COVID-19: UB Planning and Response • Updated 6/5/2020
Research found that obese kids under lockdown in Italy ate more junk food and watched more TV at the expense of physical activity.
Students, medical residents, faculty and administrators are speaking out against racism and injustice, and launching new initiatives.
Guests will include Ireland's ambassador to the U.S., lawmakers and acclaimed authors and scholars from across the globe.
The government should acquire stakes in the firms — not just hand out loans, according to a UB finance professor Veljko Fotak.
UB election law expert James Gardner warns that with the COVID-19 pandemic likely suppressing voter turnout, threats to legitimacy will be high.
UB urban planner Daniel Hess says the recent closure of the U.S.-Canada border due to COVID-19 underscores a growing divide between the two countries.
Urban studies expert Henry Louis Taylor Jr. says race and anti-racism — instead of terms like diversity and inclusion — must return to the center of discussions about inequity in the U.S.
The emphasis will be on ensuring the health and well-being of everyone on campus.
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