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9/30/16

Members of the UB community can stop by the Student Union for a cup of coffee — and some conversation — with UBPD officers.

9/30/16

In the fifth installment in the weekly “big idea” series, Mark Shepard proposes integrating technology with natural systems.

9/29/16

A UB study has found that incomplete end-of-life treatment forms can lead to the elderly receiving more care than they may have wanted.

9/29/16

UB's Research Institute on Addictions will use the funding to develop and evaluate an online program specifically designed to help these women.

9/29/16

A pioneer in its use of technology, the ensemble will present a program featuring the late works of Shostakovich and Beethoven.

9/28/16

The Bulls' game against Kent State caps off a variety of events celebrating UB spirit during Homecoming Weekend Oct. 6-8.  

9/28/16

Marty Tankleff will tell the story of his wrongful conviction on murder charges to students in the “Conviction and Remedies” course.

9/27/16

A UB study has found that the working mothers who are most in need of social support are the least likely to get it.

9/27/16

The award from the American Chemical Society recognizes excellence in organic chemistry.

9/27/16

The UB research marks a step forward in the quest to develop personalized brain stimulation as a treatment for disease.

9/26/16

The multi-year study will analyze how the coke plant's emissions have impacted the health of area residents and employees.

9/26/16

During a visit to UB last week, alum Joel Lunenfeld talked about the role the university played in shaping his career as an executive for Twitter.

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Humanities Festival

The annual Buffalo Humanities Festival, held Sept. 22-24, explored the renaissance, rebirth and resurgance of Buffalo and beyond.  

Published September 27, 2016

Hayes Hall Tour

Hayes Hall is formally reopening its doors on Friday. Get a sneak peek of this UB treasure with a tour from School of Architecture and Planning Dean Robert Shibley and architect Valerie Christianson.

 

Music legend Brian Wilson (at piano) was joined by Al Jardine, a founding member of the Beach Boys along with Wilson, and their band at a sold-out concert on Wednesday to open the Center for the Arts' 2016-17 season. Willson and the band performed the entire "Pet Sounds" album in celebration of its 50th anniversary. Photo: Chad Cooper