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Richmond Ballet perform "Rite of Spring"
2/26/15

UB's Leadership Initiative for Tomorrow’s Schools program trains school administrators and encourages them to return to their home districts to put their new skills to use.

Featured Stories

Nursing achievements
2/26/15

School of Nursing Dean Marsha Lewis recently reviewed the school’s accomplishments during her annual State of the Nursing School address.

Increasing representation
2/26/15

UB is hosting Elect Her, a day-long program that encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office.

Making an impact through LIFTS
2/26/15

UB's Leadership Initiative for Tomorrow’s Schools program trains school administrators and encourages them to return to their home districts to put their new skills to use.

Continuing the conversation
2/26/15

A panel of UB and community leaders discussed underlying issues that go beyond last summer's events in Ferguson, Missouri, during a program yesterday at UB.

UB ranked among best publics
2/23/15

In a new survey, The Business Journals has rated UB among the 50 best public colleges and universities in the nation.

Construction begins on solar house
2/19/15

Imagine a house that's a power plant and vegetable farm, all rolled into one self-sustaining structure. UB students and faculty are making this dream a reality as they start construction on the GRoW Home.

Easing the path to UB Law
2/19/15

High-performing UB undergraduates will have a simpler route to beginning their legal education, thanks to two new initiatives of the UB Law School.

Shelter from the storm
2/19/15

Students from Red Jacket Quad were offered temporary shelter in Alumni Arena after a frozen sprinkler head led to a power outage — and loss of heat — in the residence hall.

WNY renaissance for all?
2/19/15

Dozens of regional partners will meet to discuss how to make Erie County a great place to live for people of all ages.

Culture and Control of Women
2/19/15

UB conference to examine human rights issues affecting women.

News Briefs

2/26/15
The Department of Theatre and Dance will present “Savage in Limbo,” John Patrick Shanley’s play about the search for purpose in an often-purposeless world, March 4-8 in the Center for the Arts.                                                  
2/26/15
UB has proposed a 5.98 percent increase in the Comprehensive Fee for 2015-16 in order “to continue to offer programs and services that our UB students need and expect in the current state, SUNY and UB budget climate.”
2/26/15
Free massages, prizes, healthy snacks and plenty of information will be available at the Gateway to Health Community Health Fair taking place on March 7 on the Downtown Campus.
2/26/15
A memorial service for Kerry Grant will be held at 4 p.m. March 5 in the Drama Theatre in the Center for the Arts, North Campus.
2/23/15
Twenty-five years ago, faculty in the School of Dental Medicine learned that parents were brushing their children’s teeth with Comet, a cleaning powder more suited for a bathroom sink.
2/23/15
UB will host a program, “What Ferguson Can Teach Us: Working Together for Justice and Community Safety,” at 12:15 p.m. Feb. 25 in 145a Student Union, North Campus.
2/20/15
UB dental student researchers will swap their sickle probes for laser pointers during the School of Dental Medicine’s 2015 Student Research Day on Feb. 26.
2/19/15
The UB Humanities Institute will host Humanities Night on March 7 at Torn Space Theater with a performance of Eugene O’Neill’s “The Hairy Ape,” whose resounding theme is the tragic effect of industrialization and technological change on the worker.