Feature Stories

Explore our feature stories, highlighted from our latest news feed.

  • Faculty-in-Residence Program
    The UB Graduate School of Education Faculty-in-Residence program aims to benefit community education and the students who need it the most.
  • UB's Graduate School of Education and the Buffalo School District look to BUILD relationship at troubled school
    The Graduate School of Education will partner with the Buffalo School District to reopen an improved BUILD Academy in the fall.
  • UB research lab studies how courses can be more ‘open’
    GSE has joined the SUNY-wide effort to reduce the costs of higher education by launching an Open Education Research Lab dedicated to replacing high-priced textbooks and other costly materials by studying the use of open or free educational materials that can be downloaded, edited or shared.
  • A chat with Dean Rosenblith
    UBNow sat down with Suzanne Rosenblith, dean of the Graduate School of Education, to learn more about the school’s strategic priorities, particularly its focus on teacher education, evidence-based research and community partnerships.
  • 2019 Commencement Video
    Watch our 2019 commencement ceremony. Congratulations to all of our graduates!
  • UB’s Summer Math Program
    Associate Professor Ji-Won Son. presented her second Summer Math Program Aug. 12-16. The mission for program was ambitious: make math for girls exciting, beautiful and useful.
  • A ‘Lost Boy of the Sudan’ continues his journey at UB
    Kang Guot has traveled a long and arduous path to UB’s Graduate School of Education.
  • Sailing off to classroom research: STEM professor heads to Galapagos for science teaching ideas
    Join Alexandra Schindel's journey to the Galapagos, sailing to collect ocean plastics and data on pollution. Learn how our faculty research what they teach. Follow @alexaxela.s and @eXXpedition_ on Instagram, and #exxpedition and #UBGSE on social media.
  • Congratulations GSE Class of 2020
    Join us Friday, May 15 at 9 a.m. ET to participate in our virtual commencement celebration.
  • GSE cancels classes to host teach-in for racial equity
    To start the academic year, GSE will cancel all classes and activities. However, learning will continue with two days of mandatory instruction on an issue gripping the nation: understanding the factors that have led to the countless murders of Black people.
  • UB Graduate School of Education waives GRE requirement for non-teacher and librarianship certification programs
    The University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education will not require applicants to submit Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) scores for admission to non-teacher and librarianship certification academic programs for the next two years.
  • Fortune names Raven Baxter to 40 Under 40
    Fortune has named University at Buffalo graduate student Raven Baxter AKA "Raven the Science Maven," to the magazine’s exclusive 40 Under 40 list of emerging leaders in the field of health care.
  • Statement on Violence at U.S. Capitol
    Dean Rosenblith issues a statement on what transpired at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.
  • Statement on Racism and Systemic Inequality
    Dean Rosenblith and Chief Diversity Officer Raechele Pope issue a statement on racism and systemic inequality.
  • Statement on Violence Against People of Asian Descent
    GSE's Dean Rosenblith and Chief Diversity Officer Raechele Pope issue a statement on violence against people of Asian descent.
  • Statement on Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Verdict
    Dean Rosenblith and Chief Diversity Officer Raechele Pope issue a statement on Derek Chauvin murder trial verdict.
  • UB awarded $478,000 to improve diversity among librarians
    The grant will support research that seeks to understand when and why librarians of color are likely to leave the profession.
  • New partnership provides future teachers with hands-on experience with special needs students
    The Graduate School of Education has partnered with GiGi’s Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Center of Buffalo to provide UB students with in-classroom experience teaching students with disabilities.
  • GRE no longer required
    NYS Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law a revision to SUNY admission requirements removing the GRE minimum score requirement for a set of graduate programs.
  • Math scholar, advocate for the underserved receives Durand Scholarship
    Laura Hennings is this year's recipient of the Drs. Henry J. and Bonita R. Durand Scholarship. She has ambitions to earn a doctorate in the Curriculum, Instruction and Science of Learning Program; teach mathematics; and hone day become a dean.