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GROOVIN’ IN THE CFA. Terry Sullivan's Low Lamp Sessions entertained the crowd at Tuesday's edition of Music is Art Live @ The Center, the series of live concerts by local musicians and area artist exhibitions being held in the Center for the Arts Atrium on Tuesday evenings during March and April. The band features Terry Sullivan on vocals, Kent Weber on bass, David Kane on keyboards and Greg Gizzi on drums. Not pictured is Donny Farmer as second guitarist. (Photo: Nancy J. Parisi)

José named VP for research

Jorge V. José, chair of the Department of Physics at Northeastern University, has been appointed vice president for research at UB. » Full Story

Morin named interim VP, interim dean of medical school

Frederick C. Morin III, chair of the Department of Pediatrics in the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, has been named interim vice president for health affairs and interim dean of the medical school. » Full Story

Creeley dies. Robert Creeley, often cited as one of the most important and influential poets of the last half-century and a UB faculty member for 37 years, died yesterday in Odessa, Texas.

Art exhibition. An exhibition of the work of artist Howard Ben Tré, recognized internationally for his unique glass sculptures, will open with a reception tomorrow in the UB Anderson Gallery.

Update on UB 2020. Satish K. Tripathi, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, updated the Professional Staff Senate on the UB 2020 academic planning process at the group's monthly meeting on March 24.

New award to honor Sarkin. A new award in honor of the late UB faculty member Richard T. Sarkin will be presented as part of the UB Alumni Association's 2005 Celebration of Excellence award ceremony, to be held on April 15.

UB licenses sleep apnea technology. UB has signed an agreement with the Maryland-based company Sleep Solutions Inc. to commercialize and distribute an innovative diagnostic testing technology for obstructive sleep apnea and Cheyne-Stokes respiration.

Working to increase organ donation. UB students in an advanced public relations class are launching a campaign on campus to raise awareness of the critical need for more organ donors.

UB to limit free printing. Beginning this fall, UB students, faculty and staff will be limited to a total of 1,500 single-sided pages of free printing per school year, according to a new public printing policy presented to the Faculty Senate Executive Committee yesterday.