Six Muslim students told a UB audience that education is the key
to overcoming anti-Muslim rhetoric.
UB's first Truman recipient hears the news at a surprise meeting
with President Satish Tripathi.
The final total is in and the 2015 Employees Campaign for the
Community exceeded its goal by nearly $20,000.
Sociologist Nancy Foner will discuss why tensions about
immigrants are different in the U.S. and Europe during a talk at
Sean Graney, the WBFO Eileen Silvers Visiting Professor, is
premiering his adaptation of Wagner's "Ring" cycle next week at
Loretta Ford, who is credited with co-founding the first nurse
practitioner education program, will speak next week at UB.
A UB Law School panel delves into the issue of why presidential
candidates make campaign promises they can't keep.
Nearly two-dozen events are taking place to advance
sustainability every day — both on and off campus.
The UB Libraries will hold a Shakespeare Read-A-Thon to
celebrate the life of The Bard on the 400th anniversary of his
Back-to-back events featuring major presidential candidates
bring the excitement of the 2016 primary season to campus.