Updated May 12, 2021

  • 5/12/21
    The University Libraries has announced that Keith Mages has been appointed curator of the Robert L. Brown History of Medicine Collection.
  • 5/6/21
    UB faculty, staff and students are encouraged to use an alternative method of transportation to get to campus on Green Your Commute Day on May 21.
  • 5/3/21
    As part of The Buffalo News’ News in Education (NIE) program, all UB faculty, staff and students now have free unlimited access, through Aug. 31, to digital editions of The Buffalo News, which includes BuffaloNews.com, the daily E-edition and mobile app.
  • 4/28/21
    Three finalists in the search for a new dean of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences have been identified, and open forums with the members of the UB community will take place next week via Zoom.
  • 4/26/21
    UB Giving Day builds community in Buffalo and around the world, as alumni, faculty, staff and friends come together for a 24-hour period to support UB. Faculty and staff investment in the university is critical and has a direct impact on students and the success of the university.
  • 4/23/21
    They sing and dance, perform on the piano and ukulele, paint with oils or henna, indulge a pet cat’s musical preferences and play diabolo, a derivative of the Chinese yo-yo.
  • 4/22/21
    After 20 years, UB is retiring Symantec Endpoint Protection anti-virus and firewall software this August. But faculty, staff and students can still keep their personal computers protected against viruses and identity theft: If you installed Symantec on your personal devices from the UBIT website, uninstall it and replace it with a reputable alternative.
  • 4/20/21
    Four finalists in the search for a new dean of the School of Social Work have been identified, and open forums with the members of the UB community will take place next week via Zoom.
  • 4/14/21
    The University Libraries will host a symposium that explores the impact of bias in automation and algorithms present in services ranging from Google Earth to the algorithms used by governments to guide and enforce policy.
  • 4/14/21
    AACSB International has once again granted the School of Management an extension of its accreditation. Earned by less than 5% of B-schools, AACSB accreditation is considered the hallmark of excellence in business education.