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COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/23/2020
Colleagues and former students turn out for multiple virtual symposiums and Zoom sessions to celebrate the statistics pioneer and UB research professor.
The “Hamilton” star kicked off the 2021 Distinguished Speakers Series with a talk and performance delivered to a UB audience via Zoom.
The public art installation coincides with an exhibition of the artist's work opening Oct. 29 in the UB Art Gallery in the Center for the Arts.
James M. O’Donnell will return to a role as a faculty member after seven years at the helm.
UB historian Kristin Stapleton videotaped two lectures on Chinese writers for an open resource Ohio State series.
A new podcast, blog and online magazine aim to bring new scholars into the discussion and build upon the interdisciplinary relationships that make the center unique.
In a message to the campus community, UB's president outlines the financial implications of the pandemic on the university and how UB is addressing those challenges.
Beginning on Oct. 13, the COVID-19 screening tool will feature text reminders, as well as a change in requirements for employees and others who do business with UB.
The new Career Services' initiative allows students to digitally explore career paths in six industries by creating personal networks and mentors.
The committee’s informational programs and registration events aim to raise student awareness.
Aaron Epstein was recognized for his work as founder and president of the not-for-profit humanitarian organization Global Surgical and Medical Support Group.
Emily Kirisits’ internship at Make-A-Wish of Metro New York and Western New York set her on a path for a career in the nonprofit field.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gilbert King discussed his book, “Devil in the Grove,” and the activist history of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.