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News about UB research and outreach relating to societal issues such as bullying, domestic violence, human rights, gender, diversity and inclusion. (see all topics)

10/16/17

First-of-its-kind database developed and maintained at UB will help governing bodies around the globe develop better food systems planning policies by drawing from legislation already crafted.

10/13/17

Research team is taking what they’ve learned through lab simulations on UB's South Campus and applying the findings to the NFTA’s fleet of buses.

10/12/17

Researchers from UB and Cardiff University were instrumental in creating a special themed issue of the quarterly journal Built Environment focused on food equity, an increasingly important topic in planning and design disciplines.

10/10/17

The non-denominational ceremony and service represent the culmination of approximately nine years of devoted work.

10/5/17

A new study by researchers at UB provides a groundbreaking look at how advance care planning medical orders inform emergency medical service providers’ experiences involving people with intellectual disabilities.

10/4/17

Findings show that so-called overdose drug is saving lives, and that expanding access to more first responders is key, researchers say.

10/3/17

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded Chris St. Vil, an assistant professor in the UB School of Social Work, a grant  to conduct a literature review on recurrent violent injury.

9/26/17

The Research Institute on Addictions and faculty from the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences will lead a UB effort to combat the opioid crisis in New York State.

9/25/17

Faculty members from the UB’s School of Social Work will join colleagues from 10 SUNY campuses in various disciplines and five not-for-profit organizations to work on an innovative project to create a sustainable village and learning community in the town of Arcahaie, Haiti.

9/21/17

A distinguished group of scholars, filmmakers and artists will join many descendants of authors of slave narratives at UB for community events, conversations and workshops on racial justice and public history Oct. 19-21.