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Awards

News about awards and recognition earned by UB and members of our community.

12/11/13

Federal funding is still the gold standard for biomedical research but during the past decade and especially as a result of sequestration, many young investigators are conducting research that is supported largely by private, not government, organizations.

12/9/13

Lilliam Malavé will lead a troupe of UB students and Western New York educators who will learn the Mandarin language and culture while living with families in Beijing this summer, thanks to a Fulbright-Hays award funded by the U.S. Department of Education.

H. influenzae
12/9/13

UB scores a perfect 10 on NIH grant application and is awarded multi-million dollar grant to study bacterium.

12/5/13

Michael Frone, PhD, senior research scientist at the University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions, has been named a Fellow of the Society of Addiction Psychology.

12/4/13

Grants will advance the creation of a sculptural habitat for birds and bats, and allow for continued work on a home filled with imaginary cityscapes crafted from found objects.

12/2/13

Phillip Tucciarone, a University at Buffalo chemical and biological engineering student, has won a Marshall Scholarship, one of the most prestigious scholarships awarded annually to U.S. college students.

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11/26/13

The awards, given to early-career investigators, illustrate the value that recent hires bring to UB.

11/22/13

The University at Buffalo School of Management named Christopher H. Koch, CEO of New Era Cap Co., the 2013 Buffalo Niagara Executive of the Year.

11/21/13

A team of five undergraduate students in the University at Buffalo School of Management will share a $1,000 prize as winners of the 10th annual Challenge, the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) case competition.

Paras Prasad in front of a blue and green backdrop.
11/18/13

UB Professor Paras Prasad's pioneering work in biophotonics could lead to health care improvements like ultrasensitive biomaging and light-activated therapies.