Need to Know

Published July 15, 2024

  • UB chef earns silver medal at Culinary Challenge
    UB Chef Brendan Schultz was awarded a silver medal at his first National Association of College and University Food Services Culinary Challenge, held during NACUFS’ recent spring conference in Buffalo.
  • NIH deputy director to deliver Harrington Lecture
    UB alumnus Lawrence A. Tabak, principal deputy director of the National Institutes of Health, will deliver the 2024 Harrington Lecture, part of Spring Clinical Day on June 1 at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
  • University statement on Faculty Senate resolution regarding UB’s response to May 1 on-campus protests
    As President Satish K. Tripathi indicated in his letter to the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, which he read to the Faculty Senate on May 14, the university is committed to responding to the concerns of the university community regarding university policies for ensuring that UB remains safe and secure during protests. 
  • Students master computer security essentials at 17th UB Lockdown competition
    On the eve of the launch of the hottest new video game, a shadowy group of cybercriminals has set its sights on disrupting the release — and the company’s CEO has enlisted your company to stop the attack.
  • UB marks 10 years of Giving Day
    The 10th annual UB Giving Day, held April 17-18, raised more than $1.4 million, making it the third-highest sum raised in the event’s decadelong history.
  • Student conduct update
    UB’s Student Conduct Office has informed seven students who received conduct referrals on May 1 for failing to disperse after the attempted encampment and protest that they will not be charged with a violation of the Student Code of Conduct.
  • Tripathi offers remarks to FSEC regarding May 1 attempted encampment, arrests
    President Satish K. Tripathi offered remarks at the Faculty Senate Executive Committee meeting Tuesday afternoon regarding the protest, attempted encampment and arrests that occurred near Hochstetter Hall on May 1.
  • Green your commute May 17
    UB faculty, staff and students are encouraged to use an alternative method of transportation to get to campus on Green Your Commute and Bike to Work Day on May 17 on the North and South campuses.
  • Economics conference examines congestion pricing
    The controversial issue of traffic congestion pricing in New York City is the topic of the inaugural Jim and Matthew Scarpati Honorary Applied Economics Conference being held on May 16.
  • Department of Music presents second annual Gift to the Community Concert
    The second annual Gift to the Community Concert celebrating the strength and musical diversity of the Buffalo community will take place at 3 p.m. May 12 in Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall, North Campus.