COVID-19 UPDATES • 11/30/2020
UB's Palah Light Lab takes a feminist and queer-centered approach in its mission of political engagement and social justice through instruction, poetry and gaming.
Perry lecturer Thomas LaVeist says researchers must look at communities where residents have the same risk profiles and socioeconomic status.
During a UB webinar, two friends from different backgrounds said it's not sufficient to be just an ally unless the definition is widened to include being active — not passive — in the cause.
A $1 million grant to UB researchers will support work with partners in Buffalo and Minneapolis to grow urban agriculture policy from the ground up.
In a Zoom event, two longtime friends will discuss what is needed to combat racial inequities, and how communities can work together to create meaningful change.
A yearlong series presented by OIX and the unit diversity officers aims to provide advice for instructors on how to make their teaching and curriculum more inclusive.
In addition to the national Student Veteran Leadership Award, Justin Downey also was appointed to a SUNY-wide student advocacy panel.
The annual event showcasing UB's cultural diversity will take place virtually, and will be expanded over the coming two weeks.
Law professor Michael Boucai’s research explores the changing meaning of family and family relationships.
Statistics show Buffalo may be one of a few U.S. cities that has been able to reduce the percentage of COVID-19 fatalities among African Americans.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gilbert King discussed his book, “Devil in the Grove,” and the activist history of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.
Tolulope Odunsi, assistant dean for diversity, equity and inclusion at the law school, says reconceptualizing bias is essential to our lives.
The center's projects aim to advance implementation of universal design.
The event, part of the “Let’s Talk About Race” series, will focus on the civil rights activist and namesake for Talbert Way.
A science communicator, Raven Baxter has secured major deals to write a children’s book and create a science education TV show.