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UBNow continues its series on the new generation of student leaders with a story on Ian DesJardin, who’s ready to launch his career into space.
Science Exploration Day shows WNY high school students that science solves real-world problems.
UB faculty members Anthony Campagnari, Gary Giovino and John Richard have been named SUNY Distinguished Professors, the highest faculty rank in the SUNY system.
“Power: the preservation of order” is the inaugural concert of the new performance and choreographic research lab in Theatre and Dance.
The program at the Burchfield Penney Art Center will hightlight the various ways the UB faculty member creates dances.
The journalist tells a UB audience that his story reporting allegations of sexual misconduct against the film producer came close to never being published.
Many of the events on the calendar are not ones that most people would think of as being related to sustainability.
The students were recognized for academic excellence and accomplishments in such areas as leadership, athletics and community service.
Students from Enterprise Charter School's Junior Frontiers program recently visited UB to discuss diversity and the importance of going to college.
The new student employment program helps students take the skills they're developing in their on-campus jobs and apply them to a successful career.
France A. Córdova is this year's speaker in the series showcasing distinguished individuals who are helping to shape understanding of vital world issues.
The summit will examine Buffalo’s housing crisis, explore the links between housing and health, and suggest policies to improve housing for better health of refugees.
The annual event aims to encourage a healthy lifestyle and educate the community on public health issues.