Media Advisories

News about upcoming UB events that may be of interest to the media.


Thousands of undergraduate and graduate students will don caps and gowns this weekend during the University at Buffalo's 2017 commencement ceremonies.


Students worked in groups, 10 teams in all, to build small structures that invite the public to experience the grain elevators at Silo City in a way they previously could not.


Brandon Stanton, founder of the “Humans of New York” project, will speak at UB at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, in Alumni Arena as part of the Distinguished Speakers Series.


Science and cocktails will come together for one savory evening during UB GEM's DNA Cocktails with Coalesce, a celebration of National DNA Day over cocktails and microbiome-friendly foods.


The School of Dental Medicine's sixth annual Run for Smiles 5k returns to promote cardiovascular and oral health awareness and support programs that provide oral health care to underserved populations in Buffalo.


Annual summit convenes scholars, resettlement agencies, service providers, community support centers, municipal agencies and refugees to explore barriers and solutions to promote culturally engaged health care for refugees in Buffalo.


Klaus Oeggl, one of the world’s leading authorities on the Tyrolean Iceman, will discuss recent research about the mummified Neolithic man of the Alps on April 10 at UB.


The Distinguished Speakers Series event with Roxane Gay, originally scheduled for 8 p.m. tonight (April 5) has been postponed and rescheduled for April 13 after her travel plans were disrupted due to unforeseen flight complications and delays.


Cultural critic Roxane Gay, author of the New York Times bestselling collection of essays “Bad Feminist,” will speak at UB on April 5 in Alumni Arena as part of the university’s Distinguished Speakers Series.


Nearly 400 nurses, physicians and other health care workers will attend the University at Buffalo School of Nursing’s 20th Annual Bullough Lecture to learn about the silent epidemic affecting the nation from pain and opioid addictions expert Peggy Compton.