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Event is part of the UB English department’s contribution to the campus-wide Discovery Week.
The Department of Theatre and Dance’s production is the first in the U.S. of a new adaptation by English playwright Simon Stephens.
The university tops the Mid-American Conference and also ranks No. 10 on the Environment America list of top colleges for renewable energy use.
Newly unveiled renderings offer a glimpse into the interior of One World Café, complete with video walls, tiered seating and more.
$675,000 grant will provide training in advanced medical management of patients with complex bleeding, thrombotic disorders.
Jacobs School alumnus Robert Gore will deliver the keynote address for the school’s annual Spring Clinical Day on May 4.
A student team’s idea for a ‘bug burger’ won the $3,000 grand prize at UB’s World’s Challenge Challenge.
Former U.S. Secretary of State wrapped up the 2018-19 Distinguished Speakers Series with talk on the international order.
Events include inaugural Pride Parade and festival, screening of "The Long Trail Out."
UB president expresses the university’s condolences and deep sadness upon the death of UB student Sebastian Serafin-Bazan.
Area refugees joined UB faculty, staff and students and community members in discussing links between housing and health.
Reverse Pitch lets students sit back, relax and listen to one of eight 43North companies tell them why they should work for that organization.