Need to Know

Updated October 19, 2018

9/24/18
UB Police is extending an invitation to members of the UB community to join UPD officers Oct. 3 on two campuses for coffee and conversation.
9/20/18
The search for UB’s next chief of police has begun and the search committee is seeking input from members of the university community on their interests and priorities for the search.
9/20/18
The UB Libraries recently received three dozen books detailing the history and culture of India from Sandeep Chakravorty, Consul General of India in New York.
9/19/18
Celebrate the power of words and the freedom to read with the UB Libraries during Banned Books Week, a national celebration of open access to information — even material that some consider to be unorthodox or unpopular.
9/19/18
UB’s award-winning GRoW Home, which has been fully reconstructed on the South Campus, is reopening to the public as a demonstration project in low-energy living.
9/18/18
UB faculty can learn about the latest instructional technology and security standards at several town halls for faculty being presented next month by UBIT.
9/14/18
Na He, dean of the School of Public Health at Fudan University in Shanghai and an expert on the AIDS epidemic in China, will deliver the third annual Richard V. Lee Lecture on Oct. 5.
9/10/18
UB’s Center for Educational Innovation is hosting two events this month as part of its Showcase Series for faculty and staff.
9/10/18
UB’s Department of Music will open its 2018-19 concert season on Wednesday with its resident chamber ensemble Slee Sinfonietta performing Copeland and Berio. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. in Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall, North Campus.
9/6/18
Christine Ann Botosan, a Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) member, will discuss “The Conceptual Framework and FASB’s Agenda” during a talk on Oct. 4 at UB.