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Career Services' Arlene Kaukus says these tips are helpful for anyone — not just job seekers — looking to improve their day-to-day interactions.
The discussion is among the events the department is sponsoring to launch its BA in criminology.
The Emmy Award-winning comedy writer will be working with students as part of an Arts Collaboratory program.
"See It Through Buffalo" is an official selection of the inaugural UN-Habitat Better Cities Film Festival.
Jim P. Zheng, a recognized leader in battery technology, has been named an Empire Innovation Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering.
The dean of the School of Law received the bar association's highest academic award for her work in insurance law.
UB researchers analyzed the psychological profiles of college students to see which personality traits led to different kinds of computer hacking.
The discovery of novel melatonin receptor molecules may make possible therapies for such circadian rhythm disburbances as jet lag, shift work, depression and sleep disorders.
The Erie County health commissioner provided an update on the declining number of overdose deaths to a School of Nursing forum.
The research builds on evidence that the last mammoths on a lonely Arctic island suffered from a variety of genetic defects.
Jason Niu will use the funding to study the association between early-life secondhand smoke exposure and cardiovascular issues in midlife and beyond.
Third-year students Rachel Vicario and Darian Wilkom are representing UB at a major legal mediation competition in Paris.
The focus of the event is to provide free care to children who lack access to dental care.
A patient gets a high-five and a reassuring smile.
The photo booth is always popular.
The event is staffed by faculty, staff and students from the dental school, as well as volunteers from the community.
While they wait for their appointments, kids enjoy games and hands-on activities.
A patient has her hands full.
A child waits for her goodie bag containing a free lunchbox, toothbrush, floss and toothpaste.
Going to the dentist is not so bad after all!
Hundreds of Western New York children descended upon the School of Dental Medicine on Feb. 7 for the annual Give Kids A Smile Day. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki
Published February 10, 2020
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown proclaimed Jan. 31 as UB Football Day during a visit to City Hall by members of the team, coach Lance Leipold and Athletics Director Mark Alnutt.
Two undergraduates listen to the dreamy baritone of Frank Sinatra, one of the most popular singers during the 1940s-60s, in the Norton Union. Photo courtesy of University Archives
Published February 14, 2020
Good Morning America interviews Vanessa Barnabei, about women turning to doctors on TikTok for health information.
An article in The Buffalo News quotes Timothy Murphy about how the grant will help UB improve medical care in Buffalo and beyond.
An article in Yahoo News quotes Jim Campbell about how the "tide" of the U.S. presidential election could be turning for "leftists."