UB’s Educational Opportunity Center has signed the City of
Buffalo Opportunity Pledge, an initiative that encourages
businesses, organizations and residents to commit to building a
culture of inclusion and equity in Buffalo.
For the 13th year in a row, UB is ranked among the top 20 U.S.
institutions hosting international students.
Veterans’ unique medical needs and ways that health care
providers can better serve them is the focus of a Joining Forces
Scientists and artists will talk about how improvisation
influences their work — or not — at the next Science
& Art Cabaret.
The UB Anderson Gallery will celebrate the generous
contributions of David K. Anderson to the arts at UB with an
exhibition of artwork donated by Anderson to the university.
Nursing faculty member Linda Paine Hughes says giving to Mercy
Flight Western New York is the most important donation she can make
to UB's Campaign for the Community.
Civil rights activist Shirley Sherrod shared her powerful
message of hope and resiliency as part of a food justice event
organized by the Food Lab in UB’s School of Architecture and
UB’s Cravens World Collection provided the catalyst for
artwork in a new exhibition opening in the UB Art Gallery in the
Center for the Arts.
If you’re still searching for your fix of witches,
werewolves and other ghouls after Halloween, you may be able to
find it, oddly enough, at the UB Libraries.
A $4 million gift from the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation will
allow UB Sports Medicine continue its groundbreaking work treating
patients and training physicians.