From left, SMART Co-Directors Omar Khan and Kemper Lewis, Global Health Equity Co-Directors Kasia Kordas and Samina Raja, and GEM Co-Directors Jennifer Surtees and Norma Nowak.
From left, Global Health Equity Co-Director Korydon Smith, graduate student and UB Food Lab Research Assistant Camile Brown, Honors College Director Dalia Muller and Global Health Equity Co-Director Samina Raja served as panelists for a discussion around educating the next generation of leaders.
Omar Khan, co-director of GEM and an associate professor in the Department of Architecture, School of Architecture and Planning, presents on his work with the Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop and how it engages with industry partners.
Bridget Brace-MacDonald, director of outreach activities for the Genome, Environment and Microbiome Community of Excellence, speaks about GEM's outreach and engagement efforts during a panel discussion.
Nicole Little, a dual degree student in architecture and planning and a graduate assistant with the Community for Global Health Equity, checks out one of the poster presentations displayed in the Center for Arts atrium as part of the symposium.
Wit Wichaidit was in Thailand conducting research, but technology allowed him to give his poster presentation on research into drinking and depressive experience among Thai adolescents remotely using Zoom.
Meng-Lun Lee, a member of the Control and Automation Laboratory in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, explains his research during the poster presentation session.
Published September 11, 2019