COVID-19 UPDATES • 4/20/2021
For researchers at UB's Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the principles of team science have become part of everyday life since the pandemic.
On the same day the jury began deliberations in the Derek Chauvin trial, a panel of legal scholars effectively put aspects of the U.S. law enforcement system on trial.
Transform this moment into a turning point for reconciliation and change, UB's president urges campus community.
The recognition remains virtual this year, with congratulatory messages from the president and provost, and a website devoted to students' outstanding achievements.
Amy Vilz was recognized posthumously as a librarian “who goes above and beyond to serve their communities.”
In addition to the emergency funding through the HEERF II program, UB has also worked to address students' mental health and wellness concerns.
Researchers can get more useful data on the brain-gut connection from a new method utilizing Raspberry Pi and near-infrared imaging technologies.
The rankings recognize the university's progress in addressing the U.N. Sustainable Development Goal pertaining to climate action.
UB is urging all students to schedule their COVID-19 shots — for their own safety, as well as that of the greater community.
Here are some UB faculty members’ thoughts on the trial and the continued push for racial and social justice in the United States.