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1/17/17

GSE professor Mary McVee shared with attendees some of the ways UB faculty has successfully used technology in teacher preparation.

1/17/17

The galleries’ Screen Projects public art video initiative continues in the spring semester with two videos on view in the Center for the Arts.

1/17/17

The father-son startup Vader Systems' 3-D printing technology could transform how things are made.

1/13/17

Patrons will have to resist the urge to play with the bright, inflatable sculptures that are part of an upcoming UB Anderson Gallery exhibition.

1/13/17

UB's efforts to find and hire more minority- and women-owned business enterprises are paying off big-time.

1/13/17

Student startup MemoryFox allows people to interview family members and store the recordings using a smartphone.

1/12/17

A UB study finds emotional distress may lead men to choose more aggressive treatment than needed for prostate cancer.

1/12/17

UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Materials Informatics has awarded over $170,000 to five collaborations with commercial potential.

1/11/17

Margaret Moss’  “American Indian Health and Nursing” received two Book of the Year awards from the American Journal of Nursing.  

1/11/17

Artists in residence Neil Wechsler and Nathan Heidelberger also plan a series of workshops and classes for students and the public.

1/11/17

African-American women in abusive relationships use religion, external support and fighting back to survive, a UB study has found.

1/10/17

In his State of the State address at UB, the governor proposes $20M for the medical school and extending Metro Rail to the North Campus.  

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Sneak peek

The Buffalo Film Seminars returns on Jan. 31 with 14 notable films. Here are posters of some of the movies in the lineup. UBNow will publish a story with the full lineup of films next week.

Published January 11, 2017

The meaning of diversity

Members of the UB community talk about what diversity mean to them and how we can make UB a place where diversity is acknowledged regardless of how it looks or feels. Watch more videos from the DIFCON12 series.

UB staff wearing UB gear enjoyed a free breakfast on Dec. 16 in the lobby of Crofts Hall as part of the "Get Blue Friday" campaign. The breakfast, one of numerous pop-up events around campus organized by University Communications, is designed to promote UB pride. Photo: Cindy Todd