UB Neighbor is our semiannual publication where you can read about the UB activities and individuals making a difference in our community, as well as find out information about the events and programs in the neighborhoods surrounding our three campuses.
Read about a UB alumna's work with Freedom Gardens, learn how a Buffalo-based teacher prep program is getting national recognition, and see what caregivers need to know about health care advocacy.
Read about a UB professor's work to preserve historical accounts of local Black lives, see how an herb garden is thriving on South Campus, and learn about UB’s Buffalo Institute of Genomics and Data Analytics' significant impact on job creation in the region.
Discover how a UB faculty member is bringing refugees' stories to light, learn about UB's Innovation Hub, and see how UB student-athletes are giving back to Buffalo area schools.
Read about the first-ever Girl Tech Day, planning for LaSalle Park, and how UB researchers are helping the Buffalo community through clinical trials. Discover how UB is working with the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library to inspire creativity.
Learn how UB is welcoming students back for the Fall semester with Operation Doorhanger, see new plans for the South Campus and discover how UB is working to fix medical disparities and the opioid crisis.
Find out more about the new Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, the newest social innovations happening on and off campus, and hear from UB medical students on how they plan to impact their community.
Discover public art sponsored by UB, learn how UB students are connecting engineering and local non profits, and see how the latest grants recieved by faculty are impacting your life.
Read about UB's partnerships with local MWBE businesses, how medical students are helping the most vulnerable in our community, and get updates on the UB related activities for you to enjoy.
Learn about the renovations of historic Hayes Hall, the latest on ReTree the District's goal of planting 1,000 trees in the University District and a unique mentoring program UB faculty and staff is participating in at Highgate Heights Elementary.