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News Releases

9/4/15

The court had a chance to limit the inflammatory nature of the ruling with a fine, but chose not to says UB's Michael Boucai.

9/3/15

What would you consider to be the Top 10 books that a college student should read? UB English professor Ken Dauber has an answer.

9/3/15

UB-led team awarded grant to insert palladium nanoparticles into a membrane that removes greenhouse gases from the fossil fuel.

9/3/15

The decision by a federal judge to overturn New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for deflating footballs is “highly unusual, especially within the NFL’s collective bargaining context,” according to UB's Nellie Drew.

  

Faculty Experts

7/9/15

Michael J. Poulin

Associate Professor of Psychology

Expertise: empathy, human generosity, stress, caregiving

Phone: 716-645-0518

Email: mjpoulin@buffalo.edu

7/9/15

Robert Silverman

Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning

Expertise: shrinking cities, fair housing, affordable housing, gentrification, community development, nonprofit organizations, community-based organizations in urban neighborhoods

Phone: 716-829-5882

Email: rms35@buffalo.edu

  

UB in the News

8/31/15

If students sign up and take their academics seriously, they'll finish in four years or we'll pay tuition for any additional courses, says UB's Andrew Stott.

8/28/15

The human logo symbolizes, for each student, joining together as part of the UB community, says UB's Dennis Black.

8/27/15

UB's Despina Stratigakos recounts how Hitler's inner circle worked to reinvent his image from a solitary oddball to a statesman in her new book, "Hitler at Home."

8/26/15

By making this costume, says UB's Jonathan Katz, there's a real danger that a serious issue is trivialized.

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