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Past Campus News

8/21/14

The new food station, which will open Saturday, August 23, will serve students as many quesadillas and fajitas as their meal plans will allow.

A lesson in sustainability
8/18/14

Children from the UB Child Care Center learned about the importance of water to everyday life as part of an annual summer program presented by the Office of Sustainability.

Our energy future
8/18/14

National Grid CEO Steve Holliday told a UB audience that the progressive approach to energy use at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus is a model for the future.

Moving to new Internet Protocol
8/14/14

UB has begun the process of transitioning to IPv6, the new Internet Protocol that will accommodate the growing need for space on the global online network.

Workshop addresses bioterrorism response
8/14/14

UB last week hosted a workshop to foster collaboration among police, county health officials and academic public health experts who would respond in the event of a bioterrorism incident in Western New York.

Diprose named visiting professor
8/14/14

Internationally known feminist philosopher Rosalyn Diprose has been named the inaugural WBFO-Eileen Silvers Visiting Professor in the Arts and Humanities.

UB launches double LLM program
8/14/14

Continuing to develop its presence in global legal education, the UB Law School has announced a new program for international students who want to earn two master of laws degrees — one in Buffalo and one in Lyon, France — in one year.

Serving the community
8/14/14

First-year medical students volunteered at sites throughout Western New York during UB’s inaugural Medical Student Day of Service.

RENEW finalist to visit
8/7/14

The search for the inaugural director of UB RENEW has moved into the home stretch as the finalists for the position begin to make public visits to campus to meet with UB stakeholders.

Encouraging interest in STEM
8/7/14

The high school students who attended this week's National Grid/UB engineering camp learned that the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields are connected to bettering human lives.