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All of the latest news about our university. (by topic)

2/5/16

Marc S. Ernstoff, MD, has been appointed professor and chief of the Division of Hematology/Oncology in the Department of Medicine in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo (UB), and chair of the Department of Medicine and senior vice president of clinical investigation at Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI)

2/4/16

The UB College of Arts and Sciences has named Franck Bauchard as director of its Arts Management Program and the university’s Technē Institute.

2/4/16

The 14-week Manufacturing Production Technician (MPT) program combines online learning with classroom-based training and mentoring.

2/4/16

The app, co-created by noted oral historian Michael Frisch, enables users to link photos and text with sound, such as voices, ambient noise and other audio elements.

2/4/16

If a picture is worth a thousand words, the photos hanging in UB'sOscar A. Silverman Library  speak with loud, proud voices.

2/3/16

Geologists could map the rock face beneath the falls to study erosion since 1969, when the falls last went dry.

2/3/16

UB will host the 13th annual Safe Schools Initiative Seminar, “Preventing and Responding to Violent Threats: Tools for Schools and Law Enforcement,” March 16, in the Center for the Arts,  UB North Campus. 

2/3/16

Time, motion and language will intersect in “Susan Weil’s James Joyce: Shut Your Eyes and See,” a new exhibit in the University at Buffalo Libraries’ Poetry Collection that will feature the works of renowned mixed media artist Susan Weil and selected works from UB’s James Joyce Collection.

2/3/16

Scientists predict that phosphine’s superconductivity under pressure arises due, in part, to the chemical decomposing.

2/3/16

The annual event, now in its 15th year, will provide free dental treatment and cleanings to more than 600 children – including nearly 400 Head Start students.