Information for Faculty and Staff

Our Faculty Portal includes information on Academic Affairs, Academic Integrity, Academic Progression Policies, Accreditation Standards, Admissions Reviewer Resources, Bylaws, Curriculum Policies, Faculty Advising Resources, the Pharmacist Patient Care Process (PPCP), Reserving Rooms in Kapoor Hall, Technology Resources, and the UB Branding Initiative.

11/29/17
As faculty members within the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, you help the school realize its mission of improving health through innovation and leadership in pharmacy education, clinical practice and research.
10/9/18
Log in to update and manage your faculty profile.
7/19/18
To request school-based IT service or to reserve equipment, contact pharm-repair@buffalo.edu. 
9/27/18
The Office of External Affairs manages internal and external communications and activities for the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
12/19/17
We offer a variety of resources to support your research responsibilities.
3/15/18
We offer a variety of resources to support your teaching, curriculum design, assessment and advising responsibilities.

FERPA is the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act to protect student information. Students' education records are protected under FERPA. It mandates that students are allowed to inspect their education records and limit others from reviewing that information without their permission. See FERPA. University staff and faculty are educated on how to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of employee, applicant, student and donor information. University staff and faculty are required to complete a “Handling Data Safely at UB” course.

Students must submit the FERPA Information Disclosure Consent form to authorize or revoke authorization to release academic and financial information to others. Students must complete the form in the presence of a university employee who must validate the student’s identity or be notarized if the student is unable to come to campus. The form can then be submitted to the Office of the Registrar, Student Accounts, or Financial Aid, or advising office and will be recorded in HUB. A positive service indicator in HUB will appear to communicate this release. 

In an emergency, the university will post announcements at this website, along with updates about changes in essential services and information about resources available to the university community. Remember that it may take time in an emergency for authorities to determine the facts. Do not call 911 or UB Police for general information, as this will delay response to the emergency. This site will provide new details as quickly as possible.

In an emergency, the university will post announcements at this website, along with updates about changes in essential services and information about resources available to the university community. Remember that it may take time in an emergency for authorities to determine the facts. Do not call 911 or UB Police for general information, as this will delay response to the emergency. This site will provide new details as quickly as possible.

UB believes that minimizing your concerns and stress, at work or at home, contributes to a better workplace for everyone. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) consultants can guide and offer you support. Explore these opportunities or suggest others to meet your needs.