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PUBLIC ART. The work of artist Howard Ben Tré is on display through July 24 in the UB Anderson Gallery, located on Martha Jackson Place near Englewood and Kenmore avenues in Buffalo. Shown here is an example of Ben Tré’s work, "Immanent Circumstance," an urn fountain located in the Norman B. Levanthal Park Post Office Square, South Plaza, Boston. (Photo: Ric Murray)

Jusko wins MERIT Award. Pharmacy researcher William J. Jusko has received a coveted MERIT Award from the National Institutes of Health, worth $3 million over its first five years.

Proximity to casinos tied to problem gambling. Individuals who live within 10 miles of a casino or in a disadvantaged neighborhood are more likely to experience problem gambling, according to new research from UB's Research Institute on Addictions.

Niagara Movement to be celebrated. The Department of African American Studies will sponsor a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Niagara Movement with an event to be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday.

"Aging in place." A collaboration between a UB architect and Heartland Homes has produced a house that can accommodate a young family but still be adapted easily to elderly residents.