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Anon E. Mouse writes "Losing Informatics is an article from the UB student magazine Generation. The ax fell on UB's Informatics program without much warning, and the University has moved on. That much is clear.
Some former faculty members have suggested that the Informatics program never got the money and people it needed to thrive. The administration has defended its actions, downplaying the drama.
But questions remain among former students and faculty of the school. UB personnel haven't openly spoken about why they chose to "reorganize" the Informatics majors and close the school, or, why they did so without warning. Why did the School of Informatics close? And what does this mean for UB students and UB as a whole?"