UB 2020 News


The once-vacant hallways are now teeming with student activity, thanks to the work of five biological sciences staffers.


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.


Interim vice provost for inclusive excellence notes UB's annual traditions promoting awareness of black history and culture.


The terrazzo tile from alum Kent Randle and Tiede-Zoeller Tile showcases the donor wall space in the new Jacobs School building.


Stephanie Davidson and Georg Rafailidis are being recognized for their “distinct design voice” and “potential to influence the disciplines of architecture, landscape design and urbanism.”


Some GSE faculty members have started projects that aim to benefit community education and the people most in need of the university’s expertise.


The plant, called the Niagara Resource Recovery Facility, turns municipal solid waste into steam and electricity.


IRS-certified accounting students from UB will provide free tax preparation services to those with annual incomes below $54,000.



CAI artist-in-residence Olivier Pasquet’s “Lloyd’s Mirror” combines site and sound in a performance that will evolve over six days.


Director of UB’s RENEW Institute and SUNY Empire Innovation Professor, Goyal was cited for advances in materials science and superconducting materials.


The three companies will use awards of $225,000 to advance technologies in health care and water purification.


Novelist, literary critic and environmental activist Margaret Atwood, author of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which inspired the television series of the same name, will deliver the March 9 “Humanities to the Rescue” keynote address.


Ferric Contrast, Neurovascular Diagnostics and Sunny Clean Water have each won awards of about $225,000.


The UB School of Dental Medicine will expand services at its annual Give Kids A Smile Day beyond oral health care to include free services from nurses, dieticians, social workers and audiologists.


Researchers to pioneer case study method to help students prepare for bias, inequity.