Campus News

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  • Total eclipse steals UB’s heart
    4/9/24

    It wasn’t quite the show we were hoping for. But in the end, most had to agree that it was truly an amazing experience.

  • Polish scholars return to UB for ‘reunion’ conference
    4/12/24

    Fifteen past participants in a visiting scholar program with the Jagiellonian University in Krakow returned to celebrate the success of the program. 

  • Out-of-this-world eclipse images
    4/12/24

    Despite taking a dip in Seneca Lake, the weather balloon camera launched by UB students provided some awesome images.

  • Educating providers about female genital cutting
    4/11/24

    As immigration increases, a student-run group at the Jacobs School aims to fill a concerning gap in the knowlege of U.S. health care providers.

  • Chung, Govindaraju, Murphy to receive UB President’s Medal
    4/11/24

    The three UB faculty members are being recognized for extraordinary service to the university.

  • POC Smiles guides students on their pre-dental journey
    4/10/24

    The POC Smiles student club aims to build a community where pre-dental students of color can find support and career-building opportunities.

  • SUNY funding to boost mental health services at UB
    4/10/24

    UB will use the bulk of the funding to hire seven counselors embedded in one of seven academic units.

  • Viano Quartet to conclude Slee Beethoven cycle
    4/10/24

    The award-winning quartet will present the final four concerts in this year's presentation of all 16 of Beethoven’s string quartets.

  • UB schools among the best in U.S. News graduate rankings
    4/9/24

    Several UB schools placed among the top nationwide in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools rankings.

  • Total eclipse steals UB’s heart
    4/9/24

    It wasn’t quite the show we were hoping for. But in the end, most had to agree that it was truly an amazing experience.

  • Fast track to law school
    4/9/24

    The School of Law's growing 3+3 program allows students from UB and other partner schools to being their legal studies after three years of undergrad education.