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Updated September 26, 2016

9/13/16
The weekly open figure drawing sessions sponsored by the Student Visual Arts Organization in the Department of Art are back for another semester.
9/13/16
Evacuation drills have been scheduled for Clement and Goodyear residence halls on Sept. 15. The drills will take place at 8 p.m. in Clement and at 8:15 p.m. in Goodyear.
9/12/16
Anthony O'Rourke, associate professor of law, will present the James Otis Lecture at the Robert H. Jackson Center’s National Constitution Day celebration on Sept. 16. The lecture will take place at 10:30 a.m. at the Robert H. Jackson federal courthouse in downtown Buffalo.
9/12/16
Acclaimed dancer, teacher and choreographer Jennifer Nugent is visiting UB this week as the first Creative Arts Initiative (CAI) artist-in-residence for 2016-17.
9/9/16
The three-year Wi-Fi Boost project has been improving Wi-Fi all across UB’s three campuses, building by building, area by area. Now, UBIT wants to hear how it’s going.
9/9/16
The gender gap in academic and corporate positions in STEM fields is the topic of the first Brown Bag Lunch Lecture of the fall semester sponsored by Women in STEM.
9/6/16
The Campus Garden Club is holding its first general body meeting of the fall semester at 7 p.m. Sept. 7 in C134 Greiner Hall, North Campus.
9/6/16
Volunteers are needed to help out with Warm Up To Winter, an event being coordinated by the Office of the Vice Provost for Enrollment Management to encourage students to register for winter session classes. 
9/6/16
Representatives from a variety of community-based organizations will explain New York State’s new high school equivalency test and how best to prepare students for it at a regional forum from 10-11:30 a.m. Sept. 9 at UB’s Educational Opportunity Center, 555 Ellicott St., Buffalo.
8/31/16
Pianist Stephen Manes has performed the entire set of 32 Beethoven piano sonatas at UB three times during a long and distinguished career as a faculty member and performer. He has returned to Slee Hall annually since his retirement from UB nearly a decade ago, performing a variety of intriguing programs to enthusiastic audiences.