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4/24/14

On May 21, the University at Buffalo Department of English will present a free public reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Carl Dennis from his new collection, “Another Reason,” at the Jacobs Executive Development Center, 672 Delaware Ave., Buffalo.

4/24/14

Students from Dunkirk, West Seneca West and John F. Kennedy high schools beat out nearly 700 registered competitors to finish in the top three for MoneySKILL Mania®, an in-school financial literacy competition sponsored by the University at Buffalo School of Management and M&T Bank.

4/23/14

Hundreds of University at Buffalo students and faculty will gather to recognize the scholarly, research and creative achievements of students at the 1oth annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence.

4/23/14

A novel compound that targets an important brain receptor has a dramatic effect against a host of cocaine addiction behaviors, including relapse behavior, a University at Buffalo animal study has found.

4/22/14

Shows energy use in user-friendly terms, such as dollar amount and equivalent hamburgers consumed

4/18/14

Two business ideas for smartphone apps took first place and a prize of $1,000 each in the University at Buffalo’s second annual Elevator Pitch Competition, held April 16 in the Student Union Theater on UB’s North Campus.

4/18/14

Media artist Alessandra Renzi will be the guest of the University at Buffalo Department of Media Study (DMS) and the UB Gender Institute when she presents a free public talk about her work at 6:30 p.m. on April 21 in the Screening Room, 112 Center for the Arts, UB North Campus.

4/18/14

University at Buffalo students and faculty will gather on April 23 to recognize the scholarly, research and creative achievements of the university’s students at the 10th annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence.

4/18/14

Every year, 1,500 to 2,000 refugees and asylum-seekers come to Buffalo, one of the top refugee resettlement areas in the United States, driven by social and political upheaval, war, economic and agricultural distress, and poverty. To explore these challenges and develop models for exemplary refugee health care systems, the University at Buffalo will sponsor Buffalo’s first collaborative Refugee Health Summit 2014 on April 24.

4/18/14

The collections relate to the Cold War, and Buffalo's Polish history