Robert Ballard, famous for discovering the Titanic, shared tales
of ocean explorations at UB's latest Distinguished Speakers Series
As email phishing scams become more personalized, UB’s
information security officer offers tips on how to avoid getting
UB students, faculty and administrators will gather April 16 to
recognize student research and creative achievements at the 11th
annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence.
Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act is bringing
much needed attention to an entire class of laws, says Michael
Boucai, UB associate professor of law.
The Department of Music is one of several local cultural
institutions presenting a six-day festival exploring the work of
Charles Ives, considered by many to be America’s first great
The School of Public Health and Health Professions will
recognize National Public Health Week April 3-12 with a series of
events that highlight and celebrate public health efforts locally
Laura Hubbard, vice president for finance and administration,
outlined the current SUNY budget picture at last week's meeting of
the Professional Staff Senate.
UB junior Sean Kaczmarek has been named a finalist for the
prestigious Harry S. Truman Student Scholarship.
Seventy percent of this year's medical school class will stay in
New York State to do their residency training — nearly a
quarter of them in Buffalo.
A mockup of UB's new medical school building passed rigorous
‘worst-case scenario’ wind and rain tests with flying