“We are excited to welcome these distinguished scholars to UB, who I know will have broad impact on our campus and community, contributing individually and collectively to a dynamic interdisciplinary environment at UB — expanding opportunities for our students and faculty to innovate in their scholarly and creative endeavors, and ultimately, enhancing the success of our students and faculty,” said Provost A. Scott Weber. See campus news article in UBNow.
An article in The New York Times about those who argue that, while research shows there is no causal relationship between immigration and crime in the U.S., it is unauthorized immigrants who increase crime, not immigrants overall, reports that early results of research by Robert Adelman, associate professor and chair of the UB Department of Sociology, suggests unauthorized immigration has no effect on violent crime and is associate with lower property crime.
The College of Arts and Sciences introduced Maura Belliveau as the inaugural director of its Center for Diversity Innovation at a meet-and-greet reception on Monday. Faculty and staff gathered in the Student Union’s Landmark Room to hear her vision for UB’s continued efforts in diversity and inclusion.

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