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More than 100 student volunteers from the University at Buffalo will help to make Buffalo an even nicer place to live as part of UB Community Day to be held April 7 at locations throughout the city.
The free April 14th event includes a documentary screening, demos, lunch and a conversation with female founders of local tech firms.
A colorful cast of presenters will address the ultimate theme — one familiar to all, but, at the same time, an endless source of curiosity.
While UB students are enjoying their mid-semester break, the university will play host to local high school students for Science Exploration Day.
National leaders on preventing and recovery from school violence converge on campus.
Registered participants will learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose, as well as how to properly administer naloxone.
At this free event open to the public, volunteer fixers will do their best to get your items — from small appliances and jewelry, to bicycles and textiles — back to working order.
UB to host Genome Day at the new Jacobs School building downtown, with a keynote on “Wizard Genetics of Harry Potter” by Duke University’s Eric Spana.
More than 250 performers and volunteers will mark the arrival of the Chinese New Year with an afternoon-long celebration on Feb. 17 at the UB’s Center for the Arts.
The free downtown lecture will feature industry and UB representatives.
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