News about UB initiatives and research relating to diversity, equity and inclusion. (see all topics)
Evans was one of two Black players on UB’s football team that declined to play in the 1958 Tangerine Bowl because Evans and teammate Mike Wilson would have been barred from playing.
Their projects will tackle pressing societal concerns ranging from racial inequality in the U.S. to PFAS pollution, the need for better semiconductors, and energy conservation.
Destination Dental School – a program that aims to remove barriers to careers in dentistry for underrepresented students – received the 2022 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award.
UB's Destination Dental School and Native American Pre-Dental Student Gateway Program partnered to remove barriers to careers in dentistry for underrepresented students.
Program aims to help address the crisis facing cities across the U.S. and builds on a long history of research in affordable housing at UB.
Aga, director of the UB RENEW Institute, is a globally recognized leader in environmental and analytical chemistry.
Project is a response to community members’ desire for more health and nutrition resources at store that was site of May 14 shooting.
A new book explores how nine countries address the issue of educational inequity, sharing critical analysis of the school reform policies employed across five continents.
The 5th Annual Teaching Black History Conference is the signature event of the UB Center for K–12 Black History and Racial Literacy Education.
Community Climate Leadership program aims to develop “citizen architects” while preparing trainees for stable, living-wage employment.
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