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Alumni contribute in meaningful and affordable ways in the final phase of the Uniquely UB campaign.
He earned his degree in ʼ61, but it took 50 years before St. Clair wore his graduation cap and gown.
As chief information officer, Andrews and her team are helping to reinvent the Peace Corps for the 21st century.
Follow Fesche's career from the courtoom to the taproom.
View photos featuring UB alumni at recent University events.
Students and colleagues remember associate professor Grant as “tough but tender.”
Byron L. Warnken, J.D. ʼ77, remembers his former law professor.
UB honors the former Baltimore mayor, Maryland governor and state comptroller.
Giordana Segneri, M.A. ʼ10, rocked the kasbah during her eight-day tour of Morocco.
We received not one, but two stories about the UB photo in our last issue.
From UB’s Glee Club to his local theater, Grabman has never stopped performing.
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.
Charles Tumosa and his students investigate the multibillion-dollar world of art theft, forgery and insurance fraud.
NASA technology goes commercial in Michael V. Laric's Market Opportunity Analysis course.
As a librarian, Diamant-Cohen expands access to art, culture and education through the science of information.
At UB, science and art are colliding to form new frontiers of forensic exploration, NASA products and library interactivity.
UB introduces the Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Arts, which invites students to specialize in one fine art.
Running on empty? Not these two.
Hobson-Powell has plenty of time to decide if he wants to attend law school; after all, he just turned 16.
A new prize will inspire students and alumni to create innovative business ventures.
Stephen L. Percy, professor and UB academic leader, named new dean of UB’s College of Public Affairs.
Who said that? Read on for inspiring, engaging and intriguing quotes heard in and around the UB community.
Learn how UB’s success measures up.
UB is changing to meet the needs of a new generation of students, but its historical mission will never change.
Explore the world through the Diversity and Culture Center's international photography contest.
St. Clair reflects on his student days and on his long-overdue commencement ceremony.
Check out these on-tap Q&A gems from Fesche.
View an exclusive video interview with Charles Tumosa, lecturer in UB's Forensic Studies program.
When looking for good reads, go straight to the source: our UB alumni librarians.
Take a peek inside illustrator John Weber’s mind to see how he came up with the idea for his flying machine.
Browse selected photos from the Diversity and Culture Center’s international photography contest.
View photos from UB’s tribute to the former Maryland governor.
Alvin R. Hutchinson, B.A. ’86, expands the Smithsonian's shelf life.
Buddies, bandits or brainstorming partners? You decide.
Learn more about Hobson-Powell’s life at UB.
The hip-hop mogul doesn't hold back in our exclusive interview.
Business student Michael Sellitto shares his experiences studying in Paris for the Global Field Study course.
Grabman gleefully gave us more details on his experiences at UB and his subsequent career.
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