Campus News

2/15/18

The annual Life Raft Debate offers faculty the chance to make the case that their discipline is the most critical to society.

2/16/18

The once-vacant hallways are now teeming with student activity, thanks to the work of five biological sciences staffers.

2/15/18

The annual Life Raft Debate offers faculty the chance to make the case that their discipline is the most critical to society.

2/14/18

The annual event with the Chinese Club of Western New York presents traditional and contemporary performing arts.

2/13/18

A national grant to UB's internal medicine residency program will allow residents to spend more time with their patients.

2/13/18

Speakers at this spring's lectures will focus on substance use issues in women.

2/12/18

Interim vice provost for inclusive excellence notes UB's annual traditions promoting awareness of black history and culture.

2/12/18

The terrazzo tile from alum Kent Randle and Tiede-Zoeller Tile showcases the donor wall space in the new Jacobs School building.

2/9/18

UB architect Christopher Romano designs a new space for the Torn Space theater company on Buffalo’s historic East Side.

2/8/18

IRS-certified accounting students from UB will provide free tax preparation services to those with annual incomes below $54,000.

 

2/8/18

CAI artist-in-residence Olivier Pasquet’s “Lloyd’s Mirror” combines site and sound in a performance that will evolve over six days.

2/8/18

The talk by the author of “The Handmaid’s Tale” opens a weekend film festival presented by UB’s Humanities Institute.

2/6/18

Geology’s mascot “sees” his shadow at the annual Groundhog Day cookout, meaning we won’t be wearing flip flops any time soon.