UB Making a Difference


The leadership philosophy can help women overcome gendered stereotypes regarding leadership, a UB study has found.


The Community Health Equity Research Institute brings together community partners and UB faculty and students to improve the health of underserved neighborhoods.


Student volunteers with UB HEALS distributed boots and provided much-needed foot care at a clinic at Holy Cross Shelter.


The UB biochemist will lead the Council of Faculty and Academic Societies of the Association of American Medical Colleges.


A $100,000 grant will support work to incorporate universal design principles into initiatives that are crucial to seniors.


For the 17th consecutive year, UB ranks among the top 25 U.S. institutions hosting international students.


GSE professor Tiffany Karalis Noel also says good women mentors are instrumental in fostering that sense of belonging.


Kang Guot has traveled a long and arduous path to UB’s Graduate School of Education.


UB’s Summer Math Program helps middle school girls improve their skills while making math fun, engaging and useful.


Targeting the “underserved” needs of veterans, the School of Law has launched a series of programs and courses to address veterans’ legal concerns.


UB will share in a $2.9M grant awarded to Say Yes Buffalo to increase college completion rates for Buffalo Public Schools graduates.


Municipal swimming pools and urban amusement parks flourished in the 20th century. But often their success was based on excluding African Americans, UB’s Victoria Wolcott says.


Initiative between UB School of Dental Medicine and Seneca Nation Health System introduces Native American students to careers in dentistry.


Researchers cite Big Tobacco's marketing stronghold on African American smokers among reasons why this group is 12% less likely to quit.


UBNow continues its series on the new generation of student leaders with a story on Mame Salim, who was born in a refugee camp in Kenya and is a role model in the local refugee community.


The new book by UB faculty member Cecil Foster shows the impact of the sleeping car porters on the civil rights movements in the U.S. and Canada.