Minority and women entrepreneurs in Western New York will have the opportunity to boost their businesses, thanks to the renewal of a significant grant from Open4 in support of the School of Management's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL).
Mohamed Bah, a rising third-year student at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, is looking forward to working with the widely lauded Buffalo Bills medical team in a clinical rotation in August.
Blair Peters, a gender-affirming surgeon and advocate for LGBTQ health, will be the keynote speaker at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences’ inaugural LGBTQIA+ Education and Inclusivity in Health Care event on May 23.
Derek Greenfield, a nationally recognized speaker, educator and activist committed to inclusive excellence and positive change, will deliver the keynote at this year’s Inclusive Excellence Summit on May 4 in the Student Union.
Billionaire philanthropist Mackenzie Scott recently made a $10 million gift to the nonprofit organization, The Literacy Lab, where UB GSE alumna Heather Jenkins, PhD ’11, serves as chief executive officer.
Crump is combining his previous experience with the knowledge gained from the teacher residency program to set a path for his students that he also walked down. With Crump in the classroom, more students can also confidently say, “I’ve got plenty of time.”
A recent University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education study explored the mentorship practices valued most by minoritized STEM postdoctoral researchers, including women, people of color and individuals with international status.