The UB architecture school and PUSH Buffalo have developed a workforce training program for jobs that pay a living wage for unemployed and underemployed persons.
GSE staffer Renad Aref is using her Summer Hours to turn two of her childhood hobbies — coin-collecting and jewelry-making — into a growing business.
The report of the President's Advisory Council on Race outlines recommendations for achieving equity across campus, which UB has begun implementing.
Events on campus aim to bring awareness to Juneteenth and shed light on the contributions and beauty of Black culture.
The policy, which is already in place at UB, creates a more accepting campus environment for students.
Four weeks after the mass shooting, UBNow asked faculty to help explain racism in Buffalo, the legacy of gun culture, and what educators can do to confront hate.
Tanya Spencer and LouElla Cole-Bowens were recognized at the Buffalo Educational Opportunity Center's recent commencement.
The organization recently hosted a gala in the Center for the Arts to celebrate 75 years of enriching students’ lives.
Sherice Simpson is the eighth Jacobs School medical student to participate in the NIH’s Medical Research Scholars Program.
The Jacobs School community expressed its thanks to retired Buffalo police officer Aaron Salter, whose actions on May 14 likely saved lives.
The 1981 graduate, who was among those killed at the Tops market, was a great-grandmother, church-goer and substitute teacher.
Saturday's mass shooting occurred in a community that has endured decades of racism, and that painful history cannot be ignored, says Henry-Louis Taylor Jr.
UB has been designated as a First-gen Forward institution for its devotion to uplifting first-generation students in higher education.
Members of the UB community are working to provide comfort and support to people in need following Saturday’s mass shooting at a Tops market.
UB geography doctoral student Naiima Khahaifa is one of 36 students in the U.S. to win the Ford Dissertation Fellowship.
Ebony Omotola McGee has seen bias in STEM firsthand, and she talked about her experiences and solutions during a recent event at UB.
A new study found that over the past 20 years, more Black men have been dying from sleep apnea than white people and Black women.
Despina Stratigakos' “Hitler’s Northern Utopia” received the prestigious Spiro Kostof Book Award from the Society of Architectural Historians.
The project developed by UB faculty member John Hall and partners has won an environmental justice award in a Department of Energy contest.