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Club at UB Stadium named in honor of Gicewicz
8/27/15

New club seating in UB Stadium will be named the Edmond J. Gicewicz Club in recognition of Gicewicz’s more than six decades of commitment and loyalty to the university.  

Moss to lead diversity efforts
8/27/15

Margaret Moss has been named the School of Nursing's first assistant dean of diversity and inclusion.

New office builds momentum
8/27/15

As the UB Law School expands its global presence, a new Office of International and Graduate Programs will build on that growth.

A little love at lunch
8/27/15

Staff from Campus Dining and Shops offer parents some tips on packing a healthy and memorable school lunch for their children.

Welcome home
8/27/15

UB students — newbies as well as grizzled veterans — descend on campus this weekend for the start of the 2015-16 academic year and the university has planned a variety of events and activities to welcome them to their home away from home.

8/21/15
The School of Nursing and the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences have joined forces to form a pilot interprofessional clinic that will offer early influenza shots to the incoming PharmD Class of 2019 — a group of nearly 140 students.
8/20/15
Members of the UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Class of 2019 received their white coats during a ceremony Aug. 14 in the Center for the Arts Mainstage Theatre.
Increasing graduation rates
8/20/15

UB is among five public research universities selected as finalists for a national award recognizing universities for their innovative strategies to increase undergraduate student retention and graduation rates.

8/20/15

About 160 members of the UB community fanned out across the Buffalo area to volunteer in the 20th annual United Way Day of Caring, the largest community service event in Western New York.

Courtney in Russia
8/13/15

Life in the formerly closed Russian military city of Saratov was challenging — but fun and certainly memorable — for UB Fulbright scholar Courtney Burroughs.