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Eight medical students were part of a team that spent winter break sharpening basic skills while seeing hundreds of patients in a clinic in rural Haiti.
U.S. News & World Report cites a range of programs spanning numerous fields as being among the nation's best in its 2020 rankings.
The goal of the annual event for local high school students is for participants to make their own headlines about STEM, organizers say.
New works by UB faculty artists Millie Chen and Maximilian Goldfarb are on exhibit now in two galleries in the community.
Discussion at the event focused on NFL players' First Amendment rights during the national anthem protests.
As we near the midpoint of the spring semester, President Satish K. Tripathi sat down with UBNow to talk about a range of issues of interest to the campus community.
Mobile market operators from across the country gathered at UB for the first-ever mobile produce market summit.
The world-renowned researcher in oral science was a tireless advocate for interdisciplinary research and entrepreneurship in his 51 years at UB.
The technology for the world's first dockless bicycle was piloted at UB.
For the 10th year, Rehabilitation Science students traveled to Albany to educate state lawmakers about the profession.
UB students pitched their ideas for solving a real-world problem — increasing attendance at Buffalo Beauts' games — at a special Innovation Sprint.
The internationally acclaimed author, journalist and artist will deliver the “Humanities to the Rescue” keynote address.
The UB Council adjourned to executive session minutes after the start of its meeting after graduate students seeking an increase in their stipends disrupted the meeting.