The Humanities Institute sponsors a diverse range of programs and research projects that promote original, theoretically informed thinking and experimental art. The center seeks to create a vibrant intellectual community, both on and off campus.
The Great Lakes Program was established in 1985 to support multidisciplinary efforts to protect and preserve the Great Lakes ecosystem—home to more than 40 million people in the United States and Canada.
The CCR is a leading academic supercomputing facility that maintains a high-performance computing environment, high-end visualization laboratories and support staff with expertise in computing, visualization and networking.
The Baldy Center is an endowed, internationally recognized institute supporting UB graduate students and faculty from 17 academic departments in interdisciplinary research, conferences and scholarship activities.
The Research Institute on Addictions (RIA) has a 40-year history of excellence in scientific research that has earned it a national and international reputation for leadership in the study of alcohol and substance-abuse issues.
The $118 million CTRC, under construction on UB's Downtown Campus, will unify the Buffalo Translational Consortium—14 regional partners dedicated to clinical care, translational research and business incubation.
PhD Excellence Initiative
A campus-wide, student-centric effort to ensure that UB’s PhD programs remain among the strongest in the world.
The veins in a person’s fingers could act as a biometric password. Age discrimination laws may not protect women as well as they do men. The last woolly mammoths on Earth, living on a lonely Arctic island, may have been unable to smell the flowers they ate. These research findings are just a few examples of the knowledge that UB scholars contributed to the world in 2020.