UB's surgery and pediatric surgery residency programs have been
granted full accreditation, validating changes made to the program
to address culture and resident participation.
One of the nation's more controversial issues will be the
subject of a debate sponsored by the Department of
Mary Frances Berry and Diane Nash were on the front lines of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s, and the veteran activists brought their stories to a UB audience last night.
A new practicum is putting UB law students to work helping civil
litigants who wish to defend themselves navigate the unfamiliar
Law professor Teresa A. Miller will lead UB’s continuing
efforts to build a culture of equity, diversity and inclusiveness
as the university’s first vice provost for equity and
Fifteen student clubs took part in a variety of events designed
to put engineering in the spotlight.
That’s the message the UB community will see this month as
a part of the first TAG Day — Thank and Give Day
Before Kwasi Adusei applied for the J. Scott Fleming
Scholarship, he knew exactly how he would use the award: donate it
to the Buffalo Humane Society.
Environmental activist and "Story of Stuff" creator Annie
Leonard will speak at UB next month and meet with students from the
“Impure Abstraction,” a survey of the work of
Buffalo-based painter Rodney Taylor, will be on display in the UB