COVID-19 Community Resources

Despite the shift to distance learning and social distancing, the University at Buffalo continues to provide resources to the community.

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Webinars

  • 4/23/20

    Whether you’re looking to switch jobs, move ahead in the one you have, transition to a whole new field, or develop new skills, this free webinar series will give you smart strategies for success and help you take the necessary steps to gain confidence both personally and professionally. Our alumni webinar series highlights members of the UB community, as well as top career experts from around the globe.

  • 4/23/20

    Join the CEL team on weekly Webinars to navigate this COVID-19 crisis. These are free and open to all small business owners. We will spend 30 minutes sharing with you about relevant information for you to move forward.

  • 5/11/20

    In this series, President Tripathi poses five questions to members of the UB community who are making a positive impact on the communities that UB serves.

  • 5/26/20

    UB GEM has assembled a chat series featuring faculty, students and staff ready to answer your questions about the COVID-19 pandemic. This series is intended for K-12 students, but anyone wanting to know more is invited to participate!

Interactive Activities

  • 5/26/20

    UB grad student Raven “the Science Maven” Baxter merges rap with STEM education to inspire teens

  • 5/11/20

    The activity and coloring book designed to help reduce the fear and uncertainty children have about participating in research now has a web version.

  • 4/23/20

    A painter of dynamic scenery, intimate portraits, and sumptuous still life, Buffalo-born Sally Cook has been a vital part of the arts community in Western New York since her early years as a student at the Albright Art School in the 1950s. Explore the major paintings from Sally Cook's earliest abstract canvas dating 1960 to the most recent figurative works. 

  • 4/23/20

     UB geography researcher Monica Stephens created the “Color Buffalo” map, a printable coloring book that lets people create customized maps for offline coloring or painting. Found online, “Color Buffalo” enables users to zoom in on a map of Buffalo to produce a coloring page of a city block, or to zoom out to print pages of the entire region.

  • 5/26/20

    To celebrate the High School Class of 2020, University District Council Member Rasheed N.C. Wyatt, Erie County Legislature Chairwoman April Baskin, The University at Buffalo, and Key Bank are sponsoring a Drive-Thru Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, June 6 at The University of Buffalo South Campus.

Help and Assistance

  • 4/29/20

    UB researchers have created a map of food resources in Buffalo to help people locate and access food during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • 4/29/20

    Since fall 2018, the School of Law has offered a Veterans Legal Practicum to serve the legal needs of those who have served and their families. The practicum has now begun operating its popular help desks through an online portal, using a confidential sign-up inquiry system to offer meetings via Zoom to interested veterans.

Advice from UB Experts and Researchers