UB Wellfest, the 15th annual health and wellness fair for
faculty and staff, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 5 in
the atrium of the Center for the Arts, North Campus.
Niagara Falls teachers and administrators joined with the
Graduate School of Education to build state-of-the-art STEM
learning spaces and modernize STEM curricula.
The quick actions of UB employees Russell Stith and Dave Burgett
saved the life of a young child.
A recent UB Law School forum addressed the legal, moral and
political implications of using drones in the Middle East.
UB staff member Carol Adler was not alone when she took over the
care of her mother, an Alzheimer's patient. The Alzheimer’s
Association of Western New York was her partner.
Municipalities wanting to keep themselves free of “puppy
mills” have a faithful companion in the Law School’s
Animal Law Pro Bono Project.
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.
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.
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.
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,