COVID-19 UPDATES • 5/12/2022
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As a scholarly community, we have both the power and the responsibility to combat hate, Tripathi says.
The effort, which will start in 2023, will move materials from Blackboard to Brightspace.
Yam, BS ’06, was honored for his “raw, urgent images” of U.S. departure from Kabul last summer.
The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place at 5:30 to 7 p.m. on May 11 on North Campus.
To honor nurses in Western New York and across the nation, the falls will be lit in blue and white.
The UB Libraries has received a challenge grant from the NEH toward the design of a new UB James Joyce Museum in Western New York. The museum was among 245 projects selected from around the nation for funding.
On June 4, Drew Weissman will visit UB to tell the truly amazing story of how he and his research partner co-developed the mRNA technology that made the COVID-19 vaccines possible.
The short-term programs, covering everything from social justice to data science, provide students with in-demand skills.
One World Café will offer campus an international menu.
More than a dozen professional schools and programs rose in the latest rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report.
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