Two financial accounting experts will speak at the University at
Buffalo School of Management as part of this year’s Helen and
Oscar Sufrin Lectureship in Accounting on Oct. 20 in the Center for
Tomorrow on UB’s North Campus.
If a person is dually diagnosed with a severe mental illness and
a substance abuse problem, are improvements in their mental health
or in their substance abuse most likely to reduce the risk of
The rise of the Digital Age has left people, businesses,
government agencies and critical infrastructure vulnerable to data
theft and Internet-based threats. To examine this relatively new
phenomenon, the University at Buffalo has launched “Digital
Challenges,” a new lecture series centered on the promise and
pitfalls of digital communication.
When your team of financial aid specialists can raise the
percent of Buffalo high school students successfully completing the
all-important financial aid application by 61 percent in a few
months, you do the reasonable thing: You try to reach more
Carl Lund, PhD, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor in the
University at Buffalo Department of Chemical and Biological
Engineering, was named a fellow of the American Institute of
Chemical Engineers (AIChE).
Human societies invest color with intense meanings. Color,
like gender, is associated with virtually all aspects of identity:
health, emotions, intelligence, status, class, race, nation,
religion, and aesthetic taste.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Patients with chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease (COPD) report improved symptoms and health status
when they use a hand-held respiratory device called the Lung
Flute®, according to a new study by the University at
Buffalo. Usually caused by smoking, COPD, which includes chronic
bronchitis and emphysema, is the third leading cause of death in
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