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2019 campaign co-chairs Aviva Abramovsky and Mark Alnutt talk with UBNow about why the UB Faculty Staff Campaign means so much to them.
A 24-foot wall in Silverman Library showcases visits to UB by King, Davis, Chavez, Chisholm and Malcom X.
UB is hosting the nation’s first-ever summit for mobile produce markets.
The final requirement of UB’s general education curriculum sets the university apart.
Pianist Eric Huebner, guitarist and composer Sungmin Shin, and oboist Megan Kyle will perform next month on the North Campus.
UB students are back for the 2019 edition of the botanical garden’s annual light and sound show with their take on this year’s theme of “Magic in the Air.”
UB faculty and others from three universities judge national crystal-growing contest at UB.
Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul helped send off law students who were traveling to the island to help residents still recovering from Hurricane Maria.
UB’s Regional Institute and School of Architecture and Planning are leading the public engagement process in the redesign of Buffalo’s LaSalle Park.
UB law students in the U.S.–Mexico Border Clinic are in Texas this week volunteering their legal expertise to immigrants seeking asylum in the U.S.
The prestigious Ada Lovelace Fellowship covers tuition and fees for three years for members of underrepresented groups in computing.
“Photographic Recall” and “Cages/Logging” will open Feb. 9 in the UB Anderson Gallery.
Buffalo Business First’s program honors 40 men and women — all under the age of 40 — who are successful professionally and active in the community.