The President in the News

5/10/18

An editorial in the Buffalo News calls UB’s $650 million Boldly Buffalo fundraising campaign crucial to the mission of the university, and notes it has been billed by President Satish K. Tripathi as a way to “amplify UB’s mission of transforming ambitious dedicated students into thoughtful leaders and change-makers.”

5/1/18

Stories by the Buffalo News, Associated Press and WIVB-TV report UB has launched “Boldly Buffalo: The Campaign for UB” with a goal of raising $650 million, the largest fundraiser in the history of UB as well as of the SUNY system.

4/30/18

An article in Business First reports UB today unveiled details of Boldly Buffalo, the comprehensive fundraising campaign that aims to raise a total goal of $650 million, a record for public colleges in New York State.

1/26/18

An article in the Buffalo News reports Kathy Twist, senior associate athletic director for sports administration and senior woman administrator, has been named interim director of athletics, and quotes UB President Satish K. Tripathi.

1/22/18

UB President Satish K. Tripathi was quoted in a story on WBFO-FM about yesterday’s State of the University System Address by SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson.

UB News

6/19/17

The event showcases the leadership role that Buffalo and New York State are playing in next-generation traffic systems.

6/5/17

Human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai will speak at UB on Sept. 19 the first speaker in the 31st annual Distinguished Speakers Series.

6/1/17

UB President Satish K. Tripathi and RPCI President and CEO Candace Johnson today strongly urged members of the Western New York congressional delegation to resist a Trump administration budget proposal to cap federal spending on costs essential to conducting research.

5/24/17

Suzanne Rosenblith, associate dean of undergraduate programs at Clemson University, has been named dean of UB's Graduate School of Education effective July 1.

5/9/17

James Smist was seven years old when his father, Felix Smist, graduated in mechanical engineering from the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.