The UB community is invited to offer feedback as the UB Police
Department seeks accreditation by the International Association of
Campus Law Enforcement Administrators.
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 is a new emphasis of the Cradle Beach summer camp,
thanks to the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership
UB and SUNY are working with Jamaican partners to create a new
regional center for infectious disease research in the Caribbean
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
A quacking mother duck teams up with UB staff to rescue her six
ducklings that fell into a storm drain.