Wild Life on Stage
Rebecca Shantz, left, and Morgan Smider, Amherst Christian Academy students, get a close-up look at one of the creatures inhabiting the Center for the Arts for "Where the Wild Things Are" ballet performances held on Tuesday.

Computer science meets engineering; CSE department, information/communication technology institute to be established
Provost Thomas E. Headrick will establish a Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) this summer to integrate UB's resources in computer science and computer engineering.


'Seed' money spurs major research growth
A UB program that provides faculty with "seed" money to pursue good research ideas has yielded $14 in external funding for every $1 that the university invested in 1994 during the program's first year.



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The Reporter is a campus community newspaper published by the Division of University Services, State University of New York at Buffalo. Editorial offices are located at UB News Services, 136 Crofts Hall, Amherst, NY, 14260, 716-645-2626.

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