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Past Campus News

Building on scholarship success
7/17/14

Elizabeth Colucci will focus her efforts on helping students apply for nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships in her new role in the Office of Undergraduate Education.

Creating a 'memorable' space
7/17/14

The Quick Connect Corridor in Lockwood Library has been transformed into a colorful art installation that engages passersby both artistically and intellectually.

New turf in UB Stadium
7/14/14

The Division of Athletics has announced plans to install a new state-of-the-art playing surface in UB Stadium.

'Big data' focus of Pitman workshop
7/10/14

High school students taking part in the Eric Pitman Annual Summer Workshop in Computational Science have been getting a crash course on how the information age is improving health care and helping Buffalo develop a world-class medical corridor.

Refreshing brand identities
7/10/14

Four UB entities have updated their brand identities to more accurately communicate their collaborative roles in the community and emphasize efforts to spur economic development. 

Five named UB Distinguished Professors
7/10/14

Five faculty members representing the health sciences and engineering have been named UB Distinguished Professors for 2014.

More international recognition
7/10/14

MirrorMirror, the award-winning temporary street tent designed by architecture professors Stephanie Davidson and Georg Rafailidis, has received two AZ Awards representing an international snapshot of top architecture and design.

UB receives Middle States reaccreditation
7/10/14

UB has been reaccredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, an affirmation that the university is well on its way to becoming one of the world’s pre-eminent research institutions.

Cracking codes
7/7/14

An FBI forensic examiner recently provided a UB Law School audience with a fascinating look at a little-known arm of the agency that deciphers coded messages sent by prisoners, criminals and terrorists.

Facebook's 'mood experiment' unethical
7/3/14

Social work dean Nancy Smyth has canceled advertising for her Facebook page after the social media site manipulated ads without following proper protections for its subscribers.