The new Downtown Campus is quickly becoming a cutting-edge center for teaching, research and clinical care in Buffalo’s emerging bio-sciences economy.
A major anchor of UB's downtown presence, the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences will move to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in 2017.
A joint project of UB and Kaleida Health, the CTRC links clinical care and teaching with research and commercial application in the health sciences and is one of a handful of such facilities in the nation.
Construction on a new $26 million Downtown Campus home for UB’s center for remedial, vocational and academic programming is under way and will be completed in spring 2013.
The historic former M. Wile Co. factory building has been transformed into the new UB Downtown Gateway building, housing outreach programs as diverse as the Regional Institute and UBMD.
The Crossroads Culinary Center (C3 for short) is UB’s newest residential dining facility.
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has a state-of-the-art new home on the South Campus.
This new suite-style residence hall accommodates 600 students and integrates features of UB’s emerging "learning landscape," including first-floor classrooms, study spaces and a cafe.
The $7.1 million renovation of historic Wende Hall, built in 1885, has transformed it into a user-friendly, energy-efficient and dynamic setting for 21st century nursing education.
The new Behling Simulation Center is among the renovations in Farber Hall that meets immediate and pressing needs for high quality research space for the health sciences.
Extensive interior and exterior renovations give the School of Public Health and Health Professions a modern, consolidated home base.
Designed to meet LEED “Gold” standards, this striking new building houses the School of Engineering and Applied Science's Computer Science and Electrical Engineering programs.
Following the migration of the School of Pharmacy to South Campus, space will be renovated to meet growing demands in basic sciences.
Renovations of Capen and Lockwood will integrate teaching, technology, libraries, student services, dining and residences to create a new “learning landscape.”
The new facility improves and expands capacity to serve the needs of students, faculty and staff with young children.
The South Campus child care center has been fully renovated, improving and expanding services to children of UB personnel.
UB’s iconic Hayes Hall will be more beautiful, better equipped, and more efficient following a comprehensive renovation.
This historic gathering space has been totally re-landscaped to be a more beautiful and more sustainable place on South Campus.
New plantings, restored paving, and public art have made the central public space on North Campus more lively and inviting.
A major new facility near the stadium will support the UB Bulls’ drive to become more competitive in Division I athletics, especially football.