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As a scholarly community, we have both the power and the responsibility to combat hate, Tripathi says.
The National Science Foundation-funded project includes Roswell Park and other partners; it will help ensure U.S. leadership in science and engineering, and help drive innovation in the U.S. economy.
A senior product development and management executive, Gardner has overseen startup ventures at UB, will replace Christina Orsi.
To more powerfully address and reverse Buffalo’s entrenched health disparities, a UB center dedicated to regenerating underdeveloped neighborhoods is joining the Community Health Equity Research Institute.
The center is committed to providing academic, vocational and career services to Western New York residents.
With an original goal of $650 million, donors have committed more than $711 million to date.
The announcement relates to UB's $650 million Boldly Buffalo campaign.
The BIG program was created to leverage and advance life science innovations in thr greater Buffalo area.
Additional partners include The John R. Oishei Foundation, Kaleida Health, Community Tech NY.
Named in honor of UB’s founding in 1846, the program will celebrate 46 of the fastest-growing businesses owned or led by UB alumni or former students.
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