3/1/16

UB engineering students are designing and building a spacecraft that could help transform the future of spaceflight.

3/1/16

Professors Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson have pledged $1 million to support UB students in the creative and performing arts.

3/1/16

School of Public Health and Health Professions challenges UB community to take 16 million steps during April.

3/1/16

Political scientist James Campbell says Chris Christie's endorsement of Donald Trump may reinforce feeling Trump's nomination is inevitable.

3/1/16

Paige Sarlin talks about Thomas Edison's place in the history of the job interview at the next Scholars@Hallwalls lecture.

3/1/16

Athletics Director Allen Greene today informed the UB Athletics community that student-athlete Solomon Jackson passed away last night.

3/2/16

Ryan Muldoon is a core author of a World Bank report on development policy — an unusual role for a philosopher.

3/2/16

Tom Ulbrich has been named executive director of the new experiential entrepreneurship program for students at UB.

3/2/16

Two new UB studies are recruiting families and individuals interested in losing weight or preventing diabetes.

3/1/16

More than 20 Fortune 500 companies will join 100 local and national companies at this year’s edition of CareerFest, UB’s largest career fair.

3/3/16

UB partners with National Grid and the BNMC to provide hands-on STEM experiences for BPS students.

3/3/16

UB students Matthew Falcone and Lily Talal furthered the case that SUNY investment in student research is well spent during a road trip to Albany.

3/3/16

Pianist Eric Huebner will tackle the work of one of the 20th century's major composers as part of the Scholars on the Road series.

3/2/16

The Faculty and Professional Staff senates held a historic joint session to highlight the importance of working together to achieve UB's goals.

3/4/16

UB's Mini Med School is presenting a three-part series on the opioid epidemic, a vital issue affecting the entire Western New York community.

3/4/16

Zombies don’t have much to say, but two UB researchers are taking up the slack in a new book.

3/4/16

UB law students are competing at the national Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition.

3/3/16

Political scientist James Campbell says that despite Super Tuesday results, the stakes are too high to count Trump's rivals out just yet.

3/7/16

The DIFCON12 series aims to engage students in “difficult conversations” and change the way they think about these subjects.

3/7/16

A new study suggests that rivers of hot ash and gas from supervolcano eruptions move slower than previously thought.

3/7/16

A new study shows how researchers tamed the notoriously fickle supermaterial by using a 3-D printer and ice.

3/4/16

Peter Rive, co-founder and CTO for SolarCity, will present the inaugural lecture in the UB RENEW Distinguished Lecture Series.

3/8/16

Empowering women to navigate life's journey is the topic of a conference sponsored by the EOC.

3/7/16

New works for percussion and electronics will be the focus of Wednesday’s Black Box Concert.

3/8/16

A study by management professor Yong Li has identified the three key factors for a successful crowdfunding campaign.

3/8/16

UB officially unveiled Blackstone LaunchPad at UB, a program designed to introduce entrepreneurship as a viable career option for students.

3/9/16

More than 400 people gathered at UB last week to investigate the place of mindfulness in higher education.

3/9/16

Tiffany Du Mouchelle brings a love for the stage and passion for performing to her new role as head of UB's voice program.

3/8/16

A new mini-series, mistrust of police and lack of details creates a ‘perfect storm’ for public interest, David Schmid says.

3/10/16

A new UB study found that side effects of these drugs weaken bone growth, a crucial factor for implant success.

3/10/16

Medical geographer Jared Aldstadt says cooler weather should slow mosquito transmission in Rio.

3/10/16

Eleven companies have been approved for START-UP NY through their affiliation with UB.

3/9/16

Hundreds of high school students will flood the North Campus next week during spring break to take part in Science Exploration Day.

3/10/16

SolarCity's co-founder and CTO talked about his company's plans at the inaugural lecture in the UB RENEW Distinguished Lecture Series.

3/11/16

An intervention program developed by UB researchers can lead to significant reductions in some of these behaviors.

3/11/16

According to new UB research, dentists are in the unique position to pinpoint signs of obstructive sleep apnea.

3/10/16

Six members of the UB community were recognized on Wednesday for outstanding community engagement activities.

3/14/16

UB researchers are beginning an NIH study to determine if treating a depressed caregiver will improve the child's asthma.

3/11/16

Three doctoral students will receive scholarships in 2016, thanks to a grant from the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare.

3/14/16

UB's Paras Prasad is the 2016 recipient of the SPIE Gold Medal, the highest honor given by the international society for optics and photonics.

3/11/16

President Satish K. Tripathi says extending the program will keep tuition affordable and provide resources to invest in students' education.

3/14/16

A new study from the School of Management shows how consumers balance food choices.

3/11/16

UB sleep medicine specialist Jennifer Henderson says there's no need to worry about losing an hour this weekend.

3/11/16

Andrew Winston shared his insights on corporate social responsibility with UB's Education and Leadership Fellows in Sustainability.

3/13/16

UB's men and women’s basketball teams are going to the NCAA Tournament after winning their respective MAC tournaments in dramatic fashion.

3/15/16

SUNY has awarded UB $2.6 million to hire senior faculty to further research in biomedical engineering, energy and the environment.

3/15/16

Four hundred eighth-graders from Buffalo Public Schools got a glimpse of career opportunities in STEM at Genome Day.

3/14/16

The Bulls have a new coach and mostly new players this season, but the outcome is the same: They are NCAA tournament bound.

3/15/16

The UB women's basketball team will take on Ohio State in Columbus on Friday in its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance.

3/15/16

UB researchers have received a $2 million NIH grant to learn how these brain injuries affect teens.

3/15/16

The UB community can turn out for a "Walk to Victory" on Wednesday to send the women's basketball team off in style as it leaves for its NCAA Tournament game in Columbus.

3/15/16

The UB men’s basketball team received a spirited send-off at Alumni Arena as they headed off to the NCAA Tournament.

3/15/16

UB fans without tickets to Providence or Columbus can catch the action at any number of watch parties.

3/16/16

The UB junior's MAC Tournament-winning shot was the culmination of a long basketball journey.

3/16/16

Leadership in dining operations is the focus of a conference this week for college and university food service professionals.

3/17/16

A wearable, food-tracking device developed by computer scientist Wenyao Xu may help fight diabetes, obesity and more.

3/16/16

Several UB graduate and professional programs have been recognized as among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report.

3/16/16

Fans filed into Alumni Arena this morning to send off the UB women’s basketball team to its first appearance in the Big Dance.

3/17/16

Nikola Rakicevic's decision to return to UB after the death of his mother has shown his teammates how to deal with real hardship.

3/17/16

UB's trips to the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments are raising national awareness about what makes UB a great university.

3/17/16

Bulls fans can show their UB pride by updating their Facebook cover photo with a NCAA basketball and UB-themed photo frame.

3/17/16

The NCAA tournament is not just a national stage for the basketball teams; it also offers major exposure for the universities' bands.

3/17/16

When UB meets Miami tonight, there will be two Kevin Brinkworths sitting side by side in the stands: one sporting blue, the other in orange and green.

3/17/16

The women's basketball program has made significant strides in Karin Moss' four years with the team.  

3/17/16

After more than a quarter-century of coaching, Felisha Legette-Jack finally gets to return to the NCAA tournament.

3/21/16

Film screenings, symposia and a health summit will address the myriad issues related to this global problem.

3/18/16

The Coalesce Center for Biological Art aims to examine biological concepts through a creative lens.

3/17/16

UB's athletic communications staff juggle a thousand things in Providence  — a love every minute of it.

3/17/16

Even though an injury ended Mackenzie Loesing's UB career prematurely, she's been embraced by the team as if she was still part of it.

3/17/16

Despite the loss to Miami Thursday night, UB fans are encouraged about the future of the program.

3/18/16

Although it was the day to wear green, there also was plenty of UB blue in local taverns yesterday.

3/18/16

UB historian David Herzberg says the current epidemic with opioids is not as novel as it might appear.

3/18/16

It certainly wasn’t the result they were hoping for, but UB fans are still proud of the season the women’s basketball team had.

3/18/16

UB fans say women showed grit in taking on a powerful Ohio State team.

3/21/16

Emma Smith's talk about Shakespeare's First Folio is part of a yearlong celebration of the Bard's life and work.

3/21/16

Marla Segol's upcoming Scholars@Hallwalls lecture looks at how and why myths begin and change.

3/22/16

A new UB study sheds light on the “proprioception” of yeast — the manner in which an organism understands its spatial orientation.

3/21/16

Media Study’s speaker series brings in cutting-edge guests to discuss innovations shaping the new millennium communication world.

3/22/16

Robert Genco has been presented the Distinguished Scientist Award for his contributions to periodontal disease research.

3/21/16

UB will honor the Bulls basketball teams for their outstanding seasons at a rally at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Student Union lobby.

3/23/16

Although UB's geology department is known more for its volcanology program than its planetary sciences, that is changing.

3/23/16

An exhibition opening in the UB Anderson Gallery showcases the work of World War II veterans at The Art Students League of New York.

3/22/16

One of the final beams was hoisted on top of the downtown structure, signaling the end of the steel construction phase.

3/24/16

Faculty and staff can vote to support two UB-affiliated architecture projects in a global design competition.

3/22/16

The UB community came out to congratulate the two teams responsible for Buffalo's March Madness at a rally in the Student Union this afternoon.

3/24/16

The Zodiaque Dance Ensemble, one of several UB resident student dance companies, presents its spring concert April 1-3.

3/25/16

UB will mark National Public Health Week with events highlighting issues that are important to improving our nation.

3/28/16

The life story of her mother and grandmother fuels Truman Scholarship finalist Madelaine Britt's passion for public service.

3/24/16

The program marks the milestone with the inaugural Creeley lecture by Nathaniel Mackey and an academic conference.

3/28/16

The contemporary dance company's weeklong visit to UB will conclude with a public performance.

3/24/16

The former president of Teachers College at Columbia will talk about the future of teacher and school leader education.  

3/24/16

Patient care coordination expert Gerri Lamb will deliver the School of Nursing’s sixth annual Margaret A. Nelson Lecture.

3/25/16

In defiance of recent terror attacks, a UB professor is planning a visit to his native Belgium.

3/25/16

Nursing students and faculty are on a mission to prevent 1,000 heart attacks and strokes in the local community.

3/25/16

The Office of Alumni Engagement has a new assistant vice president: Kristin Woods, who brings more than 20 years of experience to the job.

3/25/16
Faculty members and guests celebrated the more than 95 UB authors and editors who produced in excess of 90 volumes over the past two years as part of a ceremony held Thursday.
3/28/16

The program includes lectures from top scholars and presentations about IBM's Watson analytics tool.

3/29/16

UB is at the forefront of a nationwide effort to curb opioid abuse, a White House fact sheet says.

3/29/16

UB professor develops model to explain why people continue to fall for phishing scams.

3/29/16

Pharmacists will learn to dispense naloxone — an opioid overdose antidote — without a prescription to people at risk for opioid abuse.