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Programs in the School of Nursing and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences rose in the U.S. News rankings.
The Tool Library is the first participant in a Student Engagement work study program that aims to help students interact with the community.
The governor's State of the State address proposed funding for capital projects, IT investments and matching funds for endowment contributions.
UB faculty members Mostafah A. Nouh and Timothy R. Cook have received , UB’s highest honor for undergraduate mentoring.
A new book edited by law faculty Irus Braverman examines the movement that recognizes that human health is connected to animals, plants and the environment.
Alexis Harrell will explore how various forms of narrative shape Black experiences at the University of Edinburgh.
Perry lecturer Rosalie Pacula described how the complex plant has itself changed due to the evolving policy environment in the U.S.
The School of Law’s Civil Rights and Transparency Clinic is helping to counsel clients through the anxiety-inducing process of disputing debt.
Although some buildings sustained damage from the storm, UB resumed normal operations this week and repairs are underway, thanks to the work of University Facilities.
Units across UB worked together throughout the storm to ensure the safety of everyone on campus, and even assisted stranded motorists.
An undermanned UB squad steps up to defeat Georgia Southern, 23-21, to win the third bowl in program history.