A great place to work deserves great internal communications. UBNow is the essential internal communications tool for UB faculty and staff.
It was developed by University Communications and guided by the expressed desire of employees for timely, effective internal communications that are relevant to them and their work, and that enhance the experience of working at UB.
The daily faculty/staff online newspaper focuses on the people, the community and the university by providing important information, as well as interesting news and feature stories. UBNow also offers a publishing vehicle for multimedia, and allows its audience to interact with the product.
Readers can receive an email offering a brief selection of news stories, features and other important information faculty and staff need to know to do their jobs by subscribing to the UBNow mailing list.
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UBNow is published daily throughout the calendar year by the Division of University Communications. Employees receive an email every Monday, Wednesday and Friday offering a brief selection of news stories, features and other important information faculty and staff need to know to do their jobs and to enhance their experience of working at the university.
Comments from current UB faculty, staff and students about a specific article or feature may be posted to “reader comments” using the “post a comment” form found at the end of each article and feature. Only comments submitted via a @buffalo.edu email account will be accepted.
UBNow does not publish anonymous comments nor comments posted under a pseudonym. Comments are limited to 125 words and must follow the university's Comment Guidelines.
The UBNow editor reserves the right not to publish comments that, in the opinion of the editor, make substantially the same point the writer has made in a previous post and do not add anything new to the public discussion of the matter at hand.
General feedback to the editor of UBNow may be submitted through our online form or by email.
Op-ed articles are not published by UBNow.