Reaching Others University at Buffalo - The State University of New York
Skip to Content
UB Reporter

Campus News

Richmond Ballet perform "Rite of Spring"
9/25/14

Graduate planning students turned a parking place in Diefendorf lot into a mini-park promoting alternative means of transportation as part of Park(ing) Day Buffalo.

Featured Stories

Rare photos uncovered
9/29/14

Rare photos of The Clash's final North American tour are featured in the UB Libraries latest exhibit, Prominent Visitors.

Granfield named vice provost
9/29/14

Sociology professor Robert Granfield has been named to succeed Lucinda Finley as vice provost for faculty affairs.

UB will not purchase McCarley Gardens
9/29/14

UB and the Oak-Michigan Housing Development Corporation have announced they are not moving forward on their deal involving the McCarley Gardens property.

Meridian Arts Ensemble to play Pausa
9/26/14

The internationally renowned Meridian Arts Ensemble, founded by UB faculty member Jon Nelson, will perform the music of UB faculty member David Felder and graduate student Amy Williams in a concert Oct. 4.

Mutua to step down as dean
9/25/14

UB Law School Dean Makau Mutua is stepping down as dean, effective Dec. 19, after a seven-year tenure.

Ensembles, faculty recitals hightlight music concert
9/25/14

Ensemble Signal, the Horszowski Trio and faculty members Jean Kopperud, Tom Kolor and Stephen Manes will perform as part of the Department of Music's October concert schedule.

Examining the challenges of the 'Digital Age'
9/25/14

The first event in UB's new "Digital Challenges" lecture series will address Internet security.

Celebrating UB at Larkinville
9/25/14

Nearly 500 alumni and friends gathered on an idyllic, late-summer evening at Larkin Square to toast UB during its third annual all-alumni reception.

Chinese celebration
9/25/14

The UB Confucius Institute will host a spectacular performance of music, dance and opera in honor of the Chinese Moon Festival and the birthday of Confucius.

UB marks 25 years of Linda Yalem Safety Run
9/25/14

More than 1,200 walkers and runners, and more than 600 volunteers are expected to participate in the 25th edition of the annual 5K race to promote personal safety and remember UB student Linda Yalem.

News Briefs

9/26/14
A panel of faculty and students will examine the relevance of the nonviolence movement in the world today in a session being held from 6:30-9 p.m. Oct. 2 in 112 O’Brian Hall, North Campus.
9/26/14
Julie Johnson, dean of the University of Florida (UF) College of Pharmacy, will deliver the Gerhard Levy Distinguished Lecture at 4 p.m. Oct. 1 in Kapoor Hall, South Campus.
9/25/14
At least 35 UB sporting events will be picked up by the ESPN networks throughout the year, thanks to UB’s participation in the ESPN University Production Initiative.
9/25/14
The timely and controversial subject of the United States’ drone policy in the Middle East will be debated and explored at a public program to be held at 6 p.m. Sept. 25 in 107 O’Brian Hall, North Campus.
9/25/14
William G. Gisel Jr., president and CEO of Rich Products Corp., has been named the 2014 Buffalo Niagara Executive of the Year by the School of Management.
9/23/14
An exhibition of innovative artwork made up of seemingly obsolete art and technology objects will open Sept. 25 with a reception from 5-7 p.m. in the Lower Gallery, 202 Center for the Arts, North Campus.
9/18/14
The Lighthouse Free Medical Clinic, a nonprofit, drop-in clinic that provides free, routine health care and preventive services to uninsured patients on Buffalo’s East Side, doesn’t usually host art openings.
9/18/14
Nearly 30,000 students are attending UB for the fall semester, the largest enrollment in university history.