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GRoW House sees the sun
7/30/15

In a spectacular move-out event, a solar home a UB team is building was wheeled out of a Tonawanda warehouse and into the sun.

Featured Stories

7/30/15

Iconic, colorful Adirondack chairs are becoming part of the UB landscape through a plan to enhance the student experience on all three campuses.

Moving images
7/30/15

A pilot project to digitize deteriorating film stored in the UB Archives has produced some historic scenes of campus life from the 1930s and '60s.

New milestone for UB medical school construction
7/30/15

A 250-foot-high tower crane is flying the UB flag at the site of the university's future medical school building, which is under construction in downtown Buffalo.

7/27/15

Academy Award-winner Kevin Spacey, singer/songwriter John Legend and cancer physician Siddhartha Mukherjee will headline UB's 2015-16 Distinguished Speakers Series.

Facelift for the CFA
7/24/15

The hub for the arts at UB is in the midst of a massive renovation project that will take the building back to its original look of 20 years ago.

Seeking accreditation
7/23/15

The UB community is invited to offer feedback as the UB Police Department seeks accreditation by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators.

Science under the sky and stars
7/23/15

Science is a new emphasis of the Cradle Beach summer camp, thanks to the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership program.

International initiative
7/16/15

UB and SUNY are working with Jamaican partners to create a new regional center for infectious disease research in the Caribbean country.

tweeting for free
7/16/15

Buffalo Connect — the new outdoor, public Wi-Fi network running along Main Street in downtown Buffalo — is now up and running, thanks to a partnership between UB, M&T Bank and the city of Buffalo.

Cybersecurity with a twist
7/16/15

Mime artists and Raspberry Pi computers helped children attending UB's GenCyber Camp last week learn about such computer security concepts as phishing and firewalls.

News Briefs

7/30/15
The officers of the Professional Staff Senate (PSS) and the Faculty Senate — the Office of University Governance — have teamed up to participate in the 23rd annual United Way Day of Caring on Aug. 19.
7/30/15
As of August 3rd, UBMD Internal Medicine, part of UBMD, the practice plan of the UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and the area’s largest physicians group, is moving its largest private practice office from the former Dent Tower on Sheridan to 1020 Youngs Road, Suite 110.
7/23/15
Marc Kiviniemi has been named director of undergraduate public health initiatives for the School of Public Health and Health Professions.
7/22/15
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has directed that flags on state government buildings — including those at UB — be flown at half-staff beginning today in honor of the victims of last week’s shooting at the Navy Operational Support Center in Chattanooga.
7/16/15
UB Women in STEM, a group on campus dedicated to advancing women in STEM fields, has launched a Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series aimed at exploring gender differences in STEM careers.
7/16/15
A UB Law professor who has devoted her professional life to promoting child welfare has been chosen to head the nation’s oldest public-interest law firm for children.
7/9/15
UB faculty member Gil Wolfe started riding a bicycle to raise money for multiple sclerosis about 15 years ago while on the faculty of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
7/9/15
Take in Buffalo Bills summer training camp while meeting UB head football coach Lance Leipold during a party sponsored by the UB Alumni Association.