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8/26/15

“Doorhanger” kits containing safety reminders and tips on how to be a good neighbor will be distributed to more than 2,300 homes surrounding the UB’s South Campus from 3-5:30 p.m. today.

8/26/15
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Customers are more likely to purchase food products when grocers use food traceability systems to show where and how the food was produced and shipped, according to new research from the University at Buffalo School of Management.
8/26/15
BUFFALO, N.Y. – An anonymous gift to the University at Buffalo Blue and White Fund is honoring Edmond J. Gicewicz, MD, a member of the UB Athletics Hall of Fame and longtime friend and supporter of UB Athletics.
8/25/15

A guy walks into a major American research university and tells the English department he wants to study comedy as part of his major.

8/25/15

Thousands of students and parents will arrive on campus this week to enjoy the events of Opening Weekend, a fun-filled UB tradition.

8/25/15

For average investors who are in equity markets for the long run, there is little need for concern, says UB's Cristian Tiu.

8/24/15
BUFFALO, N.Y. —  The University at Buffalo School of Management’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi was once again lauded as one of the best in the world, accepting several awards at the organization’s annual meeting, held Aug. 6-8 in Milwaukee.
8/24/15

How do the rigors of police work — from traumatic sights and sounds, to long work shifts and high demand levels — affect officers? A UB study seeks to answer that very important question.

8/24/15

The University at Buffalo released this statement today in response to media queries about the status of three of UB’s student athletes.

8/20/15

Economic well-being for low-income families in the U.S. is often determined by basic requirements for essentials such as food, shelter and clothing, but a new UB study suggests that such a definition is unrealistically narrow.