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Kapoor Hall
5/21/15

Although it features a lineup of 16 concerts and recitals by some of the most celebrated performers in new music today, UB's June in Buffalo is much more than a traditional music festival.

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Two majors, one minor, no problem
5/21/15

UB students who graduate with more than one major offer potential employers versatility and creativity.

Putting theory into practice
5/21/15

UB engineering students are designing and building technology to address and rectify real-life space-exploration problems.

More than a music festival
5/21/15

Although it features a lineup of 16 concerts and recitals by some of the most celebrated performers in new music today, UB's June in Buffalo is much more than a traditional music festival.

International educator
5/21/15

UB faculty member and administrator John T. Ho has been honored with the 2015 Award for Outstanding Contributions to International Education at UB.

Ambitious plans for Advocacy Institute
5/18/15

The UB Law School is working to develop, enhance and expand the institute, which helps students and legal practitioners develop essential skills in litigation and advocacy.

Meet Anna Porter
5/18/15

The anthropology major is the second student from UB in two years to win a prestigious scholarship to the Fulbright Summer Institute in the United Kingdom.

Canty named SUNY Distinguished Professor
5/14/15

UB physician-scientist John M. Canty Jr. has been named a SUNY Distinguished Professor, the highest faculty rank in the SUNY system.

Honoring ‘greatest legacy’
5/14/15

Two graduates of UB's Educational Opportunity Center will be recognized at EOC's commencement ceremony on May 20.

Connecting with colleagues
5/14/15

The Professional Staff Senate's Mentoring Program is being revamped to better serve mentors and protégés.

Schneiderman to speak at UB Law commencement
5/14/15

UB Law School graduates will receive 201 JD degrees and eight LLM degrees when the only law school in the SUNY system hosts the state’s top law enforcer at its commencement ceremony on May 23.

News Briefs

5/21/15
The UB Child Care Center (UBCCC) will hold its third annual Friends & Family 5K Fun Walk June 6 on the North Campus.
5/21/15
Lorenzo Leggio, a section chief with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will discuss neuropharmacological treatments for alcoholism in the final seminar in the Research Institute on Addictions’ (RIA) Spring Seminar Series.
5/14/15
The caps and gowns students don for commencement this weekend will be UB blue, but they’ll also be green — not in color, but in their contribution to sustainability.
5/14/15
Alan J. Lesse, associate professor in the Department of Medicine, has been appointed senior associate dean for medical curriculum in the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
5/7/15
Music in Buffalo’s Historic Places, an innovative concert series held in unique venues around the city, will present violinist and UB faculty member Yuki Numata Resnick in a free concert in the Common Council Chamber in Buffalo City Hall.
5/7/15
Three UB coaches are hitting the road as part of the inaugural Coaches Caravan, a forum to give fans in Western New York and elsewhere in the state the opportunity to interact with the coaches and learn about their favorite UB teams.
5/7/15
WNY Independent Living Inc., in conjunction with UB’s Center on Knowledge Translation for Technology Transfer (KT4TT), is conducting a focus group on a new brace monitoring system for adolescents with idiopathic scoliosis.
5/7/15
UB and Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) have been granted accreditation by the Commission on Dental Accreditation for a new general-practice dental-residency program. Students in the one-year program will rotate between the UB School of Dental Medicine and RPCI Dental Services.