We are passionate about using our talents to develop a wide
range of products that build UB’s reputation as a leading
public research university and a great place to work, live and
learn. Our products include the following...
A university-wide initiative led by University Communications, the Digital Communications Transformation (DCT) is backed by extensive research on Web users and is aimed at helping units better achieve their desired communications results.
UB's News Center connects local, national and international media to the latest research and university news, including photo and video links, and topical posts by UB faculty experts.
Keeping faculty and staff apprised of the latest news and
announcements, the UB Reporter and “This Week @ UB” are
the definitive sources of information.
The official publication of the UB Alumni Association, UB Today features profiles, stories and updates on UB alumni around the world. It is offered as a print magazine and an online publication.
UB's mobile network provides mobile users with convenient access to online information and services, including university libraries and directories, news and announcements, and dining info.
The UB homepage and top-level Web serve as the gateway to the university's online presence and highlight why UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence.
Members of the UB community can expect to receive both during an urgent situation, whether it's an incident on campus, or severe weather that affects university operations.
The Communications Toolbox offers guidance and resources for official UB communications, and is prepared and updated by the Office of University Communications.
The UB Communicators Network comprises more than 80 university-wide communications specialists and aims to share information, increase collaboration and create professional development opportunities.
Our Trademarks and Licensing program maintains the university's legal rights by monitoring and controlling the use of UB trade names and trademarks.
Our photo database features images of the university's three campuses, along with pictures of campus life and portraits of faculty, staff and students taken by the award-winning photographers of University Communications.
We're working with communicators across UB to share ideas and
best practices for effectively using and managing social media such
as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.