Buffalo’s cityscape at sunset captures the hope of a region poised for a resilient come-back. UB’s Downtown Campus has been steadily growing since 2005, adding to the enhanced medical corridor and fueling optimism about the future. UB plans to move its medical school downtown, further revitalizing the urban core and bringing together key partners in research and health care.
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UB’s new center tackles an abusive, and sometimes deadly issue
Center offers hyper-realistic scenarios for student learning across the health sciences
Ellicott Complex remains a centerpiece of student life four decades after its opening
Archaeologist’s experience with excavations of historic sites propels her work as scholar and educator
Broadway actor meets with alumni while on national tour of “Jersey Boys”
Physician uses the media to promote a better understanding of women’s health
Young artist stays focused on his work and ignores the hype of his sudden fame
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2/20/2017 The New York Times looks at communities, such as Buffalo, that have benefited from an influx of refugees, and interviews Mohsen Daghooghi , an Iranian student who rejects the president's suggestion that he or other Iranian students are dangerous.
2/19/2017 An article in Politico Magazine about UB alumnus Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed , who was elected president of his native country, quotes Don Grinde who said they discussed the different models of democratic governance, warlordism and religious extremism.
2/19/2017 David Schmid tells USA Today that it is not unusual for the president to have a hostile relationship with the press. But Trump's description of the press is unprecedented, he says.