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UB students took the top prize in the graduate division of the
NYS Pollution Prevention Institute’s Research and Development
UB’s favorite feathered couple — peregrine falcons
Dixie and Yankee — are keeping watch over four eggs in the
South Campus nesting box.
Michael Levitt, a 2013 winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry,
pioneered the field of computational biology.
The street medicine program launched by students in the UB
medical school is recognized for leadership, caring and
Speakers and workshop sessions addressed the theme of improving
health literacy for Buffalo’s refugee population.
A historic long-lost lantern will be reunited with its mate when
the new building for the medical school opens its doors later this
The former U.S. undersecretary of energy and Johns Hopkins
provost will succeed Nancy Zimpher as SUNY chancellor.
The informal meetings between students and faculty aim to
overcome the “intimation factor” associated with
traditional office hours.
Longtime faculty are making gifts to help fund renovation of 300
operatories that are used in training and patient care.
UB's 13th annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence
honored the successes of UB's outstanding students.
UB faculty member David Holmes recently led a group of UB
medical students on a medical mission to Panama. Here is their
The founder of the popular street portrait blog replaces actor
James Franco in UB's Distinguished Speakers Series.
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