At the University at Buffalo and the School of Dental Medicine, we are committed to fostering an inclusive and welcoming environment. We are guided by evidence-based practices and policies - resources we use in our commitment to inclusive excellence in research and education.
Accessibility at UB shares legal requirements, recommendations, policies and reporting tools to share concerns and recommendations.
Accessibility Resources coordinates reasonable accommodations for equitable access to UB for students with disabilities.
Counseling Services promotes the personal well-being and academic success of students by providing brief mental health services, educational programs, crisis intervention, and campus community consultation.
Curriculum Assessment and Teaching Transformation serves as a comprehensive conduit between faculty and university instructional support in our collective efforts to promote the end-goal of student excellence and success.
Center for Diversity Innovation generates, translates, and diffuses empirical research on diversity, equity and inclusion, and utilizes that research to design and communicate diversity and inclusion best practices through educational materials, trainings and consultations.
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion ensures UB's compliance with policies covering discrimination, harassment, accommodations, equal opportunity and child protection.
Intercultural and Diversity Center provides a welcoming space for students, and coordinates educational programs and cultural events aimed to broaden student perspectives and promote inclusion, equity, and social justice.
LGBTQ Support includes campus resources, rights and protections, and working groups.
Office of Inclusive Excellence collaborate, plan and coordinate with partners across the university to build a culture of diversity, social justice, and inclusion that makes all of us stronger.
Student Conduct and Advocacy helps maintain a safe campus by enforcing rules and regulations, managing conduct, and providing support resources to UB students.
Veteran Services helps student veterans transition into civilian life, as they learn more about balancing college with other life obligations.
Academic Grievance Policy encourages the prompt consultative resolution of grievances of graduate students as they arise and to provide orderly procedures for the formal consideration and resolution of complaints that cannot be resolved through consultation.
Bias-Related Confrontations and Incidents: Student Life coordinates the University's response to reports of intolerance toward students that are specifically manifested as bias-related incidents.
Child Protection Policy governs conduct in the presence of children, ensures that a duty of care will be met in programs responsible for children, and requires the reporting of child abuse and inappropriate conduct.
Discrimination and Harassment Policy describes how the university will investigate or resolve reports of discrimination and harassment.
Faculty Personnel Actions Policies and Procedures describes appointment, promotion and tenure policies.
Faculty Development and Mentoring Policy outlines the faculty development and mentoring strategies to be implemented across campus.
Graduate School Policy Library serves as a resource for both graduate students and their advisors. These policies contain information on official policies and procedures relating to admissions, registration, grading, student records, degree requirements and academic integrity.
Pregnancy and Breast Feeding Accommodations supports family-friendly policies and practices.
Recruitment Policy affirms UB as an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and will conduct a competitive recruitment for all positions to identify and attract a diverse and qualified candidate pool.
Reasonable Accommodation Policy explains procedures for requesting workplace and academic accommodations for a disability or medical condition
Religious Accommodations supports your right to classroom and workplace accommodations based on religion. It also upholds UB’s commitment to the free expression of religion on campus.
Sexual Violence Response Policy describes confidential disclosure of acts of sexual violence.
Special Living Accommodations provides gender inclusive living accommodations, as well as accommodations for families and students with special needs.
Student Preferred Chosen Name Policy describes the use of a student’s preferred/chosen name in the classroom and on campus.
Web Accessibility Policy requires UB's web content to be accessible to everyone, including people with physical, sensory, or cognitive impairments, with or without the use of assistive technology.
Advancing Oral Health in America The National Academies of Sciences Engineering Medicine
Color-Blind Racial Beliefs Among Dental Students and Faculty Journal of Dental Education
What is Equity-Mindedness USC Center for Urban Education
Tools to Support Practitioner Inquiry USC Center for Urban Education
Assessing Underserved Students' Engagement in High-Impact Practices Association of American Colleges and Universities
The Underestimated Significance of Practitioner Knowledge in the Scholarship of Student Success The Review of Higher Education
UB Smile Pride
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