Monthly Archives: May 2016

CAS kudos!

The College of Arts and Sciences has been busy! Check out some of the latest accomplishments from our students and faculty:

  • In a piece for, Digital Communication major Laurise McMillian shares her personal story of how her identity has evolved. Read Laurise’s story.
  • Psychology student Jefferson Huggins and psychology grad Humama Khan, M.S. ’14 presented at Morgan State University’s 23rd Annual Undergraduate and Graduate Research Symposium held on April 14, winning the award for outstanding oral presentation in psychology.
  • English major Mariame Dangnokho won the Alumni Association-International Scholarship at the 2016 Eubie Awards Ceremony.
  • Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies Associate Professor Elizabeth Nix was named the recipient of the 2016 President’s Faculty Award. The award is given each year to a UB faculty member who has made significant contributions to the University and its educational mission. Learn more about Prof. Nix’s honor.
  • Freshman Evelyn Atieno recounts the year that has gone by since the death of Freddie Gray and Baltimore’s subsequent civil unrest in a piece for the Huffington Post blog, “Black Voices.” Read Evelyn’s story.

Way to go everyone!!

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