UB Police Officer Stacy Tuberdyke, BA ’99, (left) and UB adjunct professor Shannon Carlin, PhD ’06, MA ’01, EdM ’99 & BA ’97, square off under their respective monikers—Tuesday Hula and Dr. Dementer—as members of the Queen City Roller Girls.
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Celebrated pediatrician offers sure-fire techniques for calming young children
Visual artist Steven Kurtz rebounds after lengthy legal battle
Colleagues, friends and former students recall life of William R. Greiner
Program helps breast cancer survivors bolster strength and spirit
Historic master plan offers guidelines for UB’s growth and transformation
Attorney and philanthropist combines passion for UB with concern for region
Triathlete and Hollywood executive relishes racing on a world level
Savvy Manhattan consultant serves politicians and corporate clients
Enjoy faculty and staff profiles from the UB Reporter
Web edition preparation by Paula Gainey and Mike Sabatino
England's Daily Mail reports on a UB study that found that babies that get upset more easily and take longer to calm down may be at higher risk for obesity.
An aritcle on ABC News about Trump's complicated relationship with the media quotes James Campbell .
An Associated Press story quotes John Tomaszewski about the growing uses for donated bodies.