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Graduate News

Here is how our graduate faculty, students and researchers are making headlines at the University at Buffalo.


Scholars on the Road lecturer David Castillo says understanding media culture is needed to combat “truthiness” and alternative facts.


The emergence of fake news has complicated the media market in ways that few observers anticipated and “reality literacy” is among the skills necessary to navigate toward the truth, according to UB's David Castillo.


Fenice Boyd has received the Albert J. Kingston Award from the Literacy Research Association for her service to the group.


Civil rights expert john a. powell told a packed house in Hayes Hall that the most destructive issue in American society is systemic racism.


The UB Gender Institute will hold a Solidarity Party to honor and celebrate international scholars, students, immigrants and refugees on Feb. 12.


The free Solidarity Party organized by UB's Gender Institute aims to show the humanity, justice and unity of Western New Yorkers.


UB is pleased to announce that the student who had been delayed in Iran under the Jan. 27 immigration executive order has returned to Buffalo and will resume his studies this week at UB.


The civil rights and civil liberties expert will lead a series of discussions on racialized hierarchy in place and space during a weeklong residency.


Director of Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC-Berekley will give public talk Wednesday night on the role of planning and design in building equitable communities.


President Satish K. Tripathi is among college and university presidents signing a letter to President Trump asking him to rectify or rescind his executive order.