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Updated April 14, 2016

Although UB’s Relay For Life event is over for this year, UB faculty and staff can still raise money to fight cancer while enjoying some delicious wings and cold beer.
National Bike to Work Day is Friday, May 20, and UB Parking and Transportation Services is encouraging members of the UB community to take part in the event.
The Professional Staff Senate is sponsoring a free clothing and electronics recycling event April 28-29 at the Center for Tomorrow.
For UB researchers hoping to provide medication to their study participants during clinical trials, sorting through the myriad of regulations can be a headache.
The annual UB Run for Smiles returns for its fifth year, drawing more than 700 runners to the only race held on the South Campus and raising awareness about affordable health care services offered through the UB School of Dental Medicine.
In honor of Earth Week, members of the UB community can pick up free, nutrient-rich soil amendment from Campus Dining & Shops for use in their own flower and vegetable gardens or as a compost supplement.
An MSNBC town hall with Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz will be held at 11 a.m. April 14 in the Katharine Cornell Theatre in the Ellicott Complex, North Campus.
A free webinar designed to help faculty and staff support students who identify across the range of sexual and gender identities present on college campuses today will take place from 2-3:30 p.m. April 13 in C134-135 Greiner Hall, North Campus.
The UB community can get the lowdown on the 2016 UB Bulls football season at a Bulls BBQ Bash being held on April 22.
Parking & Transportation Services has instituted some changes in parking and transportation services on Monday to accommodate appearances on the North Campus that day by Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and journalist Sarah Koenig.