UB’s Department of Information Science recently launched two new combined degree programs. Through the new programs, students can simultaneously earn a Bachelor of Arts in English with either a Master of Science in information and library science or a Master of Science in school librarianship.
Driven by a commitment to remove barriers for exceptional students, UB GSE will offer new funding opportunities of up to $38,000 for full-time, on-campus PhD students beginning in the 2023-24 academic year.
How to bring about racial healing will be explored during an event on May 11 as the Buffalo community observes and reflects on the one-year anniversary of the mass shooting at the Tops Markets on Jefferson Avenue.
Is burnout categorically different than depression? The short answer is that even with 50 years of research, there’s still not a definitive answer, according to Graduate School of Education faculty member Scott T. Meier.
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