News Releases

All of the latest news about our university. (by topic)

4/26/19

L. Nelson Hopkins, who has transformed the way the medical field thinks about and treats cerebrovascular disorders, will be awarded theNorton Medal, UB’s highest honor, during the 2019 commencement ceremonies being held May 3-19.

4/25/19

An essay published by a UB psychiatrist in JAMA Network about working through issues with the help of a therapist has prompted personal email messages from dozens of physicians from across the U.S. who reached out to share perspectives and their experiences.

 

4/25/19

Trevor Kedge bested a record number of participants to win MoneySKILL Mania, a personal finance competition sponsored by the UB School of Management and M&T Bank.

4/25/19

A University at Buffalo researcher will use a Fulbright scholarship to study how ethnicity and geography affect patients in India diagnosed with the autoimmune disease commonly known as lupus.

 

4/25/19

Law professor Christine Bartholomew’s work helped prompt a state lawmaker to introduce a bill that aims to protect children from abuse.

4/25/19

New degree and certificate programs are coming to the UB College of Arts and Sciences. UB’s Department of Jewish Thought will soon launch its master’s program; the Sociology department now has a bachelor’s degree in criminology; and an Advanced Certificate in Sustainability is offered through the Graduate Interdisciplinary Degree Program.

4/25/19

Corporate partners will work to implement viable student proposals for reducing their carbon footprint.

4/24/19

Toxicology screens don’t detect kratom, but it can cause withdrawal in newborns.

4/23/19

Results underscore an important issue as more states legalize marijuana: the increased need for tailored nutrition education as the population of pot-smokers grows.

4/23/19

UB tops the MAC, and ranks among the top 10 colleges and universities in the nation in green power usage.