News Releases

8/10/20

Researchers in UB's School of Social Work have created an online resource to guide instructors who are transitioning their classrooms from a traditional seated environment to remote learning.

8/10/20

Errors have been extinguished and turnaround time has declined drastically, according to Brockport officials.

8/6/20

Scientists exploring the nature of immunity after vaccination against Streptococcus pneumoniae have discovered that a type of white blood cell called neutrophils plays a more critical role than was previously known.

8/5/20

UB sociologist’s research suggests that factors contributing to one behavior are similar to those contributing to the other.

  

Faculty Experts

6/18/18

Mark Bartholomew

Professor of Law

Expertise: intellectual property, copyright, trademarks, cyber law, cybersecurity bills (such as SOPA and CISPA), net neutrality, advertising law

Phone: 716-645-5959

Email: bartholo@buffalo.edu

12/8/16

Adel Sadek

Professor of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering

Expertise: traffic, applying information technology to crash risk, border-crossings, environmental effects, infrastructure and land-use design, traffic in bad weather

Phone: 716-645-4367

Email: asadek@buffalo.edu

  

UB in the News

8/6/20

The New York Times published an article on the many different symptoms of COVID-19. The article highlighted a UB study led by Brian Clemency, showed that of 961 health care workers who were tested for Covid-19, anosmia (loss of smell) was the most predictive symptom, but it wasn’t foolproof.

8/5/20

Business Insider included Erin Hatton, in an article featuring 14 labor expert’s ideas for re-empowering American workers during the pandemic.

8/3/20

A story in the Christian Science Monitor interviewed Victoria Wolcott about young women of color taking the reins of grassroots protests against racism and for an end to police violence.

7/29/20

NPR interviews Katarzyna Kordas, about a new UNICEF and Pure Earth report showing that about one in three children globally have been exposed to lead at levels shown to damage their health and cognitive development.

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