UB police are aware of social media posts and related rumors indicating continued threats of violence — primarily targeting local off-campus businesses — following Saturday’s horrific mass shooting at the Tops Markets on Jefferson Avenue in Buffalo.
During the 2022 tax season, 65 IRS-certified accounting students from the School of Management brought nearly $300,000 back into the Buffalo Niagara region through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
The School of Architecture and Planning has named Matthew Roland, an urban planner and real estate development professional with more than 20 years of industry experience, as program director for its MS degree program in real estate development.
The Niagara Falls Illumination Board has approved a request from the School of Nursing to illuminate the falls with blue and white lighting on May 12 in honor of Western New York nurses and nurses across the nation.
The UB surgical resident whose team of medical and surgical providers has been providing assistance in Ukraine is back in Buffalo and will discuss his experience and how Western New Yorkers can help during a talk on April 29.