Alumni and friends met to define what it means to be bold and discuss our university’s bright future.
On Feb. 25, Feb. 26 and Feb. 28, President Satish K. Tripathi, Vice President of University Advancement Rod Grabowski and Boldly Buffalo volunteers hosted alumni and friends in Palm Beach, Naples and Sarasota, respectively, to learn more about the campaign and catch a glimpse of UB's bright future.
Please enjoy these wonderful memories of our time together in Palm Beach.
(left to right) Ann Mack, Diane Ronski, and David Draper, Associate Vice President for Advancement, Principal Gifts
Dean, School of Architecture and Planning
“See it Through Buffalo”
“See It Through Buffalo” documents the complex relationship between a school and its city. The documentary short reveals the urban landscapes and histories of Buffalo and the school's work within them. It was produced by the School of Architecture and Planning in collaboration with Paget Films and debuted internationally at the Time Space Existence exhibition at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Dean and Professor, School of Management
“Inclusive Leadership: Bringing Us Together in a Divisive Age"
An ever-increasing set of complex challenges and our society’s increasing levels of divisiveness call for an urgent new type of leadership. This presentation introduced the concept of inclusive leadership and the novel approaches the School of Management is taking to develop the inclusive leaders of tomorrow.
The campaign volunteer team includes alumni, faculty, staff and friends from throughout the UB community. By sharing their practical experience and diverse expertise, these leaders help ensure that the campaign will succeed.
At the University at Buffalo, being bold means discovering better medicines, inventing faster computers and smarter materials, inspiring world-class performances, and solving society’s most complex challenges.
It means turning hard-working students into thoughtful, global leaders—year after year—guided at each step by award-winning faculty.
And it means helping millions of citizens around the world improve their environment, their health, their prosperity and their community, as we continue to make an immeasurable impact on the world.
Your investment in UB will make a difference, whether you support a scholarship for one UB student, endow a professor who will inspire thousands, or fund a cancer cure that saves the lives of millions. This is our bold promise to you.