That’s the message the UB community will see this month as
a part of the first TAG Day — Thank and Give Day
Before Kwasi Adusei applied for the J. Scott Fleming
Scholarship, he knew exactly how he would use the award: donate it
to the Buffalo Humane Society.
Environmental activist and "Story of Stuff" creator Annie
Leonard will speak at UB next month and meet with students from the
“Impure Abstraction,” a survey of the work of
Buffalo-based painter Rodney Taylor, will be on display in the UB
Civil rights and peace activist Diane Nash will speak at the
38th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration event.
The Fluxus art movement inspires a new exhibition,“Yoko
Ono Fan Club,” opening next week in the Visual Studies
Gallery in the Center for the Arts.
Kim Javor, an instructor in the Department of Mathematics is one
of the inaugural recipients of the Chancellor’s Award for
Excellence in Adjunct Teaching.
The Poetry Collection has received a $150,600 grant from the
Council on Library and Information Resources to create online
records for the editorial archives of 11 obscure, yet influential,
post-World War II literary magazines.
Funded by a UB “E Fund” grant, the schools of Social
Work and Nursing are bringing more comprehensive care and access to
services to veterans and their families.
UB has been named to Kiplinger’s 2014 list of the 10 best
public colleges whose students have the lowest debt at