News and views for UB faculty and staff
Some of the world’s most renowned ensembles and composers will be attending UB’s annual new music festival for emerging composers.
UB is hosting the national conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning in October.
The Inclusive Launch program helps female students and students with diverse backgrounds embrace the idea of entrepreneurship.
Six faculty and three staff have been recognized for consistently superior professional achievement.
UB alumnus Andrew Mingola has created an app to solve parking issues for commuting UB students.
A SEAS workshop designed to give students a better understanding of additive manufacturing closed with a 3D car race.
The UB community turned out in force for Giving Day, exceeding all projections for both donors and dollars.
UB online gamers fall just short of becoming the ultimate Heroes of the Dorm.
Medical students Karole Collier and Bradley Frate will work with patient populations that need them the most.
The 2018 class of Champions for Change will present their ideas for sustainable development in WNY at a summit on May 12.
UB researchers and community members came together on National DNA Day for a special film screening and panel discussion.
Students in UB political communication class launch #holdmediaaccountable to awaken outrage over sale of private data.
The Indeterminacy Festival, now in its second year, will explore the theme of “emergence” by creating unlikely connections across disciplines.