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UB's Creative Arts Initiative is bringing in a diverse lineup of artists in 2018-19 to engage with the UB and broader WNY communities.
UB student Molly Dreyer's project aims to mitigate erosion on the northern shore and improve the health of the campus landmark.
Deputy Chief Mark Gates will lead downtown operations, which will be based at the UB Gateway.
Nursing faculty and students treat 800 patients during the school's first trip to the Caribbean country.
Erika Grande and Peter Logiudice are this year’s recipients of the Professional Staff Senate’s Outstanding Service Award.
Two grants from the Lee Foundation will support a psychology doctoral internship and psychiatry scholarships.
The Student Association's Summer Film Series is back with another lineup of free popular films.
The program helps meet the needs of litigants who require legal representation in state appellate courts but cannot afford to hire an appellate attorney.
The initiative of students from UB and Sacred Heart aims to prevent opioid abuse and addiction through education.
The Society for the Advancement of Construction-Related Arts teaches underemployed students high-demand skills rooted in craftsmanship
UB's other study abroad scholarship recipients will focus on foreign language and cultural exploration.
Award winners James Simmons and Hamadi Shebule are the most recent examples of EOC’s legacy of transforming lives.
Sebastian Copeland will discuss his polar expeditions and the perils of climate change as part of the RENEW lecture series.