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Hello, teens! It’s us, Dan and Sarah. In our advanced age (We both graduated in 2018), we’ve decided to bestow some of our sweet, sweet post-grad wisdom in order to make sure you enjoyed your time here before you shake President Tripathi’s hand. And don’t worry, you’ll find out who Tripathi is eventually, we all did.
When Lauren Mojeski graduates this spring, she will not be able to wear the gold cords given to students with grade-point averages of at least 3.2, a symbol of academic achievement. And when her name is called to walk across the stage to accept her diploma, there will be no outward sign that the mother of two is expected to graduate with a 3.75 GPA, an accomplishment usually marked by summa cum laude honors.
Sub-board I, the nonprofit auxiliary organization responsible for managing student fees on behalf of student governments is asking the Faculty-Student Association to release a $1.5 million asset back into the hands of students.
Some faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences were upset and confused last month when they received an unexpected email from their dean outlining procedures to submit annual reports for evaluation. The professors read the email as a shift in how instructors, including those with tenure, will be evaluated.
The university is looking to raise $650 million, the largest fundraising campaign in UB and SUNY history, President Satish Tripathi announced this morning in the Student Union amid confetti, streamers and a dancing Victor E. Bull.
The Spectrum spoke with UB alumni across the country, from those in public relations in Los Angeles to aerospace engineering in Washington, D.C. Despite their different paths, most alumni had similar advice for students entering the job market.
In SUNY’s first-ever audit of the UB Foundation, officials recommended 29 changes to the financial and management policies the private nonprofit has in place to oversee the university’s $1 billion endowment.
The nonprofit organization overseeing dining at UB counts on students not to use all the meals they buy.
On Tuesday, UB will host a symposium to begin an effort in the architecture school to address Buffalo’s affordable housing shortage.
The number of UB students living on campus has grown steadily, evident as underclassmen begin to spill over into traditionally upperclassmen complexes. And yet as of last fall, UB has cut funding for the student organization that supports resident life programming by more than $10,000.
After a national search, UB has named Tom Tiberi as the university’s new director for Campus Living, effective March 12.
UB may slash the number of students admitted this spring through its Educational Opportunity Program by roughly 50 percent, in response to state budget cuts to the tune of $5 million across SUNY campuses, according to Lee Melvin, UB’s vice provost for enrollment.
Students of Fossil Free UB were awarded Tuesday for their commitment to working with faculty and administrators across the university throughout their divestment campaign.
The UB Foundation has invested in at least six fracking-related firms, according to its most recent tax documents.
Faculty members propose creating a new office to handle cases of cheating and academic dishonesty, after a two-year-long study showed most students and faculty find the current academic integrity policy confusing, and the disciplinary process long and overly punitive.
Rising costs in education, gun violence and growing competition from countries like Canada, Australia, Germany and the U.K. are just a few reasons administrators and students point to for the decline in new international enrollment UB saw this year.
SUNY officials failed to provide adequate financial oversight of the system’s 30 campus foundations – whose combined assets total more than $2.1 billion – state watchdogs concluded in a report released Tuesday by New York Comptroller Tom DiNapoli.
The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority board approved a $4.8 million study Thursday to extend metro rail service to UB’s North Campus. The study, expected to take between two and three years to complete, will assess the environmental impacts of expanding the metro-rail north to UB and south into the Cobblestone District, according to WBFO.
The Department of Global Gender Studies will break away from the Transnational Studies Department and return to its former stand-alone status, after a unanimous Faculty Senate vote on Tuesday to create the new Department of Global Gender and Sexual Studies.
An open forum on broad-based fee increases marked a visibly tense two and a half hours of back and forth between students and administrators on Thursday. This was the first chance for students to meet in person with fee stewards before the March 7 deadline to send proposals to SUNY.