“I reshape their world, and they continually reshape mine, even as I learn from them what I could not learn except for the wonderful diversity they bring.”
—Joseph S. Wood, UB provost, on the students in the IDIS 301: World Cultures: Globalization in a World of Difference course he is teaching this semester (a not-so-typical task for a provost)
“When you start thinking that other people might interfere with your privacy, you start changing your behavior—so your freedom, your liberty is affected.”
—Joshua Kassner, assistant professor in the Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies, on privacy as it relates to cybersecurity, at UB’s Cyber Discovery Camp, held June 18-23 in conjunction with the National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center.
The camp brought students from six area high schools together with center experts and UB faculty to discuss cybersecurity issues in both the public and private sectors, to explore cybersecurity career development and to focus on training and educational opportunities in technical aspects of the field.
“You need to teach this new generation that it’s possible to be responsible by the buildings you build. So it’s not only responsible because of the world we live in, but it’s also a responsible teaching act.”
—Robert L. Bogomolny, UB president, on the new John and Frances Angelos Law Center and the architectural features that contribute to its extraordinary sustainability, as interviewed by Fraser Smith on WYPR, June 5