"Diversity does not occur along with excellence or in spite of excellence, but it is integral to the excellence and success of any institution."
-Marc A. Nivet, Ed.D., Chief Diversity Officer, AAMC
Join us with CLIMB at Experience UB Fair Today! Explore countless experiential learning opportunities through departmental programs, research, internships and service in the greater Buffalo community. If you are looking for ways to apply your learning outside of the classroom and gain invaluable hands-on experiences to add to your resume, the Experience UB Fair is a fantastic way to start.
CLIMB offers so many different opportunities for undergrads (CLIMB PRO), graduates (CLIMB HI) and students (CLIMB UP) to enhance your educational goals, and advance your academic and professional career.
Find Deb McLoughlin, M.Ed CLIMB & IMSD Coordinator! She will be there to answer all your questions and guide you through what is the best fit for your goals.
Location: Academic Spine - outside of Baldy Hall
Time: 11am to 1pm
Doctoral students Megan E. Conrow-Graham and Jamal B. Williams (Award of Excellence Recipients) have created a podcast that shines a spotlight on unsung heroes in science and medicine.
The theme of the podcast is a combination of science and social justice through storytelling. Don't miss it!
Read the article in the Jacob's School News Section Podcast Focuses on Unsung Heroes in Science, Medicine
Also featured in WGRZ UB Students create podcast about overlooked medical history | wgrz.com
Our office coordinates educational programs and workshops that reinforce our school’s commitment to excellence through diversity and inclusion.
Our services and expertise help increase cultural competency among decision makers and enrich the pool of eligible faculty candidates from diverse backgrounds.
Three distinguished women scientists describe their experiences with harassment and discrimination at prestigious institutions and the impact that this has had on their careers.
Students, trainees, faculty members and staff members have the right to learn, teach and work in a setting free of mistreatment, harassment and discrimination. If you have concerns related to treatment you have received from others, we have processes in place to provide you with resolutions.