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The Social Impact Fellows program pairs MBA and MSW students to develop solutions to social issues facing our region.
UB employees turn out to give back to the community during the United Way's annual day of service.
New research and recreational activities ensure that UB's lake is the campus focal point it was always meant to be.
Daniel Courteau spent six weeks in Washington, D.C., this summer getting an introduction into the U.S. foreign service.
UB's Intensive English Program has given 33 students from 11 countries a chance to improve their English skills and experience different cultures.
CLOE is joining with the African Rights Initiative International to create global leaders in Africa.
The lineup for the Buffalo Film Seminars includes the Oscar-winning “Spotlight,” the original “Scarface” and Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed.”
The journalists and PR professionals will meet with UB engineer Jun Zhuang to learn how falsehoods spread via social media during disasters.
UB coordinated with other emergency teams to respond effectively to a crisis scenario during an emergency drill.
The designation recognizes the mechanical engineering professor as a true leader in her field.
When the going got tough, UB alumna Christine Tjahjadi-Lopez persevered to run a ballet school and lead a weavers' cooperative.
BPS secondary students built their own cellphone as part of a three-day summer camp hosted by UB’s Liberty Partnerships Program.