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Carol Berman knows Cayo Santiago well. She's been doing research there since 1974 and is among the scientists calling attention to the island, home to a unique free-ranging population of rhesus monkeys and the researchers charged with their care in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.


Animated films can provide critical opportunities for adults to discuss end-of-life issues with children according to a new study by a UB researcher who specializes in end-of-life communication.


The acclaimed guitar duo brings their 10th anniversary tour to the Center for the Arts on November 17th. 


Dance company founded by UB alumna Claire Jacob-Zysman to be in residence and perform at the Center for the Arts on November 4th and 5th. 


The popluar comedian will perform at the Center for the Arts on November 11th. 


Jack Quinan, a noted expert on Frank Lloyd Wright, will deliver the keynote address for a conference that directs long overdue attention to Buffalo as the epicenter of the American arts and crafts movement.


The 120 colorful, terra cotta clay blocks that comprise the winning entry in the School of Architecture and Planning's design-build competition were fabricated at Boston Valley Terra Cotta.


The University at Buffalo Coalesce: Center for Biological Arts will welcome seven artists from around the world to explore life’s greatest questions through biological art residencies.


The popular Food Network star and author returns to the Center for the Arts on November 2nd with an all-new show. 


Guitarist John McLaughlin revisits the legacy of Mahavishnu Orchestra on his farewell U.S. tour with guitarist Jimmy Herring on November 1st at the Center for the Arts.