Alumni and friends met to define what it means to be bold and discuss our university’s bright future.
On Tuesday, August 28, Boldly Buffalo volunteers Greg and Joanne Bauer, welcomed guests to the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building in downtown Buffalo, N.Y. Along with President Satish K. Tripathi, they hosted alumni and friends from the region to learn more about the campaign and catch a glimpse of UB's bright future.
Please enjoy these wonderful memories of our time together!
Attendees learning about a room during a tour of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building.
The view over Allen street as the sunsets from a window in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building.
At the University at Buffalo, being bold means discovering better medicines, inventing faster computers and smarter materials, inspiring world-class performances, and solving society’s most complex challenges.
It means turning hard-working students into thoughtful, global leaders—year after year—guided at each step by award-winning faculty.
And it means helping millions of citizens around the world improve their environment, their health, their prosperity and their community, as we continue to make an immeasurable impact on the world.
Your investment in UB will make a difference, whether you support a scholarship for one UB student, endow a professor who will inspire thousands, or fund a cancer cure that saves the lives of millions. This is our bold promise to you.