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The architectural historian, who since 2018 has led UB's efforts to create a diverse and inclusive culture, is returning to her faculty role as professor of architecture.
The podcast looks at topics through the lens of health equity while tackling a theme each semester related to the work of the school.
The new center will replace the office in Michael Hall on the South Campus until a new wellness and rec center is built on the North Campus.
Access to new technology is helping Maura Kutnyak finish the legal journey started by her father more than 40 years ago.
The biological sciences faculty member is being recognized by the Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools.
The project is a response to community members’ desire for more health and nutrition resources at the Tops on Jefferson Avenue, site of the May 14 shooting.
The Thunder of the East will perform at halftime of the Buffalo Bills' home opener on Sept. 19.
The summer institute helped WNY educators translate UB research into lesson plans for their classrooms.
Nearly 330 backpacks filled with school supplies were distributed in honor of the late associate director of admissions at the Jacobs School.
UB alumnus Paul Washburn talked about treating and reversing disease by replacing unhealthy behaviors with positive ones during a recent UB Alumni Webinar.