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6/29/16

UB is among a select group tapped to form an advanced manufacturing hub that aims to sustain the nation’s manufacturing resurgence.

6/29/16

A construction project along Putnam Way will result in improved safety and the completion of Grace Plaza.

6/29/16

UB researchers, elected officials and others got a glimpse of the future last week when they took a spin in a self-driving car.

6/29/16

The three-day camp offers high school students a glimpse into the profession.

6/28/16

For those entering adulthood, high-quality relationships are linked to better health, UB research has found.

6/28/16

Deborah Waldrop has been appointed to a prestigious National Quality Forum committee addressing palliative and end-of-life care.

6/27/16

Five UB engineers received the awards, the NSF's most significant for early-career academic researchers.  

6/27/16

Myles Faith offers strategies to help parents of picky eaters promote healthier food choices for their young children.

6/24/16

UB's mobile dental van will provide care to children in three more counties, thanks to increased funding from NYS.

6/24/16

UB's free outdoor performance series is back for a 10th season to celebrate summer in the South Campus neighborhood.

6/23/16

It's only fitting that for the final review of a UB architecture course on play elements, critique would come in the form of play.

6/23/16

UB geologists are making their own lava to better understand the interaction between water and lava.

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Rite of passage

UB's incoming medical residents on Tuesday received their long white coats symbolizing their commitment to the medical profession. The white coat ceremony capped Education Day, part of Incoming Resident Week sponsored by the Office of Graduate Medical Education. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published June 22, 2016

Little Blue takes the party to the people

There’s life this summer at UB, and its name is Little Blue. Read the full story.

The new sign recently installed at the Center for the Arts offers a dramatic entry to the building. The backlit raised lettering replaces vinyl lettering that was removed during the recent renovation to the atrium's roof. Photo: David Wedekindt