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NFL likely to act soon in domestic violence case
9/4/14

The NFL’s new “test case” for pro football players accused of domestic violence could lead to increased scrutiny and more education about the issue outside of professional sports, according to UB faculty member Christopher Moellering.

Smokers can't refuse QUIT offer
9/4/14

UB's QUIT program is offering a discount for those smokers who sign up for its September or October smoking cessation groups.

20 years of poetry
9/4/14

UB’s Electronic Poetry Center is celebrating its 20th anniversary next week with a two-day extravaganza of talks and performances at UB and the Burchfield Penney Art Center.

Seeking feedback on gen ed
9/4/14

Members of the UB community will have the opportunity to weigh in on a proposal for a restructured general education curriculum during open forums being held this month.

On with the show
8/28/14

The Center for the Arts will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a 2014-15 performance schedule offering a variety of programming ranging from music and dance to comedy and unique cultural events.

Food truck movement arrives at UB
8/28/14

Big Blue, UB's first food truck, will be open for business at Saturday's football game against Duquesne.

Taking the plunge
8/28/14

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge was a personal one for UB DPT students.

Expanding opportunities
8/28/14

UB is broadening its focus on experiential learning, a concept in which students take part in hands-on, real-world experiences that bolster their time in the classroom.

Reflections on a career
8/28/14

In the inaugural program of UB's Center for Medical Humanities, clinical faculty member Jack Coyne recapped his eclectic, five-decade career and advised medical students to develop good relationships with their patients.

8/21/14

UB doctoral student Denise Grandits has received national recognition for her work integrating new media and literacies into her seventh- and eighth-grade literature class at St. Amelia.