Updated September 18, 2019

The Slee Sinfonietta, UB’s professional chamber orchestra in residence, will perform a concert of solo and chamber works at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 in Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall, North Campus.
As the university contemplates its transit fleet of the future, consideration is being given to operating a more sustainable UB Stampede bus to reduce UB's carbon footprint.
“Unspeakable,” an exhibition of work by four female artists from three different countries that addresses sensitive topics, will open on Sept. 5 in the Department of Art’s Lower Art Gallery.
The International Education Week (IEW) Planning Committee is seeking units on campus to host events during UB’s annual celebration of the rich cultural diversity of the campus community.
University Police and Student Conduct and Advocacy are offering two informational training sessions for faculty and staff on campus safety and working with disruptive behavior and students in distress.
Sept. 8-14 is National Suicide Prevention Week, and the Student Health and Wellness Team is offering free programming on campus to support students and the campus community. Members of the UB community are urged to “take a minute, save a life.”
Professional staff members can share some networking and nourishment as part of the Lunch Bunch Club, a new initiative started last spring by the PSS’ Social and Networking Subcommittee.
Monday’s visit to UB by U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg produced an immense amount of news coverage nationally and internationally, shining the spotlight on UB and bringing positive exposure to the university.
A new effort at UB aims to create new research opportunities for projects that link the sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.
The Office of Community Relations will distribute kits containing tips on how to be a good neighbor, as well as other important information, around UB’s South Campus during Operation Doorhanger on Aug. 23.