Need to Know

Published February 28, 2024

  • UB joins AI Alliance
    2/28/24
    UB has joined AI Alliance, a newly formed international community of organizations dedicated to promoting open, safe and responsible artificial intelligence.
  • PhD candidates to pitch their thesis in 3MT contest
    2/27/24
    Ten UB PhD candidates will show off their research and communication skills on March 1 at the eighth annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
  • Middle States evaluators to visit UB March 10-13
    2/26/24
    UB is heading into the homestretch of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education reaccreditation process, with the full Middle States evaluation team scheduled to visit campus March 10-13.
  • Eastman organ students to perform on UB’s Fisk Organ
    2/23/24
    Doctoral students from the prestigious organ studio at the Eastman School of Music will perform on UB’s renowned Fisk Organ in a recital on March 1.
  • UB to hold inaugural Women’s History Month symposium
    2/22/24
    “From the Roots to the Sky: Women, Organizing and Social Justice,” UB’s inaugural Women’s History Month symposium, will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. March 1 in the Center for Tomorrow, North Campus.
  • McGhee to deliver MLK address
    2/21/24
    New York Times bestselling author Heather McGhee, whose first book, “The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together,” was longlisted for the National Book Award, will speak on Feb. 28 as UB’s 48th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration keynote speaker.
  • UB extends deposit deadline to May 15
    2/20/24
    UB has extended its deadline for admitted applicants to register for the fall 2024 semester amid delays in the federal financial aid process.
  • Transforming Buffalo's East Side focus of UB symposium
    2/20/24
    How to transform the neighborhoods of Buffalo’s Black East Side will be the focus of a symposium on Feb. 26.
  • UB to hold research symposium on AI in health care
    2/16/24
    The role of artificial intelligence in improving all aspects of health care is the theme of a research symposium to be held from 1:30-6 p.m. Feb. 27 at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at UB.
  • Dunn-Danger featured in faculty recital
    2/15/24
    UB faculty member and baritone Jaman Dunn-Danger will perform a program of choral music from noted operas in a concert on Feb. 21 at UB.