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GENDER MATTERS. Saxophonists with the Ladies First Big Band swing band perform during a tea dance held on Sept. 23 in the Center for the Arts celebrating Gender Week at UB. (Photo: Nancy J. Parisi)

SOM ranked as a top business school

For the fourth consecutive year, the School of Management has been ranked as one of the world's "top business schools" by The Wall Street Journal. » Full Story

Simpson proposes code of conduct

President John B. Simpson recommended to the Faculty Senate Executive Committee yesterday that UB develop a "written, well-understood code of professional conduct" for the university community. » Full Story

Williams recognized. Scott Williams, professor of mathematics, has been named one of the "50 Most Important Blacks in Research Science" for 2004 by Science Spectrum magazine.

Council updated on budget. UB will receive a 2.6 percent increase in its state operating budget for 2004-05, the UB Council was told at its meeting on Monday.

Literary series continues. "Wednesdays at 4 PLUS" will continue in October with a variety of events, including a presentation by three distinguished Balkan writers and one by the director of the internationally recognized UB Poetics Program.

More evidence against chronic cellular inflammation. UB endocrinologists are providing another link in the growing chain of evidence pointing to chronic cellular inflammation as the precursor of heart disease and diabetes.

Reconnecting at Family Weekend. UB students will have the chance to reconnect with their families this weekend during Family Weekend, being held tomorrow through Sunday on the North Campus.