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UB's free outdoor performance series is back for a 12th season of music, dancing and hands-on activities.
The initiative of students from UB and Sacred Heart aims to prevent opioid abuse and addiction through education.
The Society for the Advancement of Construction-Related Arts teaches underemployed students high-demand skills rooted in craftsmanship
UB's other study abroad scholarship recipients will focus on foreign language and cultural exploration.
Award winners James Simmons and Hamadi Shebule are the most recent examples of EOC’s legacy of transforming lives.
Sebastian Copeland will discuss his polar expeditions and the perils of climate change as part of the RENEW lecture series.
Thousands of books for this year's AAUW sale were donated from the collections of two recently deceased UB faculty members.
The coach who led the UB women's basketball team to the Sweet 16 will remain at the university through 2023.
Paleobiologist Jack Tseng talks about recent research on fossilized poop and what it tells us about how ancient ecosystems functioned.
A dance installation presented by UB and the Buffalo Museum of Science tackles the effect of microorganisms on health, mood and love.
Some of the world’s most renowned ensembles and composers will be attending UB’s annual new music festival for emerging composers.
A proposal addressing solid waste management through an innovative approach to adolescent education will represent UB in the finals.
A public forum revealed renovations and demolitions slated for UB's historic Main Street Campus.