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SEAS makes organizational changes

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has made a number of new administrative appointments for the upcoming academic year.

Marking 10 years at SIM

A UB delegation traveled to Singapore to take part in the annual commencement for UB’s degree programs offered at the Singapore Institute of Management.

Law grads doing well in job market

Employment figures for the UB Law School Class of 2013 show an employment rate on par with and exceeding the national average in one of the toughest job markets for new law school graduates.

Federal grant to fund training

The School of Nursing has received nearly $700,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to provide financial assistance to students in advanced nursing programs leading to a doctor of nursing practice degree.

Q&A with Karl Fiebelkorn

Longtime pharmacy administrator and faculty member talks about the profession and his time at UB.

Exhibit honors Baird

A new exhibition presented by the Music Library focuses on music department founder Cameron Baird's hiring of gifted composers Paul Hindemith and Aaron Copland.

Running the family business

Dozens of local entrepreneurs and professionals are now better prepared to tackle the unique challenges of running a family business after completing a new course offered by UB's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.

UB releases speakers series details

UB officials have announced they paid $275,000, directed to the Clinton Foundation, for former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s speaking engagement as part of the 2013-2014 Distinguished Speakers Series.

Prominent Visitors

A new exhibit by the UB Libraries looks at some of the most influential people to visit the university and the city of Buffalo during the past 50 years.

Building on scholarship success

Elizabeth Colucci will focus her efforts on helping students apply for nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships in her new role in the Office of Undergraduate Education.