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10/20/17

UB chemist’s crystal-growing contest gives kids nationwide a chance to shine.

10/20/17

Animated films provide opportunities for parents to discuss end-of-life issues with their children, according to new UB research.

10/20/17

UB engineer Kemper Lewis says major public and private investment is needed so the U.S. is not left behind.

10/19/17

Bush White House CIO Theresa Payton talked about the state of cybersecurity and offered tips on keeping data safe during a DSS lecture at UB.

10/19/17

Participants in the latest Difficult Conversation are told that free speech issues in sports increasingly reflect those in the greater society.

10/19/17

The searchable tool allows governing bodies around the globe to see what others have already done.

10/18/17

UB sociologist Mark Gottdiener examines Stephen Paddock's mass killing spree through the lens of the city's excessive indulgence.

10/18/17

NASA scientist Kristin Poinar, whose study on the Greenland Ice Sheet made headlines early in 2017, joins the geology faculty in January.

10/18/17

The university is one of five recipients of a Prevention Excellence Award from the Campus Prevention Network.

10/17/17

UB researchers served as guest editors of a themed issue of Built Environment that focuses on equity in food systems planning.

10/17/17

The $450,000 grant to UB engineer Jun Xia will help improve imaging for women with dense breast tissue.

10/17/17

UB will recognize outstanding performance by faculty and staff in 2017 at the annual Celebration of Faculty and Staff Excellence.

Countdown to Celebration 45

Enjoy this preview of the Zodiaque Dance Company's fall concert, running through Sunday in the Drama Theatre in the Center for the Arts. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published October 19, 2017

The momentum continues

In his annual State of the University address, President Satish K. Tripathi looked back on a year highlighted by groundbreaking research, internationally recognized scholarship and a new home for the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

10/20/17

A bagpiper plays at the monument marking the site in Assumption Cemetery on Grand Island where the remains of 372 people were reinterred earlier this month. The remains had been buried between the mid-19th and early-20th centuries on the grounds of the former Erie County Poorhouse near the South Campus. Read the story. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki