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Richmond Ballet perform "Rite of Spring"
10/30/14

“How Did We…?” a new work for theater designed and produced by the internationally renowned artist and choreographer Doug Fitch, will premiere at UB Nov. 13-15.

Featured Stories

Zero Waste at football games
10/30/14

UB student volunteers are roaming UB Stadium and its grounds making sure the 20,000 or so spectators at Bulls' football games create as little waste as possible.

‘Supermensch’ returns to UB
10/30/14

Shep Gordon graduated from UB a notorious prankster. Last week, he returned a Hollywood legend.

campus sexual assault prevention
10/30/14

Sharon Nolan-Weiss talks about sexual harassment and sexual assault on campus, and how UB is addressing the issue.

Singer returns to discuss book
10/30/14

Former UB faculty member Simon Singer returns to UB to talk about his new book, a case study of delinquency in the Town of Amherst that illuminates the roots of juvenile offending in modern society.

‘Opera of images’
10/30/14

“How Did We…?” a new work for theater designed and produced by the internationally renowned artist and choreographer Doug Fitch, will premiere at UB Nov. 13-15.

National tribute
10/30/14

The UB Police Department is one of 15 police agencies in the country chosen for a video tribute by the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

Giving animals a voice
10/30/14

Jennifer Berryman's experience of rescuing a dog was the beginning of a lasting bond with the SPCA Serving Erie County.

UB creates Ebola advisory panel
10/30/14

UB has formed an Ebola Advisory Committee to monitor the global health crisis and prepare the university to respond, as needed, to new developments in the spread of the virus and the directives of federal, state and county health officials.

First reading of gen ed
10/30/14

The Faculty Senate will have its first formal reading of the proposal for a revised general education curriculum at its meeting on Nov. 4.

Sustainability focus of IEW
10/30/14

UB’s annual celebration of International Education Week Nov. 10-14 will focus this year on the topic of sustainability, with the keynote speakers and other events bringing a global context to the subject.

News Briefs

10/30/14
One of the 11 finalists in the 43North business competition can trace its roots to UB.
10/30/14
John Oliver, political satirist and host of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight,” will speak at UB Nov. 18 as part of the university’s Distinguished Speakers Series.
10/30/14
The Department of Theatre & Dance will present “Almost Maine” Nov. 8 and Nov. 9 in the Katharine Cornell Theatre, 102 Fillmore Quad, Ellicott Complex, North Campus.
10/23/14
In light of the continued spread of Ebola in western Africa, as well as recent events in Dallas, members of the UB community are reminded that the university is continuing to monitor the Ebola situation carefully and is taking proactive measures to ensure their safety.
10/23/14
Members of the UB community can learn the basic steps of being prepared in the event of a disaster or other emergency at a Citizens Preparedness Program being held Nov. 10 at UB.
10/23/14
Internationally known opera director and author Johanna Dombois will provide an overview of her body of work and her general approach to new media and technologies in opera in an appearance in Buffalo next week.
10/23/14
Budget-conscious music lovers at UB can find much to keep them busy in November.
10/16/14
As national leaders grapple with health care reform, an increasing number physicians and health care administrators are looking to strengthen their business skills to improve the patient experience and the value of care delivered in their organizations.