During the '60s and '70s, UB hosted many influential civil rights leaders. These historic figures—such as Cesar Chavez, Shirley Chisolm, Angela Davis and Martin Luther King Jr.—are honored in the exhibit “Revolution: Civil Rights at UB, 1960-1975.” The exhibition highlights a pivotal era in United States history and our university, during which the struggle for social justice served as the driving force of a movement committed to freedom and equality.
What happens when lava and water meet? Explosive experiments with human-made lava are helping to answer this important question. By cooking up 10-gallon batches of molten rock and injecting them with water, scientists are shedding light on the basic physics of lava-water interactions, which are common in nature but poorly understood.
UBuffalo alumni continue the charge, showing pride in our students, and investing in them now and for the future. Watch some of the ways and reasons we stay connected.
At UB, being bold means solving society's most complex challenges. Helping millions of people around the world accomplish what was thought to be impossible. And fostering more leaders to take the reins of the future. Together, we take pride in our place, celebrate our way, and build our bright future.