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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.
The U.S. Department of Education recognized the UB Teacher Residency Program as a blueprint for states, school districts and universities to follow to address the national teacher shortage.
The short-term programs, covering everything from social justice to data science, provide students with in-demand skills.
The study will assess how stimulus funding, the expanded Child Tax Credit and other forms of aid shaped student-mothers’ decisions and participation in higher education.
UB-led study recommends that schools use culturally relevant and Afrocentric policies and practices that better incorporate the identity of Black students in school culture.
The 18th Annual Safe Schools Initiative Seminar will bring together educators, parents and other professionals to discuss approaches to preventing targeted school violence.
Research team uses network analysis to illustrate impact of citation practices on Black women; earns ASEE best paper award.
Curricular changes are coming to every aspect of medical education, spurred by the demands of Jacobs School student leaders.
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