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Want to be an entrepreneur or work with a startup? UB is hosting an event that will show faculty, staff and students how they can get involved.
The students from Capital Normal University in Beijing will present music and dance pieces in a variety of traditional and contemporary styles.
Sean Kaczmarek looks back on a life-changing two years in Europe, from meeting Queen Elizabeth II in London to a powerful personal moment in Italy.
Jacobs School students, residents and faculty dined with community members to better understand how to improve health care in Buffalo.
UB alumna and A+E Networks executive Abbe Raven will sit down with CAS Dean Robin Schulze later this month for a conversation about her career.
Bob Inglis will speak Thursday at UB about free-enterprise solutions to one of the biggest problems facing the planet.
Best-selling author Angie Thomas will be the keynote speaker for this year's event, happening Sept. 20-22 at various locations around the area.
UB is 89th among the nation's best public and private universities — and 38th among public colleges — in the U.S. News & World Report 2019 rankings.
UB is taking a new approach to create a more inclusive, engaging environment for international students inside the classroom as well as out of it.
A workshop being held in conjunction with ACSP’s annual conference will enlist experts to help plan for Buffalo Niagara’s long-term future.
The annual conference of the Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention will tackle this increasingly prevalent issue.
The new Clinical and Research Institute on Addictions will take a collaborative approach toward substance use disorders, with a focus on the opiate crisis.
The MAC’s inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Institutional Award recognizes the university’s achievements in developing a culture of diversity and inclusion.