The University at Buffalo is recognized as a premier public research university. We support UB’s leadership, faculty, students and staff by providing the services and resources UB needs to achieve its goals. Here are just a few of the ways we continue to make a positive impact on the university.
The UB Foundation played a vital role in administering gifts that support the GRoW home, and assisting with other important services necessary to help with the success UB’s School of Architecture and Planning had with this home.
The FIM® instrument is widely regarded as the “gold standard” for measuring a patient’s functional status through the continuum of care.
The UB Foundation manages scholarship funds for the betterment of UB, enabling students to take advantage of unique opportunities and experiences.
The Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition is funded with an endowment that is managed by the UB Foundation.
The UB Foundation provides support to the Distinguished Speakers Series, which brings speakers of national and international renown to campus several times a year.
At the UB Foundation, we are proud of our role in managing endowed chairs that attract world‐renowned researchers and scholars to UB—including James D. Bangs.
Gil Wolfe is an internationally known expert in myasthenia gravis (MG), the most common disease of neuromuscular transmission.
Greiner Hall, home to nearly 600 undergraduates on UB’s North Campus, is owned and managed by the UB Foundation.
Relocating UB’s new Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, which will help attract leading physicians, researchers and medical students, would not have been possible without our help.
Endowed chairs bring some of the world’s leading scholars to UB, and are made possible in large part by the gift stewardship services that we provide.
A home for UB’s permanent art collections–and the lead facility for UB’s museum studies program–the Anderson Gallery is owned by the UB Foundation.
Providing critical support to the UB and Buffalo Niagara research communities, the UB Technology Incubator is a groundbreaking facility that we are proud to own and help manage.
The Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences can attract and retain leading researchers, in part because of the gift stewardship services offered through the UB Foundation.
An internationally recognized composer thrives at UB, thanks in part to our key role in supporting an endowed chair.
By helping to support endowed chairs, we play a role in attracting some of the world’s top researchers and leaders to UB–including Anne B. Curtis, MD.
The UB Foundation played a pivotal role in the creation of the Murchie Family Fieldhouse, including advancing funds that allowed construction to proceed earlier than anticipated, and administering donor gifts for the facility.