Kelly Hayes McAlonie is launching her book about Louise Blanchard Bethune at the Hotel Lafayette, the historic building designed by Bethune.
UB surgeon Liise Kayler’s collaborative research program has dramatically improved access to kidney transplants, particularly in Buffalo’s underserved communities.
Brian Hamluk, UB's vice president for student life, said: "We are proud of the way our campus exhibited the values we hold as a university, exercising its right to peacefully express their views."
UB Sustainability aims to acknowledge and reward action and activism with its annual Sustainability, Leadership, Innovation and Collaborative Engagement Awards.
The UB scientist is one of six recognized by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement for research excellence and contributions to diversity, equity and inclusion.
UB's president affirms UB's commitment to diversity while acknowledging that as a public institution, UB must uphold the principle of free speech.
In light of concerns over a student club inviting a speaker to campus this week, UBNow answers some frequently asked questions about freedom of expression at UB.
The Behind the Masks event introduced the Jonathan Daniels Chapter of White Coats for Black Lives to the UB community while honoring its namesake and having some fun.
STEER (Support, Training, Early-/Mid-career, Enhancement, and Retention) aims to increase professional development and satisfaction for dental faculty.
A new UB study abroad experience shapes first-year students’ views on sustainability and social work.
UB junior Samiha Islam intends to change the world.
In her address, the civil rights attorney blended legal scholarship and U.S. history with a passion for civil rights and the rule of law.