BUFFALO, N.Y. – In support of its UB 2020 commitment to prepare students to live and lead in a global world, the University at Buffalo has announced its Global Scholar Program, through which undergraduates in any discipline can qualify for a global scholar transcript notation (TN) citing significant achievement in global/international awareness.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – The University at Buffalo has, since the late 1990s, actively recruited international students with more determination, enthusiasm and success than most other American educational institutions.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – The University at Buffalo will host the 18th International Conference of the Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) July 21-24 in the Center for the Arts, North Campus, and in the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center adjacent to the North Campus in Getzville.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Indian dancing! A mezzo soprano Hong Zhang! Martial arts! The University at Buffalo Cricket Club! Dragon dance training, award-winning Zhongbei (Daisy) Wu on the Chinese plucked zither (the guzheng) and maybe a little sandbag throwing!
BUFFALO, N.Y. – A gift of $200,000 from Melissa Dongmin Ma and Robin Li, MS '94, co-founder of China’s search-engine giant Baidu.com, will fund a laboratory in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in the University at Buffalo’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.The Robin Li Data Mining and Machine Learning Laboratory will be located in Davis Hall on the North Campus.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Fulbright scholar and climate activist Subhashni Raj, who just completed her master of urban planning at the University at Buffalo, will start her PhD at UB this fall as the first recipient of the university’s Jerome L. Kaufman Doctoral Fellowship for the study of food systems planning.
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The Confucius Institute in the University at Buffalo Asian Studies Program (UBCI) will offer a K-12 immersion day camp in Chinese language and culture this summer, as well as an immersion experience in China for high school students.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Thirty years ago, Shenzhen was a small fishing village in southern China, population 175,000. Today, it’s a sprawling megalopolis of more than 12 million inhabitants, and one of the fastest-growing cities in the world.