A winter break trip to Jamaica opens a new world for students examining behavior-driven diseases.


The graduate preservation planning studio’s proposal would convert the barn into a site for locally sourced food and drink.


UB is among 29 programs nationwide to be awarded exemplar status by the American Society of Engineering Education.


Shaun Nowicki adds coding skills to his knowledge as an English major to make historical documents more accessible to the public.


“Work In Real Time” will award prize money to student and community artists to help them develop new work.


UB geologist Chris Lowry has designed foldable paper models of aquifers to help students visualize how water is stored underground.


Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig will speak in the School of Law’s signature lecture series.


The NSF-supported research that uses “spacetime-varying metamaterials” could have implications in communications, medicine and other fields.


This year's Global Innovation Challenge examines how to communicate complex health information to people in global North and South countries.


The new online course tests students involved in Greek life on their knowledge about how to stay safe when participating in sororities and fraternities.


William Solomon and Jun Zhuang are the recipients of the 2019-20 Excellence in Graduate Student Mentoring Award presented by the Graduate School.


"See It Through Buffalo" is an official selection of the inaugural UN-Habitat Better Cities Film Festival.

Love, support and ValenDesigns

Free hugs were in store for those who stopped by the Student Union last Thursday for Love and Support Day, sponsored by Health Promotion. Meanwhile over at the CFA, students were challenging the notion of the traditional Valentine's Day Card. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published February 17, 2020

Price Rite donated 43 sacks of food to New Beginnings Food Pantry after UB Football recorded a record number of sacks in 2019.

UB football sacks hunger

Price Rite donated 43 sacks of food to New Beginnings Food Pantry after the UB football team recorded a record number of sacks in 2019.

Martin Luther King Jr. speaks at Kleinhans Music Hall in 1967.

Flashback Friday: MLK visit

Martin Luther King Jr. spoke on "The Future of Integration" to an audience at Kleinhans Music Hall on Nov. 9, 1967 — five months before his assassination — at the invitation of UB's Graduate Student Association. King's legacy lives on at UB in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration keynote address. This year's talk, set for Feb. 24 in Alumni Arena, will be given by criminal justice advocate Yusef Salaam. Read the story. Photo courtesy of University Archives

Published February 21, 2020

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