Bruce Jackson developed “Breaking Down ‘Breaking
Bad,’” a graduate seminar for the spring 2014 semester,
that will analyze the critically acclaimed series’ realistic
storyline, development and execution.
A University at Buffalo education professor has sided with the
environment in the timeless “nurture vs. nature” debate
after his research found that a child’s ability to read
depends mostly on where that child is born, rather than on his or
her individual qualities.
Kathryn Friedman, director of international research at the University at Buffalo
Regional Institute, will be a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars from September 2013 through
Carnegie Mellon University and the University at Buffalo are
collaborating on a five-year, $4.6 million federally funded project
to advance physical access and public transportation for people
Arun Vishwanath has received a three-year $320,000 grant from
the National Science Foundation to launch a research project to
learn just how people fall victim to cyber-phishing attacks and
what tools can be used to protect them.