Calling all UB Creators! Are you into creating or performing music, visual arts, dance, or writing? This Boot Camp will help you develop skills to turn your artistic passion info a profitable venture. You work hard for your art, now make it work for you!
Participate in this hands-on learning experience and meet like-minded innovators. You can come solo or bring friends. You don’t need an idea that you want to work on – everything will be stand-alone within the event. All you need to do is register and then show up ready to create and collaborate!
This program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students from any academic discipline.
StARTup Boot Camp is presented by the University at Buffalo’s Blackstone LaunchPad. Blackstone LaunchPad is a campus-based entrepreneurship program designed to introduce entrepreneurship as a viable career path.
Experience it, register at: bit.ly/stARTupBootCamp23
Don’t miss this Wednesday’s Hiring Summit – In-Person Job and Internship Fair – April 5, 12 p. m. – 3 p. m. The Center for the Arts. It will be a great way to meet in person with employers in industries like Nonprofit, Social Assistance, Education, Healthcare and Government, as well as employers like M&T Bank and Odoo.
See more details below.
Hiring Summit In-Person Job and Internship Fair
Wednesday, April 5, 2023
12 p. m. – 3 p. m.
The Center for the Arts
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet recruiters looking to hire candidates like you with different skills and backgrounds to fill their job and internship opportunities. Employers in Nonprofit, Social Assistance, Education, Healthcare, Government and more will be recruiting on-campus on April 5th .
Register now in Bullseye Powered by Handshake to find out more about the employers attending and the job and internships they are looking to fill.
Employers like these:
Community Missions, Inc.
Independent Health Foundation
Just for Kids Before & After School Programs
New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
Child & Family Services
Aspire of Western New York
Erie County Department of Health
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Central New York Psychiatric Center
Navy Officer Programs Buffalo
U.S. Food & Drug Administration Office of Regulatory Affairs
New Directions Youth and Family Services
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)
Horizon Health Services
The Service Collaborative of WNY, Inc.
United States Secret Service
Person Centered Services
Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo
Endeavor Health Services
Say Yes Buffalo
Catholic Charities of Buffalo
Wegmans Food Markets
Jobs and Internships like these:
Marketing, Communications, Public Relations Intern
Full Stack Developer
Criminal Investigator (Special Agent)
Licensed Social Workers
Mental Health Counselor
Summer Camp Counselor
Youth Support Specialist
And more …
- Wednesday, April 26, 2023
- 8:30 AM 3:30 PM
- Buffalo Room, Capen Hall 10, North Campus, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260 (map)
This symposium will examine the Russo-Ukrainian war and what it tells us about the strengths and weaknesses of the contemporary international system. It will explore war crimes, crimes against humanity and alleged genocide arising from the conflict. It will also revisit the enduring dichotomy between Russian authoritarian imperialism and Ukrainian democratic nationalism.
This Symposium is free and open to the public but registration is requested. Register for In-Person and Virtual Symposium by emailing email@example.com.
The Symposium poster is available here.
8:30 IN-PERSON CHECK-IN
8:45 WELCOMING REMARKS
“The Russo-Ukrainian War in Historical Perspective”
Serhii Plokhii, Mykhailo S. Hrushevs’kyi Professor of Ukrainian History; Director, Ukrainian Research Institute, Center for Government and International Studies, Harvard University
“The Protests that Were—and Weren’t: Russian Society and the War”
Willard Sunderland, Henry R. Winkler Professor of Modern History, University of Cincinnati
“A Collision of Histories? NATO Expansion and the Russo-Ukrainian War”
Timothy Andrews Sayle, Associate Professor, Department of History; Director, International Relations Program, University of Toronto
Marlies Glasius, Professor in International Relations, Department of Politics, University of Amsterdam
“As Autocracies Fail, How Should Democracies Respond?”
Ken Roth, Former Executive Director, Human Rights Watch
“Russia and the New World Disorder”
Angela Stent, Director Emerita, Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, Georgetown University; Senior Nonresident Fellow, The Brookings Institution
“What Does America Owe Ukraine?”
George Packer, Staff Writer, The Atlantic
3:15-3:30 CLOSING REMARKS & DISCUSSION
Sponsors: Alison Des Forges Memorial Committee; University at Buffalo: The Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy; Departments of Comparative Literature, History, Philosophy, and Political Science; Gender Institute; The Gordon and Gretchen Gross Professorship in Jewish Thought; Humanities Institute; James Agee Chair in American Culture; Office of the Vice Provost for International Education.
This symposium honors the life and work of human rights activist Alison Des Forges (1942-2009). For more information, email Roger Des Forges at firstname.lastname@example.org, Ellen Dussourd at email@example.com, or Shaun Irlam at firstname.lastname@example.org.