UB in the News

3/23/18

U.S. News & World Report quotes Liesl Folks, dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, in article offering tips to international graduate students applying to colleges in the U.S.

3/21/18

Discover Magazine quotes UB physics professor Will Kinney on renowned scientist Stephen Hawking’s last paper, which deals the “multiverse,” a motley collection of universes that exist simultaneously.

3/17/18

An article in USA Today about the collapse of a pedestrian bridge in Miami interviews Amjad Aref, a researcher in UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

3/16/18

Medical News Today reports on a study led by UB researcher Zhen Yan, who has shown that an approved anticancer drug can significantly restore the social deficits associated with autism spectrum disorder in mice.

3/15/18

The Washington Post quotes Charles Ewing, professor of law, who questioned a Pennsylvania lawmaker's plan for legislation that would fine parents up to $750 if their child is a habitual bully.

3/12/18

The Oregonian reports on research by Shira Gabriel, associate professor of psychology, that showed the role that Donald Trump’s reality shows played in his election as president.

3/8/18

An Associated Press article about the strike by West Virginia teacher unions interviews UB researcher Tom Ramming, who attributed much of West Virginia’s impact to its statewide scope.

3/5/18

UB researcher Julie Bowker was the first to show that a type of social withdrawal could have a positive effect, particularly on creativity, reports the BBC.

3/2/18

While seemingly crazy, most superstitions derive from three universal principles across all cultures, Phillips Stevens Jr., associate professor of anthropology, tells Business Insider.

2/26/18

UB researcher Jessica Kruger tells England’s The Guardian about her studies involving the health effects of television binge-watching.