2/14/20

"See It Through Buffalo" is an official selection of the inaugural UN-Habitat Better Cities Film Festival.

2/14/20

The discussion is among the events the department is sponsoring to launch its BA in criminology.

2/14/20

Career Services' Arlene Kaukus says these tips are helpful for anyone — not just job seekers — looking to improve their day-to-day interactions.

2/13/20

Jim P. Zheng, a recognized leader in battery technology, has been named an Empire Innovation Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering.

2/13/20

The Emmy Award-winning comedy writer will be working with students as part of an Arts Collaboratory program.

2/12/20

The dean of the School of Law received the bar association's highest academic award for her work in insurance law.

2/12/20

UB researchers analyzed the psychological profiles of college students to see which personality traits led to different kinds of computer hacking.

2/11/20

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.

2/11/20

The Erie County health commissioner provided an update on the declining number of overdose deaths to a School of Nursing forum.

2/10/20

The research builds on evidence that the last mammoths on a lonely Arctic island suffered from a variety of genetic defects.

2/10/20

Jason Niu will use the funding to study the association between early-life secondhand smoke exposure and cardiovascular issues in midlife and beyond.

2/10/20

Third-year students Rachel Vicario and Darian Wilkom are representing UB at a major legal mediation competition in Paris.

Smiles for miles

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

UB Football Visits the Mayor's Office.

Hail to the team

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.

A male and female student listen to Sinatra in the Norton Union.

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

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