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State of the University

President Satish K. Tripathi outlined the progress UB has made across the university and the many ways it is transforming both the local and global communities at his annual address.

LPCiminelli awarded contract

The SUNY Construction Fund has awarded LPCiminelli the bid for the second phase of construction for UB’s new medical school building on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.

cybersleuths for a day

The School of Management is partnering with Time Warner Cable on a program to educate kids from the Boys and Girls Club of Buffalo about computer security and career opportunities in the field.

Looking at the law after Ferguson

A recent forum of UB Law School faculty members shone a legal light on the racially charged police shooting that has brought so much heat to bear on the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri.

Campaign incentives

Special parking passes, a Kindle e-reader and Keurig coffee makers are among the prizes being awarded to UB employees who make gifts to the 2014 Employees Campaign for the Community.

Moore urges students to see their potential

Wes Moore gave a UB audience a primer on potential versus opportunity during his Distinguished Speakers Series talk.

Cropp joins UB Council

Michael W. Cropp, president and CEO of Independent Health, has been appointed to the UB Council by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.

FSEC votes down Department of Jewish Thought

UB’s Institute of Jewish Thought and Heritage will remain an institute after the Faculty Senate Executive Committee struck down a proposal to create a Department of Jewish Thought within the College of Arts and Sciences.

'Supermensch' returns to UB

UB alumnus Shep Gordon returns to campus for a screening of the
“shagadelic roc doc” about his life as a Hollywood insider and well-loved manager, agent and producer.

Understanding the human microbiome

David Relman, internationally known for his research on the human microbiome, will deliver the keynote address at the second program in UB's "Critical Conversations" series.