decision-making
Multidisciplinary UB research group awarded nearly $2 million from DEC to assess plastic recycling industry, educate public.
Fortune has named University at Buffalo graduate student Raven Baxter to the magazine’s exclusive 40 Under 40 list of emerging leaders in the field of health care.
Patricia Diaz, Professor of Empire Innovation in the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, has been named the new director of the UB Microbiome Center.
The University at Buffalo S-Miles to Go dental van will provide free dental care to people of all ages in the Western New York community through Oct. 30.
The university will coordinate with state and local health departments whenever there is a known, confirmed case of COVID-19 among the UB community.
The UB Graduate School of Education will cancel classes to hold a mandatory teach-in on the root causes and effects of racial injustice and systemic racism, particularly in education.
Historian Lillian S. Williams’ research on Talbert — an early 20th century civil rights reformer, suffragist and human rights advocate — has spanned over four decades and two continents.