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Updated May 23, 2017

5/23/17
Season tickets are on sale now for the 2017 UB Bulls football season. Special incentives are available to fans who renew or purchase tickets in June.
5/18/17
Philip Glick and Dominic Licata have been re-elected chairs of the Faculty Senate and the Professional Staff Senate, respectively, for two-year terms effective July 1.
5/17/17
inSocialWork, the podcast series of the School of Social Work, received a best of category award for “Excellence in Electronic Communications and Interactive Media — Audio Category” from the State University of New York Council for University Advancement (SUNYCUAD), the group representing professionals working in institutional advancement at SUNY institutions.
5/16/17
The weather forecast for Friday is cloudy with a chance of...lightening the load on Mother Nature. That’s because UB faculty, staff and students are invited to participate in Green Your Commute Day.
5/16/17
There’s much happier news to report on the UB falcon front this spring. The four eggs Dixie laid a month ago have hatched and viewers of UB’s Falcon Cam can watch as Dixie and Yankee care for their four fledgling fluff balls.
5/15/17
The UB Coaches Caravan will stop at Pearl Street Bar & Grill on June 1, giving UB faculty and staff the opportunity to meet and interact with the coaches of UB’s marquee athletic teams.
5/12/17
Patricia J. Ohtake, associate professor of physical therapy in the Department of Rehabilitation Science, School of Public Health and Health Professions, has been appointed assistant vice president for interprofessional education.
5/12/17
Every student’s best friend is back on campus to help ease the stress of final exams and all-night study sessions.
5/10/17
The Professional Staff Senate will recognize recipients of the 2017 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service at its annual Awards Celebration on May 24.
5/3/17
Faculty and staff are urged to “be green” and apply online for their 2017-18 parking permit renewal.