News Releases


Marijuana use episodes among couples who frequently use the drug increase the likelihood of experiencing intimacy events, according to the results of a University at Buffalo-led study.


Since Folks joined UB in 2012, the school has added 75 faculty, 2,700 students, two new departments and diversity and inclusiveness programs.


Stuart Evans researches how airborne sediments can impact climate, influencing patterns of precipitation and drought.


The panel discussion will focus on how the community and UB’s partners can address health care disparities through education, research and clinical care.


Faculty Experts


Surajit Sen

Professor of Physics

Expertise: wave behavior, granular systems, quasi-equilibrium, nonequilibrium and chaotic phenomena, collisions, shock mitigation, sociophysics

Phone: 716-645-6151, 716-907-4961



Carole Emberton

Associate Professor of History

Expertise: Civil War era, Confederate Flag, history of race, slavery, Southern history, racial violence

Phone: 716-645-8405



UB in the News


An article in The Christian Science Monitor about abortion and how terminology and selective bits of context can easily push people from one position to another interviewed Gretchen Ely about these misperceptions. 



An article in The New York Times highlights the research by Robert Adelman, that unauthorized immigration has no effect on violent crime and is associate with lower property crime. 



A Reuters article about a landmark decree issued by Pope Francis that makes bishops directly accountable for sexual abuse or covering it up interviews Christine P. Bartholomew, who studies clergy privilege.  


An Associated Press article about more than 200 women hockey players who have pledged to not play in North America this year until there is a single, economically viable professional league interviews Nellie Drew about what leverage the players possess. 

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