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We couldn’t keep quiet about this alumnus’ decades-long tradition of supporting UB.
Catherine Karita, MBA ’07, blows a kiss to her alma mater from her native Nairobi.
View photos featuring UB alumni at recent University events.
At the U.S. Social Security Administration, Stacy Rodgers, M.P.A. ’99, makes helping people her mission.
We’re continuing to find old, unlabeled UB photos and could use your help identifying the people pictured.
Dimitri Komninos, B.S. ’11, boosts his family business and burns the midnight oil.
Gretchen LeGrand, M.S. ’10, knows a few algorithms that can spark kids’ interest in computer science.
UB alumni can be found in all corners of the world.
Meet the newest (and smallest) members of the UB family.
Get the scoop on your fellow alumni: Find out where they are and what they’ve been up to.
Pete A. Caringi Jr., B.A. ’80, has a coaching track record that proves he’s a good sport.
Bill Tamburrino, B.S. ’51, has spent 30 years crafting a gift for his wife, Dorothy, A.A. ’52.
The University community and hundreds of other revelers came together for the installation of Kurt L. Schmoke as UB’s eighth president.
A group of honors students planted seeds of change in Jinotega, Nicaragua.
Police Chief Timothy Longo Sr., J.D. ’93, has tackled some of today’s toughest cases with a sense of humanity.
Michael Chabon shared tales of his college years and summers spent in Columbia, Maryland, with UB audiences.
Learn how UB’s success measures up.
Student Alex Greif understands the tricks of the [digital] trade.
UB faculty are world class—and world travelers.
This course that orbits around the Marvel Cinematic Universe is in a class by itself.
Call him “collector”: at home with associate professor Richard Trotter, who has made the art of finding a bargain his hobby.
Jeremy Ambrose, an undergraduate student and honey harvester, is a busy bee.
Roger E. Hartley knows the value of UB’s College of Public Affairs. His goal is to make others recognize it, too.
We went around campus and put UB students, staff, faculty and alumni on the spot, asking them to tell us their summer plans.
UB President Kurt L. Schmoke looks back on his first year at UB.
UB students were all smiles when their favorite birds and bee came together on campus.
Rubbernecking is invited for our gallery of images from Catherine Karita, MBA ’07, in Kenya.
Check out our gallery of photos from the events—including a “selfie” with Chabon.
Say cheese! Check out the full gallery of photos from recent University events.
Relive the celebration by watching the event’s poignant introductory video and perusing our photo gallery.
UB’s Media Genres: Media Marvels course has received a lot of media attention.
Student Jeremy Ambrose offers a behind-the-scenes look at beekeeping.
Enjoy a photo journal of five UB students’ weeklong adventure in Nicaragua teaching local children.
A student takes a spin at Block Party, which recently marked its 40th anniversary.
Don’t watch while hungry: Dimitri Komninos, B.S. ʼ11, takes you on a video tour of DEVOO, his new Greek deli.
Learn more about the UB community’s summer plans—and tell us yours.
Gretchen LeGrand, M.S. ’10, tells us more about teaching computer science to kids as young as 4.
Timothy Longo Sr., J.D. ’93, fields more questions about the pressures of his job (and about his hair).
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