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In this podcast, reference archivist Bill Offhaus speaks with Denise Wolfe, communications outreach officer for UB Libraries, about the 100th anniversary of Samuel P. Capen’s inauguration as the university’s first full-time chancellor. Bill and Denise discuss the ways in which Capen’s philosophy, initiatives and leadership have created a lasting legacy at UB.
A new exhibition, on the 3rd floor of Silverman Library, highlights events that have occurred both nationally and at UB to tell the story of Title IX.
A new exhibition, on the 3rd floor of Silverman Library, highlights the origins of one of Buffalo's most famous landmarks, the Richardson Olmsted Campus.