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Richmond Ballet perform "Rite of Spring"

Third-graders learn about engineering and the engineering-design process during an after-school club sponsored by UB.

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‘Mobile learning’

In its final session, the Digital Challenges series will explore how smartphones and tablets can enhance student learning.

Kaczmarek finalist Truman Scholarship

UB junior Sean Kaczmarek has been named a finalist for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Student Scholarship.

Med students staying in NYS for residencies

Seventy percent of this year's medical school class will stay in New York State to do their residency training — nearly a quarter of them in Buffalo.

Mockup passes with flying colors

A mockup of UB's new medical school building passed rigorous ‘worst-case scenario’ wind and rain tests with flying colors.

Wi-Fi Boost

UB plans to improve Wi-Fi reception on its three campuses as part of a new UBIT initiative.

Learning to think, talk and act like an engineer

Third-graders learn about engineering and the engineering-design process during an after-school club sponsored by UB.

Still working for UB

It seems the late William H. Baumer, longtime philosophy professor, is still working — and solving problems — for UB, thanks to a gift from his family to the Department of Philosophy.

Just the beginning

There was a strong feeling of accomplishment at Monday's rally celebrating UB's historic basketball seasons, but also a sense that this was just the beginning of more success for the men's and women's programs.

Click it or ticket

UB Police will once again mark the spring season by stepping up attention to seat belt compliance on campus, patrolling campus roadways and setting up checkpoints during peak traffic times.

Celebrating historic seasons

UB will hold a rally to recognize the men’s and women’s basketball teams for their exceptional 2014-15 seasons.

News Briefs

Rioult Dance NY, the modern dance company that showcases the works of former Martha Graham principal dancer Pascal Rioult, will be in residence at UB April 6-11.
The School of Dental Medicine last week unveiled a new Rural Dentistry Pilot Program to expand the school’s mobile school-based dental services into Alleghany and Cattaraugus counties.
This year’s Spring Seminar Series at UB’s Research Institute on Addictions will focus on the topics of smoking and alcohol.
Laura Perna, a nationally recognized authority on higher education achievement, will speak at the Graduate School of Education (GSE) Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
“Preparation Meets Opportunity: A Woman’s Pathway to Success,” is the title of a Women’s History Month conference to be presented by UB’s Educational Opportunity Center.
“I’ll drop the snack if you drop and give me 20.” Some UB students got more than they bargained for recently when they received this command from a campus vending machine as they attempted to purchase a snack.
Clarinetist Raphaël Sévère, a prize winner in five international competitions when he was only 12 years old, will perform with pianist Paul Montag in a recital on March 24 at UB.
Richard J. Karalus, a microbiologist with extensive experience managing scientific laboratories, has been named director of research compliance.