skip navigation

Strategies for Preparing a Successful Fulbright U.S. Scholars Application

Zoom

This webinar is aimed at current and future applicants for the Fulbright U.S. Scholars program. During the workshop, panelists will discuss strategies and best practices for crafting a competitive Fulbright application that aligns with the Fulbright mission. This webinar will provide an in-depth discussion of all required application materials with a specific focus on the […]

Dept. of Romance Languages and Literatures, Earth Month Film Series: “Dry”

904 Clemens

For Earth Month (April), the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures is offering a film series loosely based on farming and food production. All films are free and open to the public. For more information, Prof. Colleen Culleton at culleton@buffalo.ed   The fourth film in this month-long series will be Dry (Dir. Paolo Virzi, 2022). […]

Science Studies Workshop Series on Race, Health, and Science | Antoine Johnson, “More than Pushing Pills: Black AIDS Activism in the Bay Area”

Fitz Books 433 Ellicott St, Buffalo, NY, United States

As part of the Humanities Institute’s Science Studies Workshop Series on Race, Health, and Science, Dr. Antoine Johnson will be presenting from his research “More than Pushing Pills: Black AIDS Activism in the Bay Area” at two events on Wednesday, April 24, 2024. 12:00 - 1:30 - Workshop on a pre-circulated draft book chapter in 545 […]

DVS Program presents | Victoria Udondian, “How Can I Be Nobody” – Screening + Book Launch

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center 341 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY, United States

The Distinguished Visiting Scholars program, College of Arts and Sciences at the University at Buffalo, is excited to announce the Buffalo launch of Victoria Udondian's monograph, "How Can I Be Nobody" (Hirmer Publishers, 2024).The publication follows her 2022 solo exhibition in Smack Mellon's main gallery space, in New York City, featuring a site-specific installation that […]

Technoculture Research Workshop Symposium | FEMeeting Sister Labs: Women in Art, Science and Technology

Student Union, 210 Landmark Room

Please join the UB Department of Art,  Coalesce: Center for Biological Arts and the Humanities Institute Technoculture Research Workshop for a special convening in Buffalo of FEMeeting Sister Labs: Women in Art, Science and Technology. This 3-day event of local and international artists, scholars, students and community members features a day-long symposium, exhibition, BioArt workshop and performance at […]

Directors’ Write In

Zoom

The directors of the Humanities Institute and the Gender Institute invite faculty to join us for weekly virtual group writing sessions. Each Friday of the term, from 10:00 to noon, meet up  (virtually, via zoom) and work independently on your own writing projects in company with Gender Institute Director Victoria Wolcott, HI Director Libby Otto, […]

Dept. of Romance Languages and Literatures: “Chante la Vie, Chante”, A French Musical Event

Katharine Cornell Theatre - Ellicott Complex - North Campus

L'Alliance Française de Buffalo (AFB) and the UB Department of Romance Languages and Literatures present: Chante la Vie, Chante: L'Histoire de la Chanson Française Racontée et Chantée  A spectacle created by André Norman, starring Linaberry, André Norman and Laurent Clergeau at the piano.    Advanced tickets are on sale until April 21 Available can be […]

$5 – $25

PLASMA Speaker Series: Mark Shepard

112 Center for the Arts (Screening Room)

PLASMA Speaker Series MONDAYS 6:00- 8:30 pm EST Zoom Meeting ID:  983 4611 3436 Email eliavarg@buffalo.edu with PLASMA2024 in subject line for password. Mark Shepard is an artist, architect and researcher whose work addresses contemporary entanglements of people and data, code and space, knowledge and power. His recent book, There Are No Facts: attentive algorithms, extractive data […]

Dept. of Romance Languages and Literatures, Earth Month Film Series: “Sunú—Mexican Maize Farmers”

904 Clemens

For Earth Month (April), the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures is offering a film series loosely based on farming and food production. All films are free and open to the public. For more information, Prof. Colleen Culleton at culleton@buffalo.edu The fourth film in this month-long series will be Sunú—Mexican Maize Farmers (Dir. Teresa Camou, […]