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The minor, which aims to deepen undergraduates' understanding of the legal system, comes as the school seeks approval for a major in law.
Students present their proposals for the Cattaraugus Creek watershed to stakeholders including the Army Corps of Engineers and the Seneca Nation of Indians.
GSEU contract sets minimum stipends for PhD students, with decisions on final funding amounts made by the faculty and deans, council members learn.
Syed Adnan Uddin’s patience and work during a summer internship earned him a best poster award at the annual Sigma Xi Student Research Conference.
Neuroscientist and author Lisa Genova told a UB audience that learning about people living with neurological conditions can teach life lessons about the human condition.
Kemper Lewis, chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, will be the first professor of innovation.
Nearly twice as many students from underrepresented groups enrolled this fall than last fall, an increase that stems, in part, from a student-initiated effort.
The appointments of Korydon Smith as chair and Joyce Hwang as associate chair usher in a new era in the Department of Architecture.
Peter McCarthy, Luke Johnson and Amir Rezaei bring a unique understanding and appreciation for the university to the project.
UB will play Troy University in the Dollar General Bowl on Dec. 22.
Ten UB law students are heading to Poland for a UN convention on climate change during which delegates will negotiate reducing emissions.
At the next Science & Art Cabaret, artist Sam Van Aken will talk about his work growing single trees that one day will bear 40 varieties of fruit.