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Updated October 20, 2017

UB’s Educational Opportunity Center will hold its annual Strengthening Families Celebration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 21 at the center’s downtown office at 555 Ellicott St.
Enteric pathogens — those occurring in the intestines — is the topic of the second annual Robert V. Lee Lectureship in Global Health hosted by the School of Public Health and Health Professions.
UB faculty and staff on the South Campus now have another option for lunch with the opening of the Main Street Market inside Goodyear Hall.
Student Health Services is sponsoring flu vaccination clinics for the entire UB community throughout October on the North and South campuses.
Marcus Yam graduated from UB in 2006 with a degree in aerospace engineering — and then took a very different career path. He’s now a top news photographer with two Pulitzer Prizes to his name.
Members of the UB community can stop by the Health Sciences Library on Oct. 4 and share a cup of coffee — and some conversation — with UB Police officers.
John Galiski, an expert on forensic accounting and fraud investigations, will return to his alma mater, UB’s School of Management, to deliver the Sufrin Lecture on Oct. 2.
Books that once made the literary blacklist, including the ‘The Great Gatsby” and Dr. Seuss’ “Green Eggs and Ham,” will be on display in the lobby of Lockwood Memorial Library as the UB Libraries mark Banned Books Week Sept. 24-30.
The School of Law’s Community Justice Clinic will hold a free DACA Renewal Clinic on Sept. 25 for any DACA recipient who needs legal advice or needs to file a renewal by Oct. 5.
Attention UB cyclists. Get a tuneup and bike registration, and learn about UB BikeShare at a free event taking place this week on the North and South campuses.