A scene from UB’s hotly viewed “falcon–cam” shows a peregrine falcon perched near the nest at the tower of MacKay Heating Plant on the east side of the South Campus.
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Newest UB researchers challenge conventional ideas
Meet Bulls head football coach Jeff Quinn
Come next spring, UB’s North Campus will be the site of a massive and imaginative solar array installation
Members of UB Parent Council get involved in campus life
Chemistry professor, retiring after 48 years, reflects on vast changes in field
Botanical researcher is tuned in to the tiniest plants—and details
Community pharmacist extols merits of independent business
Seattle builder competes in arduous iditarod across Alaska
Environmental justice advocate aids remediation efforts
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8/31/2015 If students sign up and take their academics seriously, they'll finish in four years or we'll pay tuition for any additional courses, says UB's Andrew Stott.
8/28/2015 The human logo symbolizes, for each student, joining together as part of the UB community, says UB's Dennis Black.
8/27/2015 UB's Despina Stratigakos recounts how Hitler's inner circle worked to reinvent his image from a solitary oddball to a statesman in her new book, "Hitler at Home."