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Kapoor Hall
7/23/15

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

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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.

Facelift for the CFA
7/23/15

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.

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.

Ready for football and concerts?
7/16/15

The Tailgate Concert Series at UB home football games is back this fall with a lineup of performers that includes ‘70s favorites KC and the Sunshine Band and up-and-coming country singer Eric Paslay.

Different approach
7/13/15

When the robots parade this Friday at the conclusion of the 2015 ARTY (Art, Robotics and Technology for Youth) Summer Workshop, you’re likely to see a kinder, gentler approach to the usual hulking, fire-breathing bots.

Rajan to lead Department of Materials Design and Innovation
7/13/15

Krishna Rajan, an internationally recognized expert on materials informatics, has been named the Erich Bloch Endowed Chair of UB’s new Department of Materials Design and Innovation.

Lucky ducks
7/9/15

A quacking mother duck teams up with UB staff to rescue her six ducklings that fell into a storm drain.

News Briefs

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.
7/2/15
UB’s Civic Engagement and Public Policy research initiative is co-sponsoring a community forum on July 9 aimed at creating cross-sector, interdisciplinary approaches to problems in education, health and equity.
6/25/15
Tens of thousands of spectators will flock to the North Campus on July 4 to watch a spectacular fireworks display over Lake LaSalle and celebrate Independence Day.