Regional Institute moves to Downtown Gateway

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Kate Foster says the Regional Institute's new offices in the UB Downtown Gateway will improve collaboration among the unit's employees, as well as its community.

UB continues to expand its presence in downtown Buffalo with last month’s move of the UB Regional Institute to the UB Downtown Gateway.

The institute, a unit of the UB Law School that conducts interdisciplinary research and policy studies, moved in mid-November from its former home in historic Beck Hall on the South Campus to newly renovated space on the third floor of the gateway, the former M. Wile Building at 77 Goodell St.

Beck Hall will become the new home to administrative offices, including the Dean’s Office, for the School of Nursing.

The institute plans to celebrate its new home at an open house from 4-6 p.m. Dec. 15.

Also housed in the UB Downtown Gateway are the administrative offices of UBMD, the practice plan for more than 450 faculty physicians, and staff in UB’s new Office of Economic Engagement, a part of the Division of External Affairs.

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