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News Releases

2/10/16

There is thread of environmental anxiety present in Percy Bysshe Shelley’s poem “Mont Blanc,” a prescient mirror image of humanity’s ecological course 200 years after it was written

2/10/16

Political divisions in American politics are deep and real, yet the idea persists that America is a moderate nation and that most Americans are moderates, according to two UB political scientists.

2/10/16

Marco Rubio is still the candidate most likely to unify the Republican party and secure the nomination in November, says James Campbell.

2/10/16

The chemicals’ endurance may pose a threat to the environment and human health.

  

Faculty Experts

11/12/15

Barbara Wejnert

Associate Professor of Transnational Studies

Expertise: spread of democracy since 1800, democratic transitions and sustainability, Eastern European politics and political movements, democracy and inequality in a globalized world

Phone: 716-645-2327 (ext. 1087), 607-379-8175

Email: bwejnert@buffalo.edu

11/12/15

Henry Louis Taylor Jr.

Director of the Center for Urban Studies

Expertise: urban development, housing, gentrification, distressed neighborhoods, shrinking cities, race and class, U.S.-Cuba relations

Phone: 716-829-5458

Email: htaylor@buffalo.edu

  

UB in the News

2/9/16

An article in the New York Times Magazine about the New Hampshire primary and its importance to Republican candidates quotes James Campbell.

2/9/16

Jared Aldstadt in quoted in USA Today about the growing number of Zika cases in the U.S.

2/8/16

An article in Sports Business Journal about Jeremy Jacobs talks about his generous financial contributions to UB.

2/8/16

Marcus Bursik is quoted in Live Science about plans considered for turning off two of the three waterfalls that make up Niagara Falls.

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