5/29/20
Academic Affairs is a collaborative division of university support services and programs that shape and enhance the educational experience for all UB students, from first-time freshmen to seasoned PhD candidates.
3/11/20
The University at Buffalo Academic Health Center brings together the talents of clinicians, educators and researchers to provide a superb research and educational environment to foster basic discovery in the biosciences, health-sciences translational research, preventive and interventional clinical trials, superb clinical care, and training of the next generation of health care practitioners in these disciplines.
3/4/20
UB is committed to ensuring that everyone can access all that we have to offer.  Whether it is access to electronic information technology or physical access to the campus, our goal is to provide seamless inclusion for everyone.
5/28/20
A School of Nursing alumna and U.S. Navy leader returns to Western New York to help steer the fight against COVID-19. Read more >
2/6/20
Set your ideas in motion. Our entrepreneurship program helps students succeed. Blackstone LaunchPad is a campus-based entrepreneurship program designed to introduce entrepreneurship as a viable career path.  
3/4/20
Buffalo is more than a city. It’s a state of mind. And the University at Buffalo is more than a college campus. It’s a commitment. The UB identity and brand is an articulation and celebration of our distinctiveness. Our brand is our story. And this brand website will help us tell it together in a clear, consistent, compelling voice. Here is how.
5/18/20
ZeptoMetrix is an industry leader for innovative solutions to challenges in the evolving Infectious Disease Diagnostics market.
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5/13/20
The University at Buffalo (UB) offers official on-campus housing for students in our residence halls and apartment complexes.
4/3/20
Career Services can help build the skills needed for a successful career and make the process of finding the right major, internship or job as easy as possible.
4/30/20
Welcome to CCR!  Our support staff is comprised of HPC specialists, computational scientists, system administrators, programmers, software developers, and database experts.  Staff are available to help users of all levels.  The CCR support pages offer a wide range of documentation, presentations, and examples to aid in the utilization of CCR resources to facilitate your research.  Our searchable knowledgebase provides users with answers to freqently asked questions, how-to articles on using the clusters & research cloud, and detailed step-by-step instructions for many of the tasks most users desire.  Contact us any time you need assistance!
5/14/20
The Center for Diversity Innovation generates, translates, and diffuses empirical research on diversity, equity and inclusion, and utilizes that research to design and communicate diversity and inclusion best practices through educational materials, trainings and consultations.
5/27/20
Our center encourages faculty to take the time to invest in themselves in the way that best fits their needs: on campus, online or on demand. CEI is where the art of teaching meets the science of learning.
4/14/20
The Center for Excellence in Writing is here to support you as UB migrates to a distance-learning model for instruction.  We are currently offering a full schedule of synchronous online appointments.  
3/6/20
The Center for Ingestive Behavior is the administrative hub for the University at Buffalo Ingestive Behavior (UBIB) community. We provide research resources and administration for members of the Center.
2/19/20
CLaRI, the Center for Literacy and Reading Instruction, is an established reading center at the University at Buffalo and has been providing reading services to Western New York since 1963. We are a community resource for the assessment of children’s literacy development and individualized reading instruction, as well as literacy research center.
3/5/20
The Center for Trade, Environment and Development (CTED) is an independent research center affiliated with the Department of Geography at the University at Buffalo (SUNY). The Center supports research on trade and investment policies and patterns through the lens of social and environmental outcomes.
4/21/20
If nothing else, COVID-19 has crystalized the importance of valuing science, appreciating the fragility of life, and understanding the importance of how decisions deferred create dire consequences for the present and future generations. UB has doubled down on our commitment to climate neutrality by 2030. UB’s 10 in 10 is a roadmap of 10 innovative, engaging and digestible steps to address the greatest threat of our time.
5/29/20
The Cora P. Maloney Center is a distinguished community of students, alumni, faculty, staff and community partners who work together to deliver a transformative undergraduate experience at the University at Buffalo.
4/29/20
The UB Digital Scholarship Studio and Network provides ongoing collaborative, technical, curricular, and coordinating assistance for faculty and students across the university who are building digital content and systems, bringing together potential research partners and creating new research opportunities especially for projects linking sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities. 
3/5/20
The University at Buffalo Educational Design Collaborative (UB EDC) consists of individuals from the university instructional support community who are dedicated to the advancement and growth of teaching and learning initiatives across UB.
3/10/20
Research assistantships are available in the Electronic Packaging Laboratory for PhD students with engineering or physics background. Please contact Prof. Basaran at cjb@buffalo.edu.
2/26/20
This is the university’s official site for emergency planning and procedures. During an emergency, updates will be posted here.
3/10/20
ESEA provides assistance to engineers and scientists on problems involving applied statistical and econometric methods and modeling. The lab provides free consultation to UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and governmental agencies in New York State.
5/29/20
The mission of the Office of Enrollment Management is to recruit, enroll, retain and graduate a diverse community of student scholars from the University at Buffalo.
4/14/20
The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) ensures UB's compliance with policies covering discrimination, harassment, accommodations, equal opportunity and child protection.
3/4/20
This feature allows the normal content of the eUB home page (www.buffalo.edu) to be easily, quickly, and temporarily overridden by another 'lite' page that has been prepared in advance, which could be useful in case of a bandwidth or server overload.
5/29/20
The Experiential Learning Network is a resource to help students apply their learning, and customize their education with high-impact experiential learning.
5/27/20
The Navigate app will help you manage your academic journey and connect effectively with a full range of resources at UB.
3/4/20
Visit Campus Tees located in the UB Student Union on the North Campus for a wide variety of officially licensed UB branded merchandise, or visit their online store. Proceeds from this UB-owned retailer directly benefit the university.
3/10/20
The UB Great Lakes Program is a collaborative effort to support the protection and preservation of the ecologically and economically important Great Lakes ecosystem.
3/4/20
Resources for our students, faculty, scholars and employees who are concerned with the impact of recent changes to immigration law.  
12/1/17
The IMSD@UB is a program that develops student talents, promotes the professional growth of PhD students, and enhances intellectual and cultural diversity in the biomedical and behavioral sciences at the University at Buffalo. The IMSD@UB began in 2012 with the support of the National Institutes of Health.
3/10/20
The Empire Discovery Institute is designed to help overcome key challenges typically faced by researchers in academia.
3/5/20
The University at Buffalo Clinical and Translational Science Institute and the Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research have established an NCATS-funded partnership to better understand collaboration among early-career scholars and to evaluate the impact of week-long Innovation Labs.
4/21/20
ICDS is an international leader in creating, curating and disseminating data and computing related knowledge and skills. ICDS responds to the demand for skilled workers who can thrive in the rapidly evolving fields of information technology and data science by providing degrees and programs to expand their skill sets.
3/5/20
The University at Buffalo Institute for Genomic Literacy (IGL) is an innovative, transdisciplinary offshoot  from the UB Genome, Environment and Microbiome Community of Excellence, and an initiative of the Office of the Provost. 
4/6/20
SSISTL's Benefactor and Professor of Practice, Stephen Still, is featured in UB's We Are Boldy Buffalo Campaign. Stephen gave $4 million to support the Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics. His gift–and many other gifts–are being immediately invested in opportunities for faculty and students to address society’s biggest transportation challenges.
4/6/20
The Institute of Bridge Engineering (IBE) is a UB research center aimed at educating new and mid-career professionals in bridge engineering. The IBE is committed to the advancement of sustainable bridge design, construction and preservation through research and education.
3/5/20
The Institute for Strategic Enhancement of Educational Diversity promotes a culturally and academically inclusive community of students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty and staff.
5/22/20
The University at Buffalo is a premier public research institution home to outstanding students and scholars from around the world.
3/5/20
Joining Forces–UB is a one-of-a-kind program for students who want to make a positive impact on U.S. veterans and military families. In alignment with the national “Joining Forces” initiative, students in UB’s nationally recognized social work and nursing programs can receive training and instruction in veteran and military family care.
3/4/20
The UB LGBTQ Faculty and Staff Association began in 2014.  The mission is to contribute to and support a welcoming and inclusive university community for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer faculty and staff through education, networking and advocacy.
3/4/20
The Minority Faculty and Staff Association began in 1976, under the leadership of Retired School of Education Professor Edward Jenkins. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life and campus climate by promoting participation and inclusion of all people of color in the workforce at the University. To that end we support the faculty/staff recruitment and retention efforts, networking and mentoring among faculty, staff, and students and lastly, establishing and maintaining positive community links. Today, the Minority Faculty and Staff Association sponsors activities such as:
3/5/20
The University at Buffalo's site for UB mobile web and UB apps.
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5/6/20
The Office of the Vice Provost for Inclusive Excellence (VPIX) is responsible for coordinating and monitoring UB’s efforts to institutionalize the culture of diversity, equity and inclusion university-wide, which is critical for providing the learning and working environment necessary for achieving excellence in today’s highly globalized and rapidly changing world.
3/4/20
Micro-credentials showcase the knowledge you've acquired on the road to mastering skills in your area of interest. Smaller than a minor, certificate or degree program, micro-credentials equip learners with digital badges that showcase their achievements and all it took to get there.
5/21/20
Internationally recognized as an accomplished researcher and transformative higher education leader, Dr. Satish K. Tripathi was appointed the 15th president of the University at Buffalo on April 18, 2011. UB continues to experience a remarkable era of growth, progress, and innovation under Dr. Tripathi’s leadership as president, ranking 31 among public universities in 2019. UB has set a course for excellence and is poised to rise even further in the ranks of the AAU, situating itself among the Top 25 public research universities in the nation in the next decade.
4/16/20
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3/5/20
The Parking and Transportation Services office provides safe and effective parking for the UB community. Key services include providing inter- and intra-campus transportation, enforcing parking regulations and promoting more sustainable transportation options.
5/29/20
Welcome to the pre-law website at the University at Buffalo. UB’s academic strengths and diversity of majors provide a strong foundation for undergraduates preparing for the competitive law school application process.
5/12/20
If you are interested in learning more about the health professions listed on this page, you are considering a highly challenging and rewarding professional goal and we wish you every success! To help you prepare for these very competitive career fields, you must begin early in order to build your record of academic, professional and personal accomplishments. Whether you are a prospective UB student, currently enrolled at UB or even possess a degree already, you have come to the right place to gain comprehensive information about preparing for the health careers noted.