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Updated April 24, 2017

Thinking about doing some spring cleaning? Or in the market for a few bargains?
UB Sustainability is accepting nominations for outstanding students, faculty and staff to be recognized as part of the third annual SLICE awards (Sustainability Leadership, Innovation and Collaborative Engagement).
UB employees who would like some assistance in developing their career plans can turn to the new career coaching service offered by Organizational Development and Training.
Writer and cultural critic Roxane Gay, whose work has received international acclaim for its exploration of feminism and social criticism, will speak at UB on April 5 as part of the university’s Distinguished Speakers Series.
UB’s Employee Assistance Program is offering two free workshops on Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique (IAMT) to UB faculty and staff, retirees and their families.
UB faculty and staff who have a child or other relative in the final stages of the college-decision process can get some insider tips at a special session that should make navigating the final weeks to the May 1 deposit deadline a bit smoother.
UB Human Resources has launched an email newsletter to provide UB faculty and staff with news and information about HR's initiatives, programs and events.
“Highway of Tears,” a documentary about the missing and murdered Aboriginal women along Canada’s Highway 6, is this year’s offering in the School of Social Work’s annual International Film Festival being held on March 28.
World-renowned materials scientist Yet-Ming Chiang will deliver a lecture on the future of energy storage systems on March 16 as part of the RENEW Institute’s ongoing Distinguished Lecture Series.
Members of the UB community who travel to the North Campus via Interstate 990 may want to allow for extra time for the trip — or take an alternate route — due to an upcoming construction project on the road near the North Campus.