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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.
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.
The international conference will allow researchers and practitioners to share research and discuss the use of positioning theory across disciplines.
The EOC honored alumni who transformed from former students to teachers and community and faith-based leaders.
The effort, funded by a $1 million National Science Foundation grant, aims to make STEM learning fun and engaging for young students.
The three-day event charts a path for sustained collaborations relating to nanomaterials for electronics, photonics, and biotechnology.
The effort, which will start in 2023, will move materials from Blackboard to Brightspace.
The lessons and activities urge students to think about what plastic is, how they use plastic, and about the consequences of plastic pollution in the environment.
Hart — an activist, writer, highly acclaimed speaker, and award-winning sexuality educator — will deliver the lecture to kick off UB's 2022 Pride Week celebration.
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