News and views for UB faculty and staff
The journey begins this week for the newest members of the UB community as incoming students arrive for the start of the new academic year.
The experienced communicator will continue to work to expand UB's reputation.
“Igniting Hope” brought faculty, staff and students from across the university together to examine the social determinants of health.
UB volunteers brought energy and enthusiasm as they fanned out across the Buffalo area for the 27th annual Day of Caring.
A $1.5 million gift from UB alumnus David Pfeil honors his longtime UB friend and classmate, Kenneth Colwell.
The law school is partnering in a new initiative that will provide on-the-spot legal help to poor and disabled people in Western New York.
The new public service announcement is scheduled to debut Aug. 29 on ESPN+ during the broadcast of the Bulls’ football game against Robert Morris.
The university is bolstering oversight and accountability for Greek-letter social fraternal organizations and lifting its suspension on all but one of the groups.
Murchie Family Fieldhouse is considered a “game-changer” for UB Athletics.
Law professor succeeds Errol Meidinger as director of UB Law’s signature vehicle for interdisciplinary scholarship.
The UB community is invited to “walk the walk” by attending a celebration of the rainbow crosswalk on Aug. 29.
The program in pharmacometrics and personalized pharmacotherapy is one of the few providing evidence-based instruction in drug therapy optimization.