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Richmond Ballet perform "Rite of Spring"
3/26/15

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

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Budget update
3/30/15

Laura Hubbard, vice president for finance and administration, outlined the current SUNY budget picture at last week's meeting of the Professional Staff Senate.

Making a difference
3/27/15

Social-change entrepreneur Veronika Scott will share her insights with the UB community as the undergraduate Academies' 2015 Civic Engagement Keynote Speaker.

‘Mobile learning’
3/27/15

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

Kaczmarek finalist Truman Scholarship
3/26/15

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

Med students staying in NYS for residencies
3/26/15

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
3/26/15

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

Wi-Fi Boost
3/26/15

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
3/26/15

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

Still working for UB
3/26/15

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
3/24/15

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.

News Briefs

3/26/15
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.
3/26/15
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.
3/23/15
This year’s Spring Seminar Series at UB’s Research Institute on Addictions will focus on the topics of smoking and alcohol.
3/23/15
Laura Perna, a nationally recognized authority on higher education achievement, will speak at the Graduate School of Education (GSE) Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
3/19/15
“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.
3/19/15
“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.
3/12/15
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.
3/9/15
Richard J. Karalus, a microbiologist with extensive experience managing scientific laboratories, has been named director of research compliance.