The following are official statements issued by the University at Buffalo.
UB President Satish K. Tripathi says UB was fortunate to have the opportunity to share with the vice president the meaningful ways students and faculty are addressing climate change.
UB is honored to host the vice president and showcase how UB is working to mitigate the detrimental effects of climate change by developing innovative solutions for a sustainable world.
UB Student Health Services remains vigilant to the possibility of monkeypox, employing guidance from public health authorities for testing, treatment, and infection prevention and control.
The entire University at Buffalo community is shocked and deeply saddened by the tragic deaths of Dr. Jonathan Daniels and his daughters.
A woman’s right to the best health care includes the right to the best reproductive health care, Allison Brashear says.
As a scholarly community, we have both the power and the responsibility to combat hate, Tripathi says.
The university is deeply committed to being a safe and welcoming place.
UB Police are responding to threatening anonymous social media posts directed at students protesting a speech on campus to be given this evening by Allen West, a conservative political commentator and former Congressman.
It is a fundamental value that all members of the campus community and guests have a right to peacefully express their views and opinions.
'What an incredible MAC championship game! I’m looking forward to cheering on the team during March Madness,' Tripathi says.
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