A front page article in the Buffalo News reports on the Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Disorders Center, a project of UB's neurology department based in the Jacobs Neurological Institute in Buffalo General Hospital, which opened for patients just a few months ago.
A story on YNN profiles Timothy Murphy, director of the Clinical and Translational Research Center, about the new UB-Kaleida Health building on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus that will house the CTRC on its top floors.
A full-page feature in the Buffalo News features Soledad O'Brien, anchor of CNN's morning show "Starting Point," who will speak in Kleinhans Music Hall on Thursday as part of UB's 36th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Event.
An article in TIME Magazine reports on the change of heart Lewis Mandell, professor emeritus of finance and managerial economics and former dean of the UB School of Management, says he has had about teaching kids about money in the classroom.
The editorial, "UB Union is Mistaken," criticizes the Buffalo Center Chapter of United University Professions, the union representing academic and professional staff at UB, for last month's referendum calling on UB to drop out of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership and the Business Council of New York State.
In a story about how during difficult economic times the average television viewer may resent the "1 percent" yet be drawn to serial dramas about them, Parade Magazine turns to UB's Elayne Rapping to help explain viewer behavior.
A story on NPR's Innovation Trail reports UB is piloting a new program that guarantees students will finish in the traditional time frame of four years, or the university will pick up the remaining tuition.