Campus News


This week, some of Buffalo’s homeless will receive new boots, socks, foot-care kits and medical consultations when UB HEALS holds a foot clinic.


UB professor Mary Bush published her first novel, “A Simple Lie,” the beginning of her new crime series. The Buffalo-based narrative is loosely based on her career as a forensic dentist and expert witness.


Researchers are working to complete an analysis of whether pollutants found in soil may have originated from Tonawanda Coke.


UB’s international students hail from 95 different countries, including India, China, South Korea, Canada, Iran, Taiwan and Turkey.


The online food pantry service began with a soft launch in April and has been fully operational since the beginning of the fall semester.


UB receives $1.38 million grant to develop teen-driven, anti-bullying program centered on bystander intervention.


Supported by a $1 million National Science Foundation grant, the system will spur research and economic development in electronics, quantum computing and more.


Scheduled to speak at the breakfast are New York State Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes and City of Buffalo Deputy Mayor Ellen Grant.


Seven artists will travel to the University at Buffalo as the fourth cohort of art residents in the UB Coalesce: Center for Biological Art, which helps artists and scientists explore and examine the cultural meanings of their work.