UB Public Service News


$3.96 Million USDA Grant to UB's Raja to Promote Food Security in U.S. Google 翻訳
Samina Raja, PhD, associate professor of urban and regional planning in the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, has received a five-year, $3.96 million grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, to fund her project, "Building Local Government Capacity to Alleviate Food Deserts."

UB and SUNY Fredonia to Offer Business Improvement Programs Google 翻訳
Chautauqua County professionals will have easier access to business improvement education thanks to a new partnership between the University at Buffalo and SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator.

MBA Students Provide Service During Orientation Google 翻訳
Incoming MBA students in the University at Buffalo School of Management will provide hundreds of hours of community service to local nonprofit organizations on Aug. 21 as part of their entree into the MBA program.

UB Distinguished Speakers Series Announces 2012-13 Schedule Google 翻訳
The University at Buffalo has announced the schedule for its 26th annual Distinguished Speakers Series, which will run from Sept. 20 through April 27 at 8 p.m. in Alumni Arena and the Center for the Arts on the UB North Campus.

From Building State's First LEED Gold-Certified Public University Residence Hall to Saving Old Furniture, UB Becomes More Sustainable Google 翻訳
Whether fixing old chairs or building eco-friendly residence halls, UB promotes a culture of sustainability at its three campuses. Aside from saving money, the university's efforts aim to educate, inspire and enable people, both on and off campus, to reduce their environmental footprints.

Media Advisory: Young Scientists Harness UB's Computing Power to Map Cancer Clusters Google 翻訳
High school scientists who programmed University at Buffalo computers to study regional cancer rates will share the results of their work on Friday, July 6 at UB.

Buffalo Teachers Look to Reshape Science Education Through Hands-On Learning Google 翻訳
Fifty-eight teachers in Buffalo Public Schools have been selected to take part in the Interdisciplinary Science and Education Partnership (ISEP), a professional development program that encourages hands-on laboratory and field work in science classes. The program is coordinated by UB John and Frances Larkin Professor of Chemistry Joseph Gardella.

UB, School of Management to Invest $525,000 in CEL Google 翻訳
The University at Buffalo and the School of Management have announced plans to invest $525,000 in the school's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL) to expand both the scope and reach of its activities.

Summer Science Camps and Research Opportunities Available for Students at 12 Buffalo Schools Google 翻訳
A number of exciting summer science and technology camps and research opportunities are still available for students in 12 Buffalo schools through the University at Buffalo and Buffalo Public Schools' Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership (ISEP).

At Attorney General Holder's Request, UB Expert on Police Health Will Participate in Law Enforcement Summit Google 翻訳
John Violanti, PhD, professor of social and preventive medicine in the University at Buffalo's School of Public Health and Health Professions, will participate in a Law Enforcement Executives Summit on June 27 at the invitation of U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.

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