A new report edited by a University at Buffalo sociologist and issued by an international group of Nigerian scholars offers what its authors say is a feasible response to the constitutional crisis in Nigeria.
The University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education has been awarded a five-year, $2.5 million federal grant to provide free continuing-education programs to employees of more than 180 community-based programs providing rehabilitation.
The National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (NCEER), headquartered at the University at Buffalo, has been renamed the Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, a national center of excellence in advanced technology applications.
The first investigation of the role of estrogen metabolism in the development of prostate cancer will begin at the University at Buffalo in October, funded by a $450,000 grant from the U.S. Army's Medical Research and Material Command.
Eleanor V. Millonzi, a longtime organizer and supporter of the arts in Buffalo, has created an exciting opportunity for the University at Buffalo to recruit and educate the best artists/scholars-in-training.
Researchers at the University at Buffalo have shown that when a sold melts, it undergoes two phases changes, including a newly identified liquid phase that has some characteristics of a solid, but which is still technically a liquid.
University at Buffalo faculty members Jin-Yi Cai, Ph.D., professor of computer science, and Nina Y. Fonoroff, visiting assistant professor of media study, have been selected to receive 1998 fellowship awards from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
Researchers at the University at Buffalo are recommending that the presence of only one of the known clinical signs is sufficient reason to conduct a diagnostic test for chorioamnionitis, an inflammation of the fetal membranes that is a risk factor for fetal death.
A new drug-discovery method being developed by University at Buffalo researchers may be able to turn chemical libraries, arrays of compounds synthesized in the lab, into molecular "habitats" where only the most desirable drug candidates survive.
One of the first assessments of the health status of women with disabilities, conducted by University at Buffalo faculty members, has spurred formation of a one-of-a-kind multidisciplinary health-care center for women with disabilities, where physicians provide neurologic, gynecologic and preventive care under one roof.
UB’s World Languages Institute this summer will offer new, two-week introductory courses in five languages -- Hindi, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish -- for children in first through sixth grades.
UB dental researchers are looking for adults ages 18-60 who have facial pain or headaches associated with temporomandibular jaw joint (TMJ) disorders to participate in a new study that will begin July 1.
The World Languages Institute at UB has announced that it will offer a two-semester sequence of the Irish language and a two-semester sequence of American Sign Language, beginning in the Fall 1998 semester.
Humanities One is a course developed last year at the University at Buffalo by SUNY Distinguished Professor Bruce Jackson, Samuel P. Capen Professor of American Culture, is scheduled again for the fall semester.
David A. Martinez, a senior management major and soccer player, has received the 1998 C.C. Furnas Scholar-Athlete Award, which will provide him with a stipend to continue his studies in law school next year.
Charles Patrick Ewing, Ph.D., University at Buffalo forensic psychologist, author, legal consultant and expert witness, will discuss his latest book, "Fatal Families," at a UB Senior Alumni Luncheon on June 10.
While "cost" still heads the shopping list, "environmentally clean" has been added as a factor to be considered when the University at Buffalo shops for electricity now that New York State's electric industry is being deregulated.
WBFO 88.7 FM, the UB’s National Public Radio station, is completing a technical upgrade that will strengthen service to current listeners and extend service to a new population of approximately 100,000 people in Erie, Niagara and Genesee counties, as well as Southern Ontario.
Construction of a 14,500-seat expansion of the University at Buffalo Stadium is scheduled to begin next April and be completed four months later for the university's first home football game at the Division I-A level in the Mid-American Conference.