News about UB’s graduate education programs and our partnerships with local schools. (see all topics)


The Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership will receive a share of the competition’s $1 million award.


New study suggests widest graduation gap among Hispanic students.


The grant will support a UB program to cultivate a “racially, ethnically, linguistically diverse teaching force” in the city’s schools.


The grants bring UB’s total to five this year, a sign the university is recruiting top-flight early-career faculty.


Young tech companies Bak USA and Thimble will join ISEP, Say Yes Buffalo and others to excite children about science, engineering.


The free April 14th event includes a documentary screening, demos, lunch and a conversation with female founders of local tech firms.


While UB students are enjoying their mid-semester break, the university will play host to local high school students for Science Exploration Day.


Medical disparities — and how aspiring physicians can begin to overcome them — is a theme of a new course begun this semester at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo.


The rankings are based on surveys of administrators at more than 1,970 programs and more than 16,500 academics and professionals.


UB to host Genome Day at the new Jacobs School building downtown, with a keynote on “Wizard Genetics of Harry Potter” by Duke University’s Eric Spana.