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Social media for the social good
9/11/14

Nationally recognized experts will show local nonprofit leaders — and UB faculty, staff and students — how to effectively use social media to advance their organizations and achieve social change at a conference and free seminar later this month.

A walk on the 'Wild' side
9/11/14

Author Cheryl Strayed described her journey along the Pacific Coast Trail and her relationship with her mother during her Distinguished Speakers Series lecture.  

Promoting a 'green' lifestyle
9/11/14

Where can you learn how to be more “green” at work and home, enjoy free samples of sustainable products and even donate items to Goodwill? The answer, of course, is the sixth annual UB Sustainable Living Fair.

Buffalo's 198 String Band
9/11/14

Buffalo’s first Humanities Festival is dedicated to the thousands of migrants who continue to globalize the country, change its face and contribute to the cultural life of Buffalo as they have for 200 years.

White receives contract extension
9/11/14

UB has announced a five-year contract extension for Athletic Director Danny White.

UB breaks into 'top 50' among top public universities
9/8/14

Top-notch academics and the lowest possible debt: That’s the win-win value offered to students by UB, according U.S. News and World Report.   

9/8/14

Venu Govindaraju, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, has been named interim vice president for research and economic development.

Exercise helps trainees better understand poor patients
9/4/14

For one eye-opening afternoon, UB resident physicians and medical students got a small taste of the challenges and frustrations patients living in poverty or on a low income face every day.

Students, families reconnect at Family Weekend
9/4/14

UB students will have the chance to reunite with their families and share their life at UB during Family Weekend.

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.