By the Numbers

Research Expenditures

$5,263,109

9 Honorific Awards

  1. BEST CONFERENCE PAPER AWARD
    Canadian Association for Information Sciencev
    Heidi Julien, Professor
  2. APPOINTMENT AS "RESEARCH ASSOCIATE"
    University of Pretoria
    Heidi Julien, Professor
  3. DISTINGUISHED RESEARCHER AWARD
    Korean-American Educational Researchers Association (KAERA)
    Jaekyung Lee, Professor
  4. FULBRIGHT GLOBAL SCHOLAR AWARD
    The US State Department Fulbright Program
    Jaekyung Lee, Professor
  5. SENIOR SCHOLAR DIPLOMATE ADVANCED SENIOR SCHOLAR PROFESSION
    ACPA - College Students Educators International
    Raechele Pope, Associate Professor
  6. 2020 RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP SAWUBONA AWARD
    ACPA, Pan African Network
    Raechele Pope, Associate Professor
  7. INVITED SPEAKER
    Chilean Network of Education Researchers
    Sarah Robert, Associate Professor
  8. ASIS&T SIG-USE ELFREDA A. CHATMAN RESEARCH AWARD
    Association of Information Science and Technology
    Amy Vanscoy, Associate Professor
  9. HENRY LUCE/ACLS EARLY CAREER FELLOWSHIP IN CHINA STUDIES
    Henry Luce Foundation/American Council of Learned Societies
    Jinting Wu, Assistant Professor
Five new books published by faculty.
  1. Positive Embodiment and the Eating Disordered Client: The Body as a Resource for Recovery
    (W. W. Norton & company, Inc.)
    Catherine Cook-Cottone (author), Professor
  2. Rethinking the Teaching Mathematics for Emergent Bilinguals: Korean Teacher Perspectives and Practices in Culture, Language, and Mathematics
    (Springer)
    Ji-Won Son (co-author), Associate Professor
  3. Differentiated Literacy Instruction in Grades 4 and 5: Strategies and Resources (2nd ed.)
    (The Guilford Press)
    John Z. Strong (co-author), Assistant Professor
  4. The Information Literacy Framework:  Case Studies of Successful Implementation
    (Rowman & Littlefield)
    Heidi Julien (co-author), Professor
  5. Creating Sustainable Careers in Student Affairs: What Ideal Worker Norms Get Wrong and How to Make It Right
    (Stylus Publishing)
    Margaret W. Sallee (author), Associate Professor
95 Journal Articles Published Across 86 Journals.
GSE Offerings: 4 Undergraduate Minors 9 Combined Degree Programs 50 Master’s Degree Programs 9 Doctoral Degree Programs 10 Advanced Certificate Programs 10 Certificates of Advanced Study 1 Administrative Certification 22 Fully Online Programs 5 Research Centers, Institutes and Labs .

22 New Grants

worth $10,100,876

  1. “ACCESS-VR Vocational Rehabilitation Training”
    Principal Investigator: David Burganowski, Associate Professor
    Funded by The State University of New York
  2.  “Collaborating to Create Virtual Reality Experiences for Shaping Teacher Candidates’ Professional Dispositions”
    Principal Investigator: Erin Kearney, Associate Professor                                                                  
    Funded by SUNY – TeachNY
  3. “Community College Librarian and Student Perceptions of Student Information Literacy Needs”
    Principal Investigator: Heidi Julien, Professor                 
    Funded by Florida State University
  4. “Convergence Accelerator Phase I (RAISE): A Universal Framework of Micro-Credentials for Nation-Wide Employment”
    Principal Investigator: Samuel Abramovich, Associate Professor
    Funded by The National Science Foundation                                                                        
  5. “Creating Upstanders: The Development of Norms and Bystander Intervention Training (NAB IT!) to Reduce Bullying and Sexual Harassment”
    Principal Investigator: Amanda Nickerson, Professor
    Funded by The Institute for Education Sciences                                                
  6. “Enhancing Teacher Candidates' Observational Skills and Instructional Practice through Video-Based Learning Platforms”
    Principal Investigator: Erin Kearney, Associate Professor                              
    Funded by SUNY Innovation Instruction Technology Grant (IITG)              
  7. “Exploring the Intricacies of LGBTQ+ Cyberbullying Victimization and Substance Use in Higher Education: Help-Seeking, Conflict Resolution, and Resource Utilization” 
    Principal Investigator: Tiffany Karalis Noel, Clinical Assistant Professor                                      
    Funded by embrace Western New York          
  8. “Follow-up Study of the Effects of a Mind & Body Wellbeing Program”
    Principal Investigator: Catherine Cook-Cottone, Professor
    Funded by The Africa Yoga Project
  9. “Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad-Type 1: Short-Term Seminar Project 84.021A”
    Principal Investigator: Lilliam Malave, Associate Professor
    Funded by The US Department of Education
  10. “Hip Hop and Science Learning in India”
    Principal Investigator: Sameer Honwad, Assistant Professor                                                           
    Funded by The Community for Global Health Equity   
  11. “Learning the Lay of the Land: Transition Experiences at High and Low Selectivity Colleges Among Disadvantaged Students”
    Principal Investigator: Megan Holland, Assistant Professor
    Funded by The American Sociological Association
  12. “PREPaRE School Crisis Program Evaluation”
    Principal Investigator: Amanda Nickerson, Professor
    Funded by The National Association of School Psychologists    
  13. “Preparing Qualified Rehabilitation Counselors to meet Modern Agency and Client Needs”
    Principal Investigator: Scott Sabella, Assistant Professor
    Funded by The US Department of Education
  14. “Producing Productive Public Library Programming for Older Adults: A Participatory Design Approach”
    Principal Investigator: Valerie Nesset, Associate Professor
    Funded by The Institute of Museum and Library Services
  15. “Promoting Equitable Mathematical Experience for Underrepresented Girls”
    Principal Investigator: Ji-Won Son, Associate Professor                                                   
    Funded by The Cullen Foundation  
  16. “Student Privacy in the Datafied Classroom”
    Principal Investigator: Amy Vanscoy, Associate Professor
    Funded by The Institute of Museum and Library Services           
  17. “Reading and (Re)writing the World: Exploring Critical Pedagogy of Place in Early Science and Literacy Learning”
    Principal Investigator: X. Christine Wang, Professor
    Funded by The Spencer Foundation                
  18. REALIS-D in School Libraries Supplemental Award”
    Principal Investigator: Dan Albertson, Professor                                                
    Funded by The Institute of Museum and Library Services
  19. “Rehabilitation Long-Term Training Program”
    Principal Investigator: Scott Sabella, Assistant Professor
    Funded by The U.S. Department of Education
  20. “UB and Enterprise Partnership Project (UEP2): Improving Mathematics Achievement in Urban Mathematics Classrooms”
    Principal Investigator: Ji-Won Son, Associate Professor
    Funded by Enterprise Charter School
  21. “UB Teacher Residency Program”
    Principal Investigator: Suzanne Rosenblith, Dean and Professor
    Funded by The John R Oishei Foundation                        
  22. “Why and how did Uruguay's law(s) change eating at school?”
    Principal Investigator: Sarah Robert, Associate Professor                                           
    Funded by UB Community for Global Health Equity

Philanthropic Gifts

986 GIFTS received totalling
$1,253,868 from
772 DONORS including
230 FIRST TIME DONORS