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All of the latest news about our university.

3/19/15

Casey Bunce has a fever and the only prescription is — well, you know the rest, at least if you’re familiar with the “Saturday Night Live” sketch whose catch phrase “more cowbell” has been part of the pop culture lexicon since 2000.

3/18/15

You might expect teenagers to scoff at sitting through a 95-minute, no-intermission performance of Shakespeare’s grim and bloody Macbeth.

3/18/15

This year’s Spring Seminar Series at the University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions will focus on the topics of smoking and alcohol.

3/18/15

There will be one heck of a party in the Student Union on Friday as University at Buffalo faculty, staff and those students who stayed on campus over spring break gather to watch their Bulls take on West Virginia in the Big Dance.

3/18/15

Well, the University at Buffalo men’s basketball team has one fan pulling for them Friday – and it just so happens to be the President of the United States.

3/17/15

Jean Wactawski-Wende, professor of epidemiology and environmental health, and interim dean of the University at Buffalo School of Public Health and Health Professions since July 2014, has been appointed dean of the school after a national search.

3/17/15

First NCAA Tournament showing puts UB in national spotlight, with thousands of fans sharing pride on social media.

3/16/15

Newcomers including animal ambassadors from Hawk Creek Wildlife Center and tales of the return of wolves in Yellowstone National Park join the ever-popular “cryogenic banana” at this year’s Science Exploration Day, the University at Buffalo’s “Cool Science” festival.

3/16/15

UB shares some interesting facts about the university as the men's basketball team heads to the NCAA tournament for the first time.

3/16/15

Thanks to a grant awarded by the New York State Department of Labor, the University at Buffalo’s TCIE will prepare dislocated workers from Erie County for entry-level to mid-level manufacturing jobs.