News and views for UB faculty and staff
The Science & Art Cabaret will address the ultimate theme
— one familiar to all but also an endless source of
Local high school students will get a taste of the STEM fields
at UB's annual Science Exploration Day.
Michael Brown advances in the selection process for the
prestigious award for graduate study.
From phone charger cords to small appliances and more, volunteer
fixers will do their best to get items back to working order.
Vice President Laura Hubbard gave a presentation on UB's capital
needs — and how the university plans to address those needs
— at Monday's meeting.
Kendra N. Cadogan has been named the School of Law's inaugural
director of diversity, equity and inclusion.
The acclaimed trio will present a mix of Shostakovich and
Beethoven trios in concerts at UB and at Kleinhans.
UB innovators can take part in a pitch contest to win up to
$2,000 for ideas to help older adulsts stay in their homes.
Law professor Nellie Drew talks about the outlet she created for
students to develop networking connections within the field of
A session presented by ISSS tackled the language and cultural
barriers that affect international students in and out of the
UB's partnership with Evergreen Health opens new avenues for
clinical research and training in the areas of HIV and hepatitis
Susan E. Rice told a UB audience that Martin Luther King Jr.'s
greatest gift was his ability to lead the movement for social
The director of UB's Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse
Prevention and other scholars advocate adding research to the