Satish K. Tripathi invested as UB’s 15th president pledges to continue the university’s pursuit of excellence and a bold plan to hire 300 new faculty members and raise $200 million in endowments for student scholarships. >Visit the Inaugural site
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During the 1990s, students navigated uncharted technological and social change that created today’s globally wired culture. What a difference two decades make for these alumni, who talk about their careers and life passions.
Recycling food waste means mulch for the garden
Wrestler fights back from serious injury to help others on and off mat
Michael Glick wants to dramatically expand dentists’ role in health care
Mentoring program a success story for alumni and students alike
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7/3/2015 Right now, says UB's Arun Vishwanath, we don't have a viable anti-phishing technology. All it takes is one person clicking on one thing.
7/2/2015 The honor block can be used as a management tool in prisons and its importance must be remembered in light of the Clinton escape, says UB's Teresa Miller.
7/1/2015 Diplomats will continue to be under total supervision in Cuba, despite the U.S. reopening its embassy there, says UB's Jose Buscaglia.