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UB's Creative Arts Initiative is bringing in a diverse lineup of artists in 2018-19 to engage with the UB and broader WNY communities.
‘See It Through Buffalo’ explores the city’s urban context and the UB architecture school’s complex relationship to it.
Graduates of the Society for the Advancement of Construction-Related Arts program say they've learned more than just how to hammer a nail.
The UB American Society of Civil Engineering student club's return to a top national ranking reflects teamwork and practice.
Pro bono scholars spend their last semester of law school getting experience — and helping out — nonprofits and government agencies.
Members of the UB Spirit team ride for the survivors and those lost to cancer.
Polar explorer, photographer and UB RENEW lecturer Sebastian Copeland uses his art to raise awareness of climate change.
The “Serious Play Conference” will focus on the impact of technology on teaching, learning and workforce development.
There should be something in the lineup for almost any music-lover at the Bulls' first four home football games this season.
VP Rodney Grabowski tells the UB Council he expects the total for UB's campaign to have increased to at least $460 million by the end of June.
UB student Molly Dreyer's project aims to mitigate erosion on the northern shore and improve the health of the campus landmark.
Deputy Chief Mark Gates will lead downtown operations, which will be based at the UB Gateway.