Paul Tesluk will step down as dean of UB’s School of Management by the end of the academic year, the university announced in late November. Tesluk will reprise a faculty position as the Donald S. Carmichael Professor of Organizational Behavior in UB’s Department of Organization and Human Resources.
UB is “aware” that the CVS located in The Commons is set to close in January and is “currently reviewing options to sell certain health and personal items on campus,” a university spokesperson told The Spectrum last week.
SUNY administration has discussed possible COVID-19 booster shot mandate, will follow federal guidelinesBy GRANT ASHLEY | Dec. 8
SUNY and UB will continue to recommend, but not require, booster shots for students, faculty and staff — at least for now.
The congested crowd of hangry students craving Korean fare will soon reappear in The Commons with the addition of Austin’s Kitchen — a Korean restaurant owned by UB alum Austin Lee — which is set to open on Wednesday.
The Starbucks on the intersection of East Robinson Road and Niagara Falls Boulevard where Kayla Sterner worked had a “major” bee problem. During one shift, staff captured 14 bees under plastic cups, which lined the back counters.
Steven Bui spent his freshman year half-a-world away from Buffalo.
In the fight to reserve space on campus, some of UB’s clubs have resorted to breaking into empty rooms in the Student Union to hold their meetings.
Incumbent Byron Brown has claimed victory in last week’s Buffalo mayoral election, with his opponent, Democratic nominee India Walton, all but conceding Wednesday.
In an effort to reduce carbon emissions on campus, UB has implemented a 10 in 10 climate action plan which targets ten focus areas where carbon emissions or climatic impact can be reduced in the next 10 years to bring UB to carbon neutrality by 2030.
UB students have created 12 new clubs through the Student Association this semester, adding to the SA’s approximately 170 undergraduate clubs.
Students who live on campus, have an underlying health condition, work in a high-risk setting or meet any other of the CDC’s expanded eligibility requirements can get a COVID-19 booster shot, the university announced Oct. 25.
The Student Association is planning to hold Fall Fest this semester, but the event will likely be smaller due to COVID-19 restrictions, room reservation issues and vendor capacity problems, according to members of the SA e-board.
The Student Association will focus its advocacy efforts almost exclusively on student mental health, its e-board said during an interview with The Spectrum Monday.
On Sept. 28, 37 international students had their F-1 visa statuses terminated for failing to submit an I-94 form within 30 days of their arrival on campus, thus revoking their legal immigration status.