News and views for UB faculty and staff
MBA student Anthony Falvo led a workshop on campus last weekend
to encourage Buffalo high school students on their leadership
The lecture will focus on the role that diet and nutrition play
in age-related eye diseases.
The renowned ensemble will perform the third of six concerts in
this season's Slee/Beethoven String Quartet Cycle.
Public school students met with the former U.S. attorney general
during his recent visit to UB.
Lisa Benincosa, a vice president with Roche Pharmaceutical
Research and Early Development will deliver the annual lecture on
The Falcon 9 rocket that blasted into space Sunday contains
cargo that includes 20 potatoes that eventually will make their
home at UB.
Scholars on the Road lecturer David Castillo says understanding
media culture is needed to combat “truthiness” and
UB students helped to create high-tech costumes for the Zodiaque
Dance Company's 43rd spring concert.
The new 3MT PhD pitch competition seeks to help researchers
communicate their work to others.
James Kosnik to “reconnect” with
UB's “glorious” tradition 50 years later at
Distinguished Alumni Concert.
UB's Regional Institute spent nine months compiling all the
research and data for the Buffalo Niagara Labor Market Assessment
The former U.S. attorney general told a UB audience on Thursday
not to underestimate the power of protest.