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HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW? Flower aficionados strolled throughout University Heights on Saturday to take in the sights of the fourth annual Samuel P. Capen Garden Walk. The walk was cosponsored by the University Community Initiative. (Photo: Nancy J. Parisi)

Four new research centers proposed

Leaders in clinical research presented proposals for four new research centers that would capitalize on existing strengths and have the potential to propel the university into the top echelons of clinical research at a UB 2020 envisioning retreat focusing on UB's strengths in clinical science and experimental medicine. » Full Story

AD search narrows to four. The search for a director of athletics to lead UB's Division I-A athletics programs is down to four finalists.

Responding to "roadless" rule change. The development of geographic information science tools to help determine the best way to reduce the fuel load to mitigate the risk of devastating wildfires is the goal of work being done by UB researchers in conjunction with the U.S. Forest Service.

Londoners’ "stiff upper lip." Two UB faculty members in London during and immediately after last week's terrorist attacks bear witness to the citizens' resolve.

China’s transformation. Two faculty members who recently traveled to China for a conference were not prepared for the dramatic changes that they saw while in the country.