• 12/3/15
    The committee leading the search for a new dean for the School of Dental Medicine is holding listening sessions to discuss campus interests and priorities for the search.
  • 12/3/15
    The Professional Staff Senate’s Inclusion & Diversity Committee will hold its annual End-of-the-Semester Potluck from noon to 1:30 p.m. Dec. 9 in 210 Student Union, North Campus.
  • 12/3/15
    Jonathan Lovell, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has been awarded the Rita Schaefer Young Investigator Award from the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES).
  • 12/10/15
    Byron J. Koekkoek, a retired professor of modern languages and linguistics, died Nov. 28 in Beechwood Home. He was 91.
  • 12/10/15
    Stephanie Rothenberg, associate professor in the Department of Art, is one of 16 international artists showing their work in “Right Here, Right Now,” a group exhibition at The Lowry, a leading cultural center Manchester, UK.
  • 12/10/15
    UB Athletics is collecting Toys for Tots as part of the Dec. 12 men’s basketball game against Binghamton.
  • 12/10/15
    Final exams are around the corner and with them come late nights of studying and, of course, a stressed UB student’s best friend: therapy dogs.
  • 12/10/15
    UB faculty and staff interested in buying a house through UB’s new H.O.M.E. loan program can get more information during orientation sessions being held on Dec. 15.
  • 12/10/15
    Edwin E. Gordon, an internationally recognized scholar of the psychology of music who researched and defined his world-famous music learning theory while serving as director of music education at UB, died Dec. 4 in Fort Dodge, Iowa. He was 88.
  • 12/16/15
    All members of the UB community are invited to take part in a candlelight vigil Thursday afternoon in solidarity with members of the UB community who are Muslim.
  • 12/17/15
    George R. Levine, a Fulbright scholar and highly respected UB English professor died Dec. 16 in Buffalo General Hospital following a brief illness. He was 86.
  • 12/17/15
    “Excelsior,” meaning “ever upward,” is New York State’s official motto and upward-looking UB Law School seniors are now eligible for the governor’s Excelsior Service Fellowship Program, which aims to bring high-achieving new graduates into public service.  
  • 12/17/15
    As the fall semester ends, the 2015 Campaign for the Community is coming to a close. But there’s still time to donate.
  • 12/17/15
    “Using LinkedIn as a Career Success Tool” is the topic of a webinar being held from noon to 1 p.m. on Jan. 6.