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Past News Briefs

5/8/14
The 24th annual REV-UP Recognition Ceremony and Reception will be held at 2 p.m. May 13 in 102 Goodyear Hall, South Campus, in conjunction with the May meeting of the Emeritus Center.
5/1/14
President Satish K. Tripathi will deliver his annual address to the voting faculty at 3 p.m. May 6 in the Center for Tomorrow, North Campus.
5/1/14
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Carl Dennis has won acclaim for “wise, original and often deeply moving” poems that “ease the reader out of accustomed modes of seeing and perceiving” (The New York Times).
5/1/14
Entire works of art are created today out of sound alone, producing a full and satisfying sense of place and endeavor without the benefit of photograph, film, paintings, music or video — although some works incorporate one or more of the latter media as well.
4/24/14
The Department of Theatre & Dance will present Zodiaque Dance Ensemble May 2-4 in the Black Box Theatre in the Center for the Arts, North Campus.
4/24/14
Two business ideas for smartphone apps took first place and a prize of $1,000 each in UB’s second annual Elevator Pitch Competition.
4/24/14
The final lecture in the Research Institute on Addictions Spring Lecture Series will take place on May 2 and feature a talk by one of the first researchers to investigate the effects of cocaine exposure on child development.
4/24/14
Over the next three weeks, Provost Charles F. Zukoski is meeting with deans, faculty and staff from each of the individual schools to discuss the next steps in the UB 2020 strategic plan and answer questions about implementation. 
4/24/14
“Long Term Care: The Elephant in the Room for Retirement and Legacy Planning” is the topic of a free talk on May 7 at UB.
4/18/14
Alessandra Renzi is a media artist who explores how governments and corporations use social media to surveil and police citizens for reasons often unknown to the citizens themselves. For Renzi, exposure of such surveillance is more than an academic exercise: It aims to promote political participation.