• 3/19/19

    Few people knew that George and Kelly Ellis planned to give UB more than $50 million—a gift that helped build our new medical school and will support students for years to come.

  • 4/11/19

    Giving Day is a time for the entire UB community to unite for one cause: our university. From May 1 at noon to May 2 at noon, we’re challenging you to make a life-changing gift.

  • Fern Mallis smiling, surrounded by colorful costumes.
    3/15/19

    Watch Fern Mallis, BFA ’69, talk about what life at UB was like in the '60s, how one college competition launched her career and what advice she has for today's students. 

     

     

  • 3/19/19

    Starting a new job, moving to a new city, welcomg a new family member or publishing a new project? Tell us in a class note! You can also catch up with your fellow UB alumni.

  • UB researchers experimenting with lava and water
    3/15/19

    What happens when lava and water meet? UB researchers are performing explosive experiments with human-made lava to help answer this important question.

  • UB alumni participating in Day of Service
    Alumni Day of Service
    3/19/19

    UB alumni lead the charge as trailblazers in their fields and responsible citizens in their communities. You can make a difference by engaging in UB Day of Service on June 1, 2019.

Six Months at UB

Discoveries

3/15/19

A UB study found that when deprived of food and smartphones, college students were more motivated to work for time to use smartphones and were willing to part with money to access their phone.

Bold Research

First Person

Why I left my job at Twitter
Joel Lunenfeld, BA '99, co-founder of The Guardian Project

Boldly Buffalo

The Boldly Buffalo campaign is at $489 million out of its $650 million goal.

We have already made great progress. Now, we are asking you—our alumni, our friends and our community—to show the world what UB means to you.

UB Yesterday

First computer at UB

A swift-solving brain
The first computer at UB was put in operation in November 1961. The IBM 1620 model cost $86,000 ($700,000 int today's dollars) and was the first data processing system at any college or university in the Western New York region. A 1961 issue of the UB newsletter Colleague described it accordingly: "Digesting and solving complex mathmatical problems more quickly than a battery of skilled mathmematicians...the swift solving brain...is as necessary to a modern university as microscopes and test tubes."

Golden Reunion

Golden Reunion event text, and images from the 1960s at UB.

All alumni who graduated in 1969 or earlier are invited to celebrate our Golden Reunion from May 3-4, 2019.

Adventures Around the World

A stream running in front of a mountain against a pink-sky sunset, in Iceland.

Discover other cultures and experience faculty lectures while traveling alongside fellow alumni and friends.

We Are Boldly Buffalo

Carol Brewer is Boldly Buffalo. Are you?

The Boldly Buffalo campaign provides countless opportunities for students to discover passions and achieve dreams.