UB in the News

4/19/18

Reuters speaks with UB's Heidi Julian about an airline passenger criticized for live-streaming what happened when an engine exploded killing a passenger.

4/17/18

The New York Times reports on student recruitment biases at collleges and references a study by Megan Holland, a researcher in UB's Graduate School of Education.

4/16/18

The Daily Beast quotes law professor Lucinda Finley about freezer malfunctions at two fertility clinics that led to the loss of thousands of eggs and embryos.

4/13/18

In a Newsweek interview, Michael Stefanone, associate professor of communication, says Facebook was not proactive managing the crisis.

4/12/18

BBC's Discover Wildlife interviews biologist Charlotte Lindqvist about her work analyzing “yeti” pelts that were found to belong to brown bears and Asian black bears.

4/11/18

An article in Newsweek by Melanie Green, associate professor of communication, looks at why it’s so stressful to discuss politics with people who hold opposing views.

4/9/18

Popular Science article about self-care – what people do for themselves to establish and maintain health and prevent and deal with illness – interviews Lisa Butler, associate professor of social work.

4/5/18

An article in The Atlantic’s CityLab about angry grassroots reaction to the federal government’s attack on California’s sanctuary state laws interviews Rick Su, professor of law.

4/2/18

An Agence France Presse article about the life and legacy if Martin Luther King Jr. interviews Henry Louis Taylor Jr., director of the UB Center for Urban Studies.

3/30/18

An article in The New York Times reports on research by sociologist Robert Adelman that compared immigration rates with crime rates for 200 metropolitan areas over the last several decades.