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RUNNING FOR UB. Tim Hartigan, program coordinator for the English Language Institute, was one of nearly 200 UB employees who braved sweltering temperatures on June 9 to represent the university in the J.P. Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge. Hartigan and the other UB runners and walkers were rewarded for their efforts with a barbecue in the UB tent after the race. (Photo: Nancy J. Parisi)

UB employees buy homes through UCI program

After getting off the ground less than two years ago, UB's Home Loan Guaranty Program has helped 10 UB employees buy homes in the University Heights neighborhood. » Full Story

Online electrical engineering degree. The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the schools of engineering at the SUNY university centers at Stony Brook and Binghamton together are creating the world's first fully online bachelor's-degree program in electrical engineering.

Small classes during K-3 smooth road to high school graduation. A study by UB education researchers shows that students who spend several years in smaller-sized classes during the elementary grades have a greater likelihood of graduating from high school.

Students think favorably, but act timidly on organ donation. Only 11 percent of students surveyed at two universities in New York State have formally declared their intentions to become organ or tissue donors, a study conducted by UB researchers has found.

Hope for personality disorder diagnosis, treatment. A new version of a well-regarded test for personality disorders developed by a UB researcher may lead to better diagnosis and treatment of personality disorders.