Campus News

Graphic that says Thinking through Photographs is an exhibition of questions and prompts.
7/8/20

“Thinking Through Photographs” provokes deep thinking about the images that proliferate in today’s world, and our reactions to them.

 

7/16/20

This year the single Day of Caring has shifted to eight weeks of virtual or safe, in-person volunteer opportunities.

7/15/20

With strong support from UB and SUNY, the New York attorney general had filed a lawsuit challenging the policy.

7/15/20

The guidelines were informed by recommendations from the CDC, NYS Department of Health, SUNY and UB faculty experts.

7/10/20

A panel featuring UB faculty and community leaders will follow the talk by Davarian Baldwin, leading historian and cultural critic.

7/9/20

UB law professor Athena Mutua offers her thoughts on the police and other issues raised during the recent weeks of social protests.

7/8/20

UB's president says this week's ICE ruling "runs contrary to our longstanding commitment to inclusion and equity in higher education."

7/8/20

“Thinking Through Photographs” provokes deep thinking about the images that proliferate in today’s world, and our reactions to them.

 

7/7/20

Esther Jose came to UB as a "terrified" 17-year-old from India, earned a BS in engineering and is now headed to MIT to study business analytics.

7/3/20

Tristan Lynn and Joseph Crane have formed a tight bond through the shared experience of treating COVID-19 patients.

7/2/20

Virtual panel members discussed racial inequities, macroaggressions and microaggressions, and white privilege.

7/2/20

Sponsorship from Linde, Verizon Media and M&T Bank expands opportunities for female science and engineering students at UB.

7/1/20

Marlyce Godoy and Ahmed Saleh are further evidence of the EOC’s legacy of transforming lives.