Brian Carter and Annette LeCuyer, both professors of architecture in the School of Architecture and Planning, are being honored for the awareness they’ve raised of Canadian architecture through publishing.
UB’s Community for Global Health Equity (CGHE) has announced the winning research teams from its inaugural Ideas Lab workshop — “Seeding Food Equity for Global Health” (FEIL) — which was held in late January.
The UB School of Law has developed an innovative graduate law program that recognizes the global nature of legal practice and the need for skilled attorneys to guide clients through cross-border interactions.
The University at Buffalo’s aspiration to become a “top-producing Fulbright institution” took another significant step forward this month when a record number of undergraduates were chosen as recipients of Fulbright awards.
In honor of Buffalo being named host city for the Gaelic Games, the most popular sports tournament in Ireland, the UB Libraries is bringing the work and life of famed Irish author James Joyce to a wider audience.
South Africa’s Cape Floristic Region is one of the richest repositories of plant life in the world. Now, a team of scientists including University at Buffalo biogeographer Adam Wilson has won a United Nations (U.N.) data prize for creating a digital tool for monitoring threats to this biological jewel.
For the 15th straight year, UB is among the top 25 U.S. institutions hosting international students. UB is ranked No. 21 by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in the institute’s 2017 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange.