COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/22/2021
News about UB’s graduate education programs and our partnerships with local schools. (see all topics)
College students who engaged in four or more high-impact practices have a 70% chance of either enrolling in graduate school or finding a full-time job after graduating with a bachelor’s degree, finds a UB study.
The UB researchers also recommend schools implement alternatives to standardized tests for resettled students, develop new policies to confront sexual trauma, and provide support to school staff.
A pair of researchers have conceptualized a new framework to help school leaders rethink anti-Black policies and practices, and help Black children recognize and celebrate their cultural identity.
UB is No. 20 among public institutions and ranks 50th among all U.S. universities in the QS USA University Rankings, announced this morning.
Additional partners include The John R. Oishei Foundation, Kaleida Health, Community Tech NY.
The UB study is one of few to examine the impact of bullying at boarding schools.
UB professors Jaekyung Lee and Anya Bernstein have received 2020-21 Fulbright Scholar Awards, one of the most widely recognized and prestigious scholarships in the world.
The UB Graduate School of Education will host “Creating the Beloved Community,” a symposium that will share insights on reshaping our education system.
The gift comes from late UB faculty member, Carl V. Granger, who was a successful entrepreneur.
Kwak will serve as UB’s senior international officer, responsible for leading central international research and academic programs and services.
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