News and views for UB faculty and staff
Patrons will have to resist the urge to play with the bright,
inflatable sculptures that are part of an upcoming UB Anderson
UB's efforts to find and hire more minority- and women-owned
business enterprises are paying off big-time.
Artists in residence Neil Wechsler and Nathan Heidelberger also
plan a series of workshops and classes for students and the
In his State of the State address at UB, the governor proposes
$20M for the medical school and extending Metro Rail to the North
U.S. News ranked the Graduate School of Education's programs No.
10 — up 33 spots — while Nursing's RN-BS program rose
65 spots to No. 21.
Millard Fillmore's “legacy organizations” paid
tribute to the U.S. president — and UB's first
chancellor — at the annual commemoration of his birth.
UB physicians are taking part in a national effort to encourage
medical school students and residents to enter the field.
Students in a UB architecture studio created designs for a new,
larger police facility that aims to foster good relations between
police and the community.
The former president of the UB Alumni Association and standout
running back was a key member of the 1958 Lambert Cup team.
The Career Experience Program broadens students’ views to
local opportunities and exposes local firms to UB students.