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Another perspective on campaign

At the kickoff luncheon for the 2014 Employees Campaign for the Community, "budget guy" Sean Sullivan shared a very personal story that explains why he's well-suited to his role as campaign chair.

Start your donations

The 2014 UB Employees Campaign for the Community has launced with a goal of raising $865,000 to benefit the Western New York community.

Compensation czar to speak

The attorney who oversaw the administration of compensation funds established on behalf of the victims of the 9/11 World Trade Center attack and other high-profile mass disasters and mass torts will deliver UB's Gerald S. Lippes Lecture.

The lowdown on gen ed

Most of the seats in 105 Harriman were taken Tuesday afternoon when Andrew Stott, dean of undergraduate education, opened the first of two open forums to collect feedback on a proposal for a restructured general education curriculum.

Celebrating excellence

UB faculty and staff will be honored for exceptional achievements during 2014 at the annual Celebration of Faculty and Staff Academic Excellence on Oct. 8.

A summer abroad

The flight is long, the food is unfamiliar, the language can be tricky. But for four UB Law students who spent the summer working abroad, the experience of an international legal internship will stay with them forever.


An exhibition exploring the arrival of language in the visual arts in post-war America and the simultaneous emergence of concrete poetry will open Sept. 20 in the UB Anderson Gallery.

UB to celebrate Homecoming

UB faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends will don their blue and white to celebrate UB spirit at Homecoming festivities Sept. 26 and 27 on the North Campus.

On the water

It's been the backdrop for photos and fireworks for 40 years, but now Lake LaSalle is a spot for canoes and kayaks, thanks to the recent opening of a boat launch on the familiar North Campus lake.

Nurturing careers in life sciences

UB has received a $1.2 million National Institutes of Health grant to help prepare Western New York high school students for careers in genetics and genomics.