UB's historic victory over Arizona garnered worldwide news coverage and joyful social media postings from Bulls' fans.
Sponsors include the FBI, Secret Service, U.S. Attorney's Office and the Erie County District Attorney's Office.
The Buffalo Bills are joining WNY sports fans in supporting the men's basketball team in its historic season.
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.
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.
The coveted award will support the UB chemist's work creating research tools to speed development of new materials.
Local high school students will get a taste of the STEM fields at UB's annual Science Exploration Day.
Michael Brown advances in the selection process for the prestigious award for graduate study.
From phone charger cords to small appliances and more, volunteer fixers will do their best to get items back to working order.
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.
Kendra N. Cadogan has been named the School of Law's inaugural director of diversity, equity and inclusion.
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.
A session presented by ISSS tackled the language and cultural barriers that affect international students in and out of the classroom.
UB's partnership with Evergreen Health opens new avenues for clinical research and training in the areas of HIV and hepatitis C.
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.
UB’s revamped and highly customizable general education program promotes intellectual exploration to enrich students’ educational experiences.
UB’s Communities of Excellence unite faculty and students across disciplines to address global challenges head on.
UB pledges to provide entering UB freshmen with the academic resources they need to graduate in four years. | Read more
The university has launched an identity and brand strategy that will ensure UB's story is told in a consistent, compelling and authentic manner.
UB surges in the Wall Street Journal/ Times Higher Education College Rankings, coming in at 117th overall out of 1,000 schools, 24th among publics and 1st among NYS publics.
Phase one of a university-wide UB 2020 project to build community and improve student spaces is complete, starting with a two-year renovation of Silverman Library.| Learn more
UB’s largest campaign in history will elevate our students, attract world-class faculty and support life-changing research with the potential to transform our region and the globe.
UB undergraduates interested in international and global issues can now earn an official academic credential and graduate as Global Scholars. | Read more