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COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/2/2020
A science communicator, Raven Baxter has secured major deals to write a children’s book and create a science education TV show.
The U.S. Crystal Growing Competition, founded by UB chemistry professor Jason Benedict, takes on new meaning in a pandemic.
The event, part of the “Let’s Talk About Race” series, will focus on the civil rights activist and namesake for Talbert Way.
The exhibitions at the UB Art Gallery in the Center for the Arts and the UB Anderson Gallery are on view by appointment only.
Michael Mwenso’s course, “Protest, Hope and Resilience through Black Arts,” is part of programming for the UB Arts Collaboratory.
The ruling in the case invalidates the county’s local laws that block potential financial conflicts from disclosure by elected officials.
The “Together, we are UB” campaign uses digital resources to reinforce UB’s Health and Safety Guidelines.
The first testing location is in the Student Union, with more sites planned for the South and Downtown campuses.
Biomedical engineering students worked with Saebo Inc. to improve the SaeboFlex glove, which is used in the rehabilitation of the hand after neurologic damage.
UB comes in at No. 34 among public universities and at No. 88 among national universities — both public and private institutions.
Hosted by the Jacobs Institute, UB faculty are among the speakers who will discuss what the future of medicine looks like as a result of COVID-19.
With a goal of 2,021 donors, the campaign offers employees numerous programs they can support across UB’s 12 schools and units.