Campus News

Law prof James Gardner teaching a lecture hall full of undergraduates.

The minor, which aims to deepen undergraduates' understanding of the legal system, comes as the school seeks approval for a major in law.


The memorial garden on the South Campus is part of a respectful process guided by UB scientists and a team of community partners.


Six UB law students will spend seven days at a federal detention center providing hands-on help to detainees seeking asylum in the U.S.


UB uses a variety of communication channels to inform the campus of a change in scheduled operations due to severe winter weather.


Fifteen UB students are raising money to build a school — and take a trip of a lifetime.


UB graduates from outside the region are staying to pursue entrepreneurship, thanks to Buffalo’s thriving startup economy.


For the second time in school history, UB will play for the MAC title after defeating Bowling Green, 44-14, on Friday.


The “true interdisciplinarian” will discuss robotics, virtual reality and the intelligence of art at the event uniting artists and scientists to share ideas.


Students say UB Teach is a great place to become a teacher.


The world-renowned musician will join with pianist Kathleen Tagg for what promises to be one of Krakauer's unique signature performances.


UB's president tackles questions from staff ranging from international enrollment to digging by the Capen flagpole.


The pioneer in the fields of innovation, incentive competitions and commercial space shared his optimistic views with a UB audience.


The team from UB’s chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students took first place in the prestigious Laurie design contest.