UB Making a Difference

2/28/20

A generation of Puerto Rican chemists has thrived in Buffalo, thanks to the mentorship of UB faculty member Luis Colón.

2/21/20

UB is among 29 programs nationwide to be awarded exemplar status by the American Society of Engineering Education.

1/13/20

The $3 million award will support a new Department of Indigenous Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences.

1/10/20

Self-esteem and university identity are predictors for improved socialization between international and domestic students, a UB study suggests.

1/7/20

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

12/12/19

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

12/10/19

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

12/5/19

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

11/21/19

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

11/19/19

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

10/17/19

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

9/13/19

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

8/30/19

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

7/23/19

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

7/16/19

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

7/11/19

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.