For nine years, IRS-certified accounting students in the School of Management have helped to bring hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax refunds back into the Buffalo community through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
UB’s Entrepreneurship Lab (eLab), a small business boot camp for students, teaches students to be entrepreneurs by helping them research the market potential, write business plans and pitch their business ideas to investors.
“The beauty of teaching excellence is how varied and multi-faceted it can be as one moves across different subject matters. It is imperative that we recognize its value across schools and disciplines.”
The Social Work Resource Fund gives the school the opportunity to fund new ideas, new initiatives and inspired projects that emerge during the year and are not covered by the current operational budget or research grants.
The UB School of Dental Medicine chose the Spanish word for mouth—“boca”—as the name of its program that provides free dental care in communities from Appalachia to Mexico to West Africa that lack access to sufficient dental services.
The restoration of Hayes and Crosby halls is a vast undertaking to preserve two of the most historic buildings on UB’s South Campus. The School of Architecture and Planning has called these buildings home for nearly 40 years.
The Educational Opportunity Program at UB supports motivated and talented students who—because of inadequate financial resources and academic preparation—have not had the same opportunities as other students.