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Moro Salifu, a faculty member at SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University and director of the Brooklyn Health Disparities Center, speaks at the Ignighting Hope conference.

“Igniting Hope” brought faculty, staff and students from across the university together to examine the social determinants of health.


The program in pharmacometrics and personalized pharmacotherapy is one of the few providing evidence-based instruction in drug therapy optimization.


The classic Disney film kicks off a fall lineup for the popular Buffalo Film Series that includes “Blazing Saddles” and “Roma.”


The program places student teams at mission-driven organizations to develop innovative solutions to social issues impacting Western New York.


The idea behind the installation is to bring the sea — especially its plight due to pollution — closer to people’s minds.


Engineering and Theatre and Dance students combined their unique skills to build two sets for the Prague Quadrennial earlier this summer.


Higher education community has a responsibility to counter ignorant, sinister rhetoric that too often leads to violence, president says.


Kiosks and the GET app help streamline the ordering process at Campus Dining and Shops venues.


UB places 61st among U.S. public colleges for in-state students in Kiplinger's “Best College Values” and 59th by the Center for World University Rankings.


A special session will bring together stakeholders to explore collaborative models for teacher preparation.


Among the items in the aspirational plan are relocation of Special Collections to Abbott and construction of a central atrium in Lockwood.


Alex Ampadu, Jessica Kruger and Mark R. Marino are recipients of the SA award named in honor of the late, beloved UB history professor.


The exercise at the Jacobs School and at Roswell Park showed UB's ability to operate successfully with other emergency response agencies.