9/19/18

Want to be an entrepreneur or work with a startup? UB is hosting an event that will show faculty, staff and students how they can get involved.

9/18/18

Researchers attending the two-day meeting will address the concept of recasting addiction as a treatable, chronic disease.

9/18/18

UB social work faculty member Katie McClain-Meeder and her husband started Little Bear Farm to help improve access to healthy food.

9/17/18

The UB study also raises important questions about access to pain-management options.

9/17/18

The closing of the annex building marks another milestone for the South Campus revitalization plan.

9/17/18

This year’s Sustainable Living Fair will help participants take sustainability beyond the environmental aspect.

9/14/18

With a new connection to UB’s network infrastructure, the Anderson Gallery is poised to bring UB’s research and creative work to the world.

9/14/18

The $359,000 grant from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Get Screened, No Excuses” initiative will support research on the role of the microbiome in breast cancer.  

9/13/18

For the third straight year, UB is enrolling a record freshman class and also expects to set records for undergraduate and total enrollments.

9/13/18

A contribution made during UB's Boldly Buffalo campaign supports the naming of a new robotics suite in the Jacobs School.

9/13/18

The students from Capital Normal University in Beijing will present music and dance pieces in a variety of traditional and contemporary styles.

9/12/18

Sean Kaczmarek looks back on a life-changing two years in Europe, from meeting Queen Elizabeth II in London to a powerful personal moment in Italy.

Living a green lifestyle

Learning how to lead a sustainable life was the focus of the Professional Staff Senate's Sustainable Living Fair, held Sept. 24 in the Student Union. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published September 25, 2018

Satellite launch

The final Delta II rocket launches the ice-monitoring ICESat-2 satellite. Read more about UB faculty involvement in the satellite project.

From left: Don Erb, Katherine Aiken, Domenic Licata, Phyllis Floro, Dan Ryan and Hugh Jarvis blow bubbles at last month's dedication of seven kayaks obtained by the Professional Staff Senate for exclusive use by faculty and staff on Lake LaSalle. Although fall has officially arrived, there's still plenty of time to get out on the water. Read more about the guidelines for using the kayaks and see more photos from the event. Photo: Douglas Levere

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