News Releases

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

3/7/19

Starting this fall, the innovative Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Management will arm students with the business and technical skills that companies are demanding in the digital age.

3/7/19

New research illuminates some basic properties of these eccentric marvels of biology.

3/7/19

Amherst Central High School and the UB Graduate School of Education will team up for what may be the first-ever celebration in a Western New York school of International Women’s Day

3/6/19

Public will be invited to view a working draft of a large-scale physical model depicting the park’s evolving re-design.

3/6/19

Community members have played a major role in both the Tonawanda Coke Soil Study and the Environmental Health Study for Western New York since these two separate court-ordered studies began.

3/6/19

The ongoing controversy and “continuing concern” of athletes’ speaking out and demonstrating on societal and government issues is the focus of “Freedom of Expression: The First Amendment and Athletics,” a panel discussion to be held at UB March 7.

3/4/19

Junior architecture students developed their own laufmaschines in studio  to research issues of personal transportation, climate resilience and structural techniques.

3/4/19

Researchers show that they can quickly measure a protein’s microscopic movements, opening new possibilities in medical research.

3/1/19

Molly Crabapple, an internationally acclaimed author, journalist and artist, will deliver the keynote address on March 8 to open this year’s installment of “Humanities to the Rescue” at UB.

3/1/19

The University at Buffalo is recruiting patients for a 12-week, randomized, placebo-controlled drug trial for the first treatment designed to benefit patients with mild-to-moderate Parkinson's disease dementia.