UB 2020 News

3/16/18

UB's historic victory over Arizona garnered worldwide news coverage and joyful social media postings from Bulls' fans.

3/13/18

Sponsors include the FBI, Secret Service, U.S. Attorney's Office and the Erie County District Attorney's Office.

3/13/18

The Buffalo Bills are joining WNY sports fans in supporting the men's basketball team in its historic season.

3/13/18

The women's basketball team will take on No. 6 seed South Florida after earning its first-ever at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament.

3/12/18

Award-winning author Margaret Atwood tells a UB audience that the humanities answer the questions of who we are and what we want to be.

3/12/18

The coveted award will support the UB chemist's work creating research tools to speed development of new materials.

3/8/18

Local high school students will get a taste of the STEM fields at UB's annual Science Exploration Day.

3/7/18

Michael Brown advances in the selection process for the prestigious award for graduate study.

3/7/18

From phone charger cords to small appliances and more, volunteer fixers will do their best to get items back to working order.

3/7/18

Vice President Laura Hubbard gave a presentation on UB's capital needs — and how the university plans to address those needs — at Monday's meeting.

3/6/18

Kendra N. Cadogan has been named the School of Law's inaugural director of diversity, equity and inclusion.

3/6/18

UB innovators can take part in a pitch contest to win up to $2,000 for ideas to help older adulsts stay in their homes.

3/1/18

A session presented by ISSS tackled the language and cultural barriers that affect international students in and out of the classroom.

3/1/18

UB's partnership with Evergreen Health opens new avenues for clinical research and training in the areas of HIV and hepatitis C.

3/1/18

Susan E. Rice told a UB audience that Martin Luther King Jr.'s greatest gift was his ability to lead the movement for social change.