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COVID-19 Information • Updated 3/28/2020
Computer science student Anant Patni hopes Pulse and Peaceful Sounds will help relief stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Farzana Ali learned many lessons during her four years at UB, but to many she was the one teaching the valuable lessons.
A UB faculty member since 1996, Lewis has steadily risen through the ranks of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
Medical services officer Lt. A. Fox was sent to Stratton Air National Guard Base in Schenectady in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
The 1976 civil engineering graduate says the donation is designed to provide students and their families resources during these difficult times.
A micro-distillery with a UB connection is helping the community stay healthy by turning spirits into hand sanitizer that it offers free of charge.
There was limited exposure to others within the division, based on the timing of when this individual was last in Athletics' facilities.
Rob Grabowski, vice president of advancement, asks faculty and staff to support students who are dramatically impacted by the transition to distance learning.
UB senior Gina Carbone shares how changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic have affected her personal and academic life.
Testing on SEAS's shake table finds that UBIT's servers are unlikely to be disrupted during One World Café construction.
UB public health researcher Shauna Zorich says the leadership of the medical school helped Buffalo weather the outbreak better than many cities.
The student is self-isolating at their off-campus residence, as is a close family member who is also a medical student and is awaiting testing.