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COVID-19 UPDATES • 6/16/2021
The five bachelor's and master's degree programs will provide students with the skills needed to succeed in rapidly developing and expanding professions.
A program in which Schomburg fellows mentor Honors College students aims to improve retention and ensure students' overall success.
The mural is part of a broader effort to raise awareness of the UB James Joyce Collection and create a Joyce museum on the South Campus.
With support from UB’s WNY Youth Alliance for Education, the students will push for increased cultural diversity, LGBTQ inclusion and mental health resources.
The renaming of the Ellicott residence hall honors the late UB student-athlete and longtime Buffalo Public Schools educator.
The dental school is joining with Arc of Genesee Orleans this summer to treat many patients who face barriers to oral health care.
The funding, part of UB’s PhD Excellence Initiative, supports the cost of broad-based fees for full time, fully funded students, starting in the 2021-22 academic year.
The foundation’s assets grew to $1.4 billion from $6 million during Schneider’s 45-year tenure.
The online contest cracks COVID isolation issues to help students connect what they were learning in class with clinical practice.
The work of students in a graduate sustainability seminar this spring will be folded into UB’s climate action planning efforts.
The rules for summer reflect revised guidance recently issued by SUNY as colleges and universities prepare for a more normal return to campus come fall.
The club’s steel bridge and concrete canoe teams won their regional competitions, and the club also earned recognition from the national ASCE.