If the Nation’s Report Card, widely considered the benchmark tool to measure U.S. student achievement, was reimagined to include physical and emotional health in addition to academics, the U.S. would receive a C average.
The misinformation that led to the siege of the United States Capitol by rioters on Wednesday has made it clear that freedom of speech currently outweighs societal good in the U.S., says UB information literacy expert Heidi Julien.
This presentation features Inuvialuit Voices, a research project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). The key objective of this project is to investigate and develop a seamless, interactive, and real-time digital storytelling system for the Inuvialuit Digital Library, which provides access to cultural heritage and language resources by and for the six Inuvialuit communities in the Northwest Territories in Canada’s western arctic. Informed by Indigenous research methodologies, this study adopts a community-based research methodology consisting of ethnography and participatory design to examine the role of digital technologies in preserving diverse Inuit heritage, memory, and identity.
A GSE professor and a UB alumna and former student life director at SUNY Buffalo State—longtime friends of different backgrounds—explored what striving for racial justice means during a Zoom webinar, hosted this month by UB’s Office of Inclusive Excellence as part of the “Let’s Talk about Race” series of lectures, town halls and events.
The transition to remote learning coupled with an unequal distribution of second-shift responsibilities has placed teachers who are also mothers under immense stress, according to new University at Buffalo research.