Campus and Community

News about UB programs that support our local community. (see all topics)

10/17/18

UB community members will create hundreds of signs for #SpiritDay on North Campus.

10/12/18

The UB Alumni Association will honor alumni and friends who have brought distinction to the university at the 2018 UBAA Achievement Awards program to be held Oct. 12 in the Center for the Arts on the North Campus.

10/12/18

UB will celebrate Homecoming and Family Weekend, two of the most traditional of college events, Oct. 12-14 with a variety of activities for students, their family members and alumni.

10/10/18

Seven artists from around the world will explore questions surrounding the intersection of nature and the unnatural as the newest biological art residents in the University at Buffalo Coalesce: Center for Biological Arts.

10/8/18

The effects and effectiveness of school security measures will be the topic of a national conference organized by Jeremy Finn, professor in the UB Graduate School of Education.

10/5/18

UB School of Law Teaching Faculty member Helen “Nellie” Drew told high school students that freedom of expression is protected by the First Amendment as part of her keynote speech for the Sixth Annual James Otis Lecture Oct. 3.

10/5/18

The University at Buffalo will recognize 12 distinguished alumni at the UB Alumni Association Achievement Awards ceremony to be held at Oct. 12 in the UB Center for the Arts.

10/4/18

The program will close critical workforce gaps by strengthening the connectivity between clean energy employers and educators in Western New York.

10/2/18

The University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine will provide Western New York seniors with free oral health screenings and an educational workshop through Oral Health America’s Wisdom Tooth Project.

10/1/18

Western New Yorkers are invited to SciNight: Diving into Your DNA, an event hosted by the Buffalo Museum of Science and the University at Buffalo Community of Excellence in Genome, Environment and Microbiome, where guests can create a necklace made from their own DNA and learn from local scientists about DNA testing and the makeup of our genetic material.