Updated June 19, 2019

Faculty and professional staff members have elected new officers for their respective governance bodies for 2019-21.
Tens of thousands of spectators will flock to the North Campus on July 4 to watch a spectacular fireworks display over Lake LaSalle and celebrate Independence Day.
UB on the Green, the university's free outdoor event celebrating summer in the South Campus neighborhood, will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. Aug. 9 at Rotary Field, South Campus.
This summer the University Libraries will serve as a book drive collection point for Teacher’s Desk, a non-profit organization that lets teachers shop for free books, school supplies and other resources for students in their classrooms.
Stage two bridge work by the state Department of Transportation on the I-990 over Chestnut Ridge Road near the UB North Campus may impact travelers beginning Wednesday, June 19.  
Two free yoga classes designed for people of all levels and abilities to participate will be held on the South Campus this week and next.
The Western New York Environmental Alliance, of which UB is a member, is hosting its annual member and public sessions June 19 in 403 Hayes Hall, South Campus.
Join the UB team for the Green Your Commute Challenge (GYCC), a summer-long competition between state agencies, local governments and SUNY and CUNY institutions to see whose employees can reduce their institution’s carbon emissions the most by greening their commutes.
Marfa, Texas, singer/songwriter Sam Watts will perform an acoustic set of songs and stories inspired by his late grandfather and visual artist Sam Richardson, whose work is on view in the UB Anderson Gallery beginning June 8.
Volunteers are needed to help with Western New York’s 10th annual celebration of World Refugee Day, a global event initiated in 2000 by the United Nations that is designed to recognize the people who add diversity to our communities.