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A talk on COVID-19-related inequalities in higher education kicked off the series that will address comparative education policy issues.
Sol Messinger is featured in “The U.S. and the Holocaust,” a new series by Ken Burns that begins airing on PBS on Sept. 18.
Mary Alice Coffroth and Howard Lasker are among researchers whose work is shedding light on how climate change may shape reefs.
UB alumnus Shep Gordon returned to campus with rocker Alice Cooper to talk about their 50 years of friendship, partnership and adventures.
Graduate student Srikrithi Krishnan’s personal experiences inspired her introduction of the vice president before her remarks at UB.
During a visit to campus, the vice president praised the university's work fighting climate change.
The series of events Sept. 19-24 is part of an annual national campaign celebrating open access to information and the freedom to read.
The vice president will speak on the Inflation Reduction Act; UB is well-positioned to help achieve the goals of the landmark law.
Inclusion in the NIH program to transition biomedical researchers from underrepresented groups into academic positions is “a dream come true” for Carleara Weiss.
Performers for the Department of Music concerts include new UB faculty member Stephen Guerra and the Slee Sinfonietta.
The No. 38 ranking makes it five years in a row that UB has been among the top 40 public universities in the annual list of the top universities in the nation.