Some incoming first-year students got a jump on their intro science courses by taking part in the Summer Science Workshops offered by the College of Arts and Sciences. The preparatory workshops were offered for students who will be taking introductory biological sciences or general chemistry or physics courses during their first year at UB. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki
A participant in UB's GenCyber Camp assembles a Raspberry Pi computer to defend the UB GenCyber network from a simulated cyberattack. The free camp, which took place June 27-29 and July 1-2 on the North Campus, introduce middle and high school students to cybersecurity as a future career option. It is presented by the schools of Management and Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the Center of Excellence in Information Systems Assurance Research and Education in the engineering school.
An article in The Washington Post about how to feed kids without resorting to “kid” food interviews Stephanie Anzman-Frasca.“We are born with a predisposition to accept sweet and reject bitter tastes, but children’s food preferences are malleable from there,” she said.
An article on City & State featured Mark Bartholomew who discussed a probe announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo into claims that Facebook’s advertising platform allowed state-regulated advertisers to discriminate against users based on race, national origin, religion and other classifications.