COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/10/2021
The ribbon-cutting celebrated the new public art project showcasing UB’s pride and support for the LGBTQ community.
The program will bring promising doctoral scholars from historically underrepresented populations to UB to build a network for potential hires.
UB’s Social Impact Fellows harness the power of collaboration to make a difference.
‘Progress Pride Paths’ is the first project in the new Contemplative Sites series that aims to celebrate UB’s history and diversity in public spaces on campus.
A partnership with GiGi’s Playhouse provides UB students with in-classroom experience teaching special needs students.
The law school professor led UB's diversity and inclusion efforts before being promoted to a similar role at SUNY.
A $478,000 grant will support UB research to understand when and why librarians of color are likely to leave the profession.
UB students participating in the annual Diversity + Design competition generated a series of thoughtful proposals for a memorial to victims of COVID-19.
Healing historical trauma from racist research, policies and practices is the theme of this year's conference.
The School of Law program mentors promising underrepresented and first-gen students who are considering a career in law.
UB professor Lillian Williams has devoted her career to building archives and organizations to advance the study of Black history, women’s history and local history.
A federal grant extension will allow UB to continue to provide interprofessional education, training and stipends to graduate students.
UB professor Daniel Hess discusses how gay communities' experience with the HIV/AIDS pandemic made them well equipped to help early in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reclaim the Bench examines the role of racism and prejudice in scientific discovery, while also highlighting those who overcame those obstacles to make meaningful contributions.
The team, which declined a trip to the Tangerine Bowl in support of its Black teammates, will be the second team inducted as a Team of Distinction.
The program aims to remove barriers to careers in dentistry for underrepresented students.
A program in which Schomburg fellows mentor Honors College students aims to improve retention and ensure students' overall success.