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Showcasing UB collections
4/14/14

The UB Anderson Gallery is opening three exhibitions next week featuring work from the university’s collections.

Eat like a Roman
4/10/14

UB students were transported back to Ancient Roman at a themed dinner inspired by a course offered through UB's Discovery Seminar Program.

‘Slow-jamming’ for Earth Week
4/10/14

On Earth Day, UB students, faculty and staff will recreate Jimmy Fallon’s popular late-night television segment, but instead of politics, the topic will be the university’s latest effort to make UB more eco-friendly.

Rwanda massacre memorial
4/10/14

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda and honor the memory of human rights activist Alison L. Des Forges, UB will present a symposium and special dinner on April 24.

Addressing refugees' health needs
4/10/14

UB is sponsoring the first Refugee Health Summit to bring all interested parties together to help improve and develop health care services for refugees in Western New York.

Award winners
4/10/14

Two projects by UB architects have landed prizes through the Architizer A+ Awards program, a competitive annual contest that draws entries from around the world.

On the Slee stage
4/3/14

Music lovers at UB will have a chance to attend concerts this month featuring such notable artists as the Slee Sinfonietta, flautist Carol Wincenc and organists from the Eastman School of Music.

Bringing primary care to those with mental illness
4/3/14

An interprofessional team from UB is bringing primary health care directly to individuals with serious mental illness in the same facility where they receive psychiatric care.

Dealing with diabetes
4/3/14

D-Link, a support group for Type 1 diabetic teens founded by students in the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, helps adolescents and young adults deal with the chronic disease.

Historic preservation focus of new UB programs
4/3/14

The School of Architecture and Planning's new master’s degree and certificate programs in historic preservation will leverage Buffalo’s unique architecture and planning history to teach students about preservation.