Campus News

Mezzanine view looking down at an architecture exhibit in Hayes Hall.

“Now What?!” documents the often-overlooked history of the architecture and design community as part of larger social and political movements over the last 50 years.


UB dental students and staff took part in screenings of more than 800 children through a collaboration with the Colgate Bright Smiles, Bright Futures program.


The Northwestern librarian is a national leader in digital library initiatives, technology and innovation.


The multimedia study by UB faculty member Jody Biehl creates a rich, diverse narrative of Buffalo’s immigration story.


The award will help the center expand its residency program and support exhibitions, lectures, school workshops and a video archive.


The project to educate girls on the proper disposal of menstrual waste hit a wall when it didn’t win the global finals of the World’s Challenge Challenge. Then the School of Management stepped in.


The annual festival and conference for emerging composers is back for another year of activities dedicated to the presentation of very recent music.


Everyone, it seems, has a story to tell about the wild turkeys, whose residence at Crofts has become a continuing dispute for territory.


UB’s success in developing MOOCS is creating synergies within UB and SUNY, and promoting the sharing of best practices.


Four faculty and staff members — all women — are taking on new leadership roles in the School of Public Health and Health Professions.


UB is honored for its efforts in promoting collaboration among stakeholders in developing policies and decision-making to fulfill the university's mission.


The dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will become senior VP for academics and provost of the University of Arizona.


WTF (Where’s the Forest),” a solo exhibition of new work by UB faculty member Reinhard Reitzenstein, features a full tree covered in beeswax.