Updated October 15, 2019

10/15/19
Deaf activist Nyle DiMarco will kick off the 2019-20 Distinguished Speakers Series with a talk at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 in Alumni Arena, North Campus.
10/15/19
The Slee Sinfonietta, UB’s professional chamber orchestra in residence and the flagship ensemble of the Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music, will present a “Night of Percussion” at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22 in Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall, North Campus.
10/14/19
UB employees can share their Thanksgiving traditions while making connections with members of UB’s diverse international community by taking part in the sixth annual “Thanksgiving Without Borders” program.
10/14/19
Ninety-five percent of all cybersecurity incidents are due to human error, according to the cybersecurity company Duo Security, but a little knowledge can go a long way toward keeping yourself — and your personal information — safe.
10/11/19
The Department of Theatre and Dance presents “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” Oct. 23-27 in the Black Box Theatre in the Center for the Arts, North Campus.
10/9/19
The Office of Inclusive Excellence’s “Year of Yoga for Every Body” series continues next week with a workshop focused on the “good mind” and a screening of a film that follows three people whose lives were transformed by yoga.
10/8/19
With more than 3,000 prospective students and their families expected to visit UB on Oct. 19 during UB 360°, the university’s fall open house, the Office of the Vice Provost for Enrollment Management is looking for UB employees to help ensure a successful event.
10/7/19
Columbia University diversity scholar Katherine W. Phillips will discuss how diversity benefits individuals, groups and organizations during an Oct. 17 talk sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences’ Center for Diversity Innovation.
10/4/19
The Zodiaque Dance Company, under the direction of Artistic Director Kerry Ring and Managing Director Jenna Del Monte, opens its 46th anniversary year with “What is Dance?” Oct. 17-20 in the Drama Theatre in the Center for the Arts, North Campus.
10/3/19
Isaac Ehrlich, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Economics and founding editor of the Journal of Human Capital, will deliver the keynote address as part of a two-day international conference, “Human Capital and Economic Development in China,” Taking place Oct. 5-6 in 509 O’Brian Hall, North Campus.