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COVID-19 UPDATES • 6/3/2021
Clinicians at UB and Oishei Children’s Hospital have implemented a mental health screening tool for cystic fibrosis patients and their caregivers.
In a piece in The Conversation, UB urban planners Daniel Hess and Jeffrey Rehler describe what happened when Buffalo changed its zoning rules.
An NEH grant to support the UB project is part of a program that uses the humanities as channels for veterans to think more deeply about their military service.
Data shared via a new dashboard could be a leading indicator of increases in infection in the community.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, UB researchers are helping to ensure that beautiful music plays on at Kleinhans Music Hall.
The company helps nonprofits gather community-generated content to build engagement and raise funds.
UB study finds “high-impact practices” could close the learning gap between U.S.-born and immigrant and international students.
UB’s CTSI is part of a collaborative effort to reduce vaccine hesitancy by providing clear, reliable information to non-English speakers.
The annual Erich Bloch Symposium shows how a data-informed community can address climate change, public health and other pressing societal challenges.
UB researchers suggest portfolio assessments as an alternative to standardized tests for resettled students to graduate.
The nonprofit organization founded by UB faculty member Dennis Maher has received the Great Places Award from the Environmental Design Research Association.
Employees who lack power at work can become paranoid and lash out against colleagues or family members, according to new UB research.