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Parking is available in several lots surrounding Davis Hall. Below, please find directions that lead to the Jarvis A and B lot, closest to Davis Hall. Handicapped parking is available in the Furnas Lot, marked on the accompanying map. No on campus parking restrictions apply after 3:00 p.m.

From Coventry Entrance (Off of Millersport Highway Rt. 263): [Blue route on map] Turn immediately left onto Augspurger Rd. Continue on Augspurger until you reach Hadley Rd, turn right onto Hadley Rd. Take Hadley until reaching White Rd, then turn right onto White Rd. Continue on White Rd, turn left onto Hamilton Entrance, and turn right into the Jarvis A lot.

From Rensch Entrance (Off of Sweet Home Road): [Purple route on map] Take Rensch Rd until you reach the John James Audobon Parkway. Turn left onto Audobon Parkway. Continue on Audobon until you reach the Hamilton Entrance, and turn right. Turn right into the Jarvis A lot.

From Flint Entrance (Off of Maple Rd): [Green route on map] Turn onto Flint Rd, heading North until you reach the John James Audubon Parkway turn left onto the Audubon Parkway and continue until you reach White Rd, turn right onto White Rd and continue until you reach Hamilton Entrance, turn left onto Hamilton Entrance, and turn right into the Jarvis A lot.


Summer Lecture Series

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The 2013 UBThisSummer lecture series marks our eighth year as one of the premier lecture series in Western New York. Each year, we feature an outstanding lineup of UB faculty who share their enthusiasm and knowledge about an amazing array of topics. These free public lectures are an excellent opportunity to hear from a diverse selection of researchers from all over campus.

For 2013, we will be featuring our broad engagement in research pertaining to The Environment. With topics ranging from global warming to the great lakes, the 2013 UBThisSummer Lecture Series will showcase an exciting cross section of UB’s innovative ongoing research.

All lectures are free and open to the public.




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