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The Harvard professor and political activist spoke at the Department of Surgery's recent "Beyond the Knife" event.
The exhibits in the Silverman Library and the Student Union feature the images and words of members of the UB community.
UB is home to researchers whose scholarship explores the impact that Black people have had across the world, as well as examines their struggles for equality.
Raven Baxter and Olivia Geneus talk about the online movements they founded to celebrate and elevate the voices of Black scientists.
The SUNY-wide Pre-Med Opportunity Program offers assistance to help EOP students be admitted to SUNY medical schools.
The database project offers a more accurate and expansive view of the business side of enslavement.
The gift from the late professor Carl Granger will be used to fund university-wide diversity initiatives and student scholarships, and to establish endowed faculty positions.
The project, funded by an $8.2M grant, aims to improve options for people with disabilities, those in low-income neighborhoods and older adults.
The social activist discussed what it's like when they call you a terrorist and the power of protest during the 45th MLK Jr. Commemoration keynote address.
The initiative's inaugural event is a Feb. 18 Zoom talk by political activist and bestselling author Cornel West.
A variety of activities highlight and bring heightened awareness and understanding to African American history and culture.
Renaming Transnational Studies to Africana and American Studies builds on a 50-year tradition in African, African American and American studies.
New UB research uncovers why women lag behind men in creative performance — and how organizations can level the playing field.
Creating pathways for minority candidates, especially former players, to achieve leadership success could go a long way, UB's Helen "Nellie" Drew says.
The course, taught by Dean Seneca, aims to support future public health leaders in promoting well-being throughout the world.
UB faculty members Kelly Patterson and Michael Mwenso review the year and predict what's ahead for 2021.
Destination Dental School aims to remove barriers to careers in dentistry for students of color.