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The UB School of Law will host a forum to discuss economic and technological changes and their impact on free speech at its upcoming Mitchell Lecture.


Leading programs team up to build the largest global network of college entrepreneurs.


UB political and computer science major Michael P. Brown is a finalist for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, which provides up to $30,000 for graduate study.


The UB School of Law has named Kendra N. Cadogan as its inaugural director of diversity, equity and inclusion.


The emergency funds will help offset such short-term financial needs as rent, utilities, transportation and food.


More than 250 performers and volunteers will mark the arrival of the Chinese New Year with an afternoon-long celebration on Feb. 17 at the UB’s Center for the Arts.


As part of an ongoing review of graduate programs, the UB College of Arts and Sciences has announced a plan to strengthen the English department’s doctoral program and improve the program’s long-term competitiveness.


The UB Confucius Institute and the Chinese Club of Western New York will mark the arrival of the Chinese New Year with a diverse program celebrating Chinese culture on Feb. 17 at UB’s Center for the Arts.


The beloved critter will be guest star of the UB geology department’s annual Groundhog Day cookout.


Nickell — a former stage magician and private detective — has a long track record of debunking paranormal events.