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UB will celebrate Homecoming and Family Weekend Oct. 11-14 with a variety of activities that should appeal to students, their families and alumni alike.
The MAC’s inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Institutional Award recognizes the university’s achievements in developing a culture of diversity and inclusion.
Together for a week in the Arctic, UB geologists and artist Anna McKee shared a common goal: telling the story of a changing planet.
Nearly 500 UB alumni and friends gathered in the new home of the Jacobs School to hear an update on UB’s $650 million fundraising campaign.
UB's programs in physical therapy and occupational therapy have received 10-year renewals from their respective accreditation organizations.
The Doctor of Social Work degree program is aimed at experienced social workers who want to advance their professional practice.
Now in its third year, the student-run waste diversion program is becoming part of the culture of move-in weekend.
Student Engagement's Ready...Set...Buffalo! program is helping new students find their niche at UB, while doing good in the community.
UB and its partners recently demonstrated how to integrate virtual reality into a massive open online course focusing on collaborative robot safety.
The new MS program will allow graduates to advance the progression of precision drugs and medications, furthering development of individualized therapies.
UB’s Distinguished Speakers Series is back with a lineup that includes a former vice president and a former secretary of state.
The impending demolition of the South Campus dorm spurs a UB alum to gather a memento from the spot where he first met his true love.
Incoming students arrive tomorrow for Welcome Weekend, four days aimed at helping new students prepare for the start of classes on Monday.