Third-year students Rachel Vicario and Darian Wilkom are representing UB at a major legal mediation competition in Paris.


The $21.7 million Clinical and Translational Science Award recognizes UB’s progress in bringing the benefits of clinical and translational science to patients.


The on-site counselor is part of the school’s efforts to support students’ well-being.


The exhibitions by architectural photographer Patricia Layman Bazelon and artist and recent UB graduate Annie Bielski open Feb. 8.


GSE's Alexa Schindel is spending her sabbatical on an all-female sailing crew measuring plastic waste in the ocean and getting new ideas for teaching science.  


The annual Undergraduate Winter Institute for Biostatistics provides students an opportunity to learn more about the topic and career opportunities in the field.


Department of Music staff believe UB may be the only place in the country — if not the world — that presents Beethoven’s string quartet cycle annually.


The School of Nursing’s Dedicated Education Units offer students one-on-one, hands-on learning experiences in a clinical, real-life setting.


UB researchers will use a $800,000 NSF/Amazon grant to develop a computational approach for delivering preventive services.


The four-part series aims to inform as several states, including New York, are considering banning youth tackle football.


The university community came together to recognize the hard work of the volunteers who organized the 2019-20 campaign.


Members of the campus community are being provided important information on novel coronavirus, including tips on how to monitor their health.

Love, support and ValenDesigns

Free hugs were in store for those who stopped by the Student Union last Thursday for Love and Support Day, sponsored by Health Promotion. Meanwhile over at the CFA, students were challenging the notion of the traditional Valentine's Day Card. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published February 17, 2020

UB Football Visits the Mayor's Office.

Hail to the team

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown proclaimed Jan. 31 as UB Football Day during a visit to City Hall by members of the team, coach Lance Leipold and Athletics Director Mark Alnutt.

A male and female student listen to Sinatra in the Norton Union.

Two undergraduates listen to the dreamy baritone of Frank Sinatra, one of the most popular singers during the 1940s-60s, in the Norton Union. Photo courtesy of University Archives

Published February 14, 2020

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