News and views for UB faculty and staff
UBNow takes you to the heart of an Opening Weekend tradition
that connects new students to each other and to UB.
Improving the quality of life and promoting good citizenship
remain UB's focus for the University Heights
The events planned for Sept. 5-11 are designed to raise
awareness of the warning signs and risk factors for suicide.
The 149 very accomplished members of the medical school's class
of 2020 recently took part in the symbolic rite of passage.
In the inaugural offering, artist Rodney McMillian recites LBJ's
1964 Michigan commencement address introducing the Great
The university's revamped gen ed program aims to enrich
students’ educational experience and prepare them to succeed
in today’s world.
We’re changing our name, but not our commitment to being
the go-to source for news for the UB community.
There are vantage points on all three campuses that offer
ringside seats to life at UB and the revival of a city.
The two-year, $7 million renovation transforms the Capen Hall
library into a 21st-century learning environment.
UB welcomes new students to campus with a variety of fun-filled
activities and informative programs.