UB engineering students are designing and building a spacecraft
that could help transform the future of spaceflight.
Professors Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson have pledged $1
million to support UB students in the creative and performing
School of Public Health and Health Professions challenges UB
community to take 16 million steps during April.
Political scientist James Campbell says Chris Christie's
endorsement of Donald Trump may reinforce feeling Trump's
nomination is inevitable.
Paige Sarlin talks about Thomas Edison's place in the history of
the job interview at the next Scholars@Hallwalls lecture.
Athletics Director Allen Greene today informed the UB Athletics
community that student-athlete Solomon Jackson passed away last
Ryan Muldoon is a core author of a World Bank report on
development policy — an unusual role for a philosopher.
Tom Ulbrich has been named executive director of the new
experiential entrepreneurship program for students at UB.
Two new UB studies are recruiting families and individuals
interested in losing weight or preventing diabetes.
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.
UB partners with National Grid and the BNMC to provide hands-on
STEM experiences for BPS students.
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.
Pianist Eric Huebner will tackle the work of one of the 20th
century's major composers as part of the Scholars on the Road
The Faculty and Professional Staff senates held a historic joint
session to highlight the importance of working together to achieve
UB's Mini Med School is presenting a three-part series on the
opioid epidemic, a vital issue affecting the entire Western New
Zombies don’t have much to say, but two UB researchers are
taking up the slack in a new book.
UB law students are competing at the national Frederick Douglass
Moot Court Competition.
Political scientist James Campbell says that despite Super
Tuesday results, the stakes are too high to count Trump's rivals
out just yet.
The DIFCON12 series aims to engage students in “difficult
conversations” and change the way they think about these
A new study suggests that rivers of hot ash and gas from
supervolcano eruptions move slower than previously thought.
A new study shows how researchers tamed the notoriously fickle
supermaterial by using a 3-D printer and ice.
Peter Rive, co-founder and CTO for SolarCity, will present the
inaugural lecture in the UB RENEW Distinguished Lecture Series.
Empowering women to navigate life's journey is the topic of a
conference sponsored by the EOC.
New works for percussion and electronics will be the focus of
Wednesday’s Black Box Concert.
A study by management professor Yong Li has identified the three
key factors for a successful crowdfunding campaign.
UB officially unveiled Blackstone LaunchPad at UB, a program
designed to introduce entrepreneurship as a viable career option
More than 400 people gathered at UB last week to investigate the
place of mindfulness in higher education.
Tiffany Du Mouchelle brings a love for the stage and passion for
performing to her new role as head of UB's voice program.
A new mini-series, mistrust of police and lack of details
creates a ‘perfect storm’ for public interest, David
A new UB study found that side effects of these drugs weaken
bone growth, a crucial factor for implant success.
Medical geographer Jared Aldstadt says cooler weather should
slow mosquito transmission in Rio.
Eleven companies have been approved for START-UP NY through
their affiliation with UB.
Hundreds of high school students will flood the North Campus
next week during spring break to take part in Science Exploration
SolarCity's co-founder and CTO talked about his company's plans
at the inaugural lecture in the UB RENEW Distinguished Lecture
An intervention program developed by UB researchers can lead to
significant reductions in some of these behaviors.
According to new UB research, dentists are in the unique
position to pinpoint signs of obstructive sleep apnea.
Six members of the UB community were recognized on Wednesday for
outstanding community engagement activities.
UB researchers are beginning an NIH study to determine if
treating a depressed caregiver will improve the child's asthma.
Three doctoral students will receive scholarships in 2016,
thanks to a grant from the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans
UB's Paras Prasad is the 2016 recipient of the SPIE Gold Medal,
the highest honor given by the international society for optics and
President Satish K. Tripathi says extending the program will
keep tuition affordable and provide resources to invest in
A new study from the School of Management shows how consumers
balance food choices.
UB sleep medicine specialist Jennifer Henderson says there's no
need to worry about losing an hour this weekend.
Andrew Winston shared his insights on corporate social
responsibility with UB's Education and Leadership Fellows in
UB's men and women’s basketball teams are going to the
NCAA Tournament after winning their respective MAC tournaments in
SUNY has awarded UB $2.6 million to hire senior faculty to
further research in biomedical engineering, energy and the
Four hundred eighth-graders from Buffalo Public Schools got a
glimpse of career opportunities in STEM at Genome Day.
The Bulls have a new coach and mostly new players this season,
but the outcome is the same: They are NCAA tournament bound.
The UB women's basketball team will take on Ohio State in
Columbus on Friday in its first-ever NCAA Tournament
UB researchers have received a $2 million NIH grant to learn how
these brain injuries affect teens.
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.
The UB men’s basketball team received a spirited send-off
at Alumni Arena as they headed off to the NCAA Tournament.
UB fans without tickets to Providence or Columbus can catch the
action at any number of watch parties.
The UB junior's MAC Tournament-winning shot was the culmination
of a long basketball journey.
Leadership in dining operations is the focus of a conference
this week for college and university food service
A wearable, food-tracking device developed by computer scientist
Wenyao Xu may help fight diabetes, obesity and more.
Several UB graduate and professional programs have been
recognized as among the nation’s best by U.S. News &
Fans filed into Alumni Arena this morning to send off the UB
women’s basketball team to its first appearance in the Big
Nikola Rakicevic's decision to return to UB after the death of
his mother has shown his teammates how to deal with real
UB's trips to the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments
are raising national awareness about what makes UB a great
Bulls fans can show their UB pride by updating their Facebook
cover photo with a NCAA basketball and UB-themed photo frame.
The NCAA tournament is not just a national stage for the
basketball teams; it also offers major exposure for the
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.
The women's basketball program has made significant strides in
Karin Moss' four years with the team.
After more than a quarter-century of coaching, Felisha
Legette-Jack finally gets to return to the NCAA tournament.
Film screenings, symposia and a health summit will address the
myriad issues related to this global problem.
The Coalesce Center for Biological Art aims to examine
biological concepts through a creative lens.
UB's athletic communications staff juggle a thousand things in
Providence — a love every minute of it.
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.
Despite the loss to Miami Thursday night, UB fans are encouraged
about the future of the program.
Although it was the day to wear green, there also was plenty of
UB blue in local taverns yesterday.
UB historian David Herzberg says the current epidemic with
opioids is not as novel as it might appear.
It certainly wasn’t the result they were hoping for, but
UB fans are still proud of the season the women’s basketball
UB fans say women showed grit in taking on a powerful Ohio State
Emma Smith's talk about Shakespeare's First Folio is part of a
yearlong celebration of the Bard's life and work.
Marla Segol's upcoming Scholars@Hallwalls lecture looks at how
and why myths begin and change.
A new UB study sheds light on the “proprioception”
of yeast — the manner in which an organism understands its
Media Study’s speaker series brings in cutting-edge guests
to discuss innovations shaping the new millennium communication
Robert Genco has been presented the Distinguished Scientist
Award for his contributions to periodontal disease research.
UB will honor the Bulls basketball teams for their outstanding
seasons at a rally at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Student Union
Although UB's geology department is known more for its
volcanology program than its planetary sciences, that is
An exhibition opening in the UB Anderson Gallery showcases the
work of World War II veterans at The Art Students League of New
One of the final beams was hoisted on top of the downtown
structure, signaling the end of the steel construction phase.
Faculty and staff can vote to support two UB-affiliated
architecture projects in a global design competition.
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.
The Zodiaque Dance Ensemble, one of several UB resident student
dance companies, presents its spring concert April 1-3.
UB will mark National Public Health Week with events
highlighting issues that are important to improving our nation.
The life story of her mother and grandmother fuels Truman
Scholarship finalist Madelaine Britt's passion for public
The program marks the milestone with the inaugural Creeley
lecture by Nathaniel Mackey and an academic conference.
The contemporary dance company's weeklong visit to UB will
conclude with a public performance.
The former president of Teachers College at Columbia will talk
about the future of teacher and school leader education.
Patient care coordination expert Gerri Lamb will deliver the
School of Nursing’s sixth annual Margaret A. Nelson
In defiance of recent terror attacks, a UB professor is planning
a visit to his native Belgium.
Nursing students and faculty are on a mission to prevent 1,000
heart attacks and strokes in the local community.
The Office of Alumni Engagement has a new assistant vice
president: Kristin Woods, who brings more than 20 years of
experience to the job.
The program includes lectures from top scholars and
presentations about IBM's Watson analytics tool.
UB is at the forefront of a nationwide effort to curb opioid
abuse, a White House fact sheet says.
UB professor develops model to explain why people continue to
fall for phishing scams.
Pharmacists will learn to dispense naloxone — an opioid
overdose antidote — without a prescription to people at risk
for opioid abuse.