Updated October 12, 2020

  • 10/13/20
    UB’s annual health and wellness fair for faculty and staff is going virtual this year, with three days of free, informative programming led by UB and community experts.
  • 10/12/20
    UB faculty, staff and students can get their seasonal flu shot — a vaccination that public health officials say is more important than ever this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic — at influenza vaccination clinics being held now through mid-November on all three UB campuses.
  • 10/5/20
    The Graduate School of Education will not require applicants to submit Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) scores for admission for the next two years to academic programs that do not require professional licensure.
  • 10/1/20
    The Division of Athletics has taken immediate steps in response to test results indicating that 25 student-athletes have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
  • 10/1/20
    A crowdfunding campaign is underway for the Susan E. Bennett Memorial Fund, which will support students in the Department of Rehabilitation Science who demonstrate promise in the field of physical therapy.
  • 9/29/20
    Nationally recognized COVID-19 expert Ashish K. Jha will examine how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting global health in a virtual lecture set for Oct. 30.
  • 9/25/20
    The Professional Staff Senate’s Sustainable Living Committee is sponsoring a free electronics recycling event, as well as a food drive for UB’s Blue Table food pantry, on Oct. 13 at the Center for Tomorrow.
  • 9/21/20
    The School of Law’s Center for the Advancement of Sport will examine the challenges COVID-19 presents to top collegiate and professional sports health professionals, administrators and athletes at a virtual roundtable discussion on Sept. 25.
  • 9/21/20
    The School of Management’s Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness (CLOE) has two new coaching programs to help managers — and those they lead — become their best.
  • 9/18/20
    A video game version of “Sofia Learns About Research,” the children’s activity and coloring book that presents research in a non-threatening way, is coming to downtown Buffalo’s Explore & More ­— The Ralph C. Wilson Children's Museum. The exhibit is set to open Sept. 23.