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Fostering mentoring relationships
11/13/14

UB's new Career Community links the resources of Career Services and Alumni Engagement to offer students guidance in their careers and other life events.

UB adjusts capital plan
11/13/14

In response to a state cap on spending, UB has adjusted its five-year capital plan to a year-to-year, multi-phase approach to achieving its master plan aspirations.

UB students join ‘It’s On Us’
11/10/14

UB student leaders have organized events and pledge signings to raise awareness about sexual assault prevention, joining the White House’s “It’s On Us” campaign taking place on college campuses nationwide.

UB Law launches veterans clinic
11/7/14

The UB Law School is launching a Veterans’ Economic Security Clinic to help veterans facing such challenges as homelessness, lack of financial stability and access to basic necessities.

Investing in our children
11/6/14

Giving to the UB Child Care Center is an investment in the future of the community.

Alexander to visit UB
11/6/14

Cultural sociologist Jeffrey Alexander will give two public talks at UB this month as part of his residency as the university's Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar.

UB volunteers ‘ReTree the District’
11/6/14

Volunteers from UB and the community braved rain and even a little snow last weekend to plant trees in the neighborhoods near the South Campus as part of the “ReTree the District” initiative.

Stories of German unification
11/6/14

German filmmaker Andreas Voigt, whose films have explored some of the most dramatic times in German and European history — including the fall of the Berlin Wall and German unification — will visit UB next week.

Gen ed proposal moving forward
11/6/14

Plans to revise UB’s general education curriculum continue to progress as the Faculty Senate further discussed the program at its monthly meeting.

UB courses part of Open SUNY+
11/6/14

Open SUNY+, the initiative that adds 56 degree and certificate programs to SUNY's online offerings, includes courses from UB's Graduate School of Education, School of Social Work and School of Nursing.