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5/3/16

A national sports medicine organization has recognized orthopaedist John Leddy for his research on teen concussion patients.

5/3/16

UB neurosurgeon Kevin Gibbons has been named senior associate dean for clinical affairs at the UB medical school.

5/3/16

The discovery by UB researchers paves the way for developing a highly specific drug target for strokes and brain injuries.

5/2/16

New York's lieutenant governor and six alumni will be recognized at the Law Alumni Association's annual dinner.

5/2/16

UB's new specialization in real estate development offers students instruction from experienced professionals.

5/2/16

Eleven UB graduate students received 2015-16 Excellence in Teaching Awards at the Graduate School's spring awards ceremony.

4/29/16

A talk by UB nursing researcher Margaret Moss will explore why the health of Native populations remains a mystery.

4/29/16

Historian Ndubueze Mbah will discuss how Euro-African exchanges transformed West African gender identities in a Scholars@Hallwalls lecture.

4/29/16

UB was recognized as a campus leader by N.Y.'s REV clean-energy program for higher education.

4/29/16

Eight UB students have won awards in this year’s competition, one more than all the awards given to other SUNY students.

4/29/16

UB faculty member Jim Lemoine says organizations that set overly ambitious goals can hurt performance and morale.

4/28/16

Actor Kevin Spacey topped off his visit to UB with a peek at some of the treasures in the UB Libraries' Special Collections.

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Oozefest 2016

More than 1,500 UB students, alumni and volunteers gathered on April 30 for Oozefest, one of the nation's largest collegiate mud-volleyball tournaments and one of UB's most beloved traditions.

Published May 2, 2016

A banner day for UB’s brand strategy

The first in a series of banners praising UB’s growing strength in academics and athletics debuted on the south side of Alumni Arena. Read the full story

4/29/16

Class in a tree? That was the case recently for these students in the freshman Design Studio (ARC 101). TA Micaela Barker said the students had just gone through a series of intense deadlines and she wanted to start the class off in a playful and relaxing way. And the weather was perfect for climbing trees. "I also wanted to make sure they realized how awesome that tree is," Barker said. Photo: Douglas Levere