1/17/20

Law professor Errol Meidinger talks about his new book that examines a big-picture approach to improving climate change, agriculture and sports.

1/17/20

UB biomedical engineer Anirban Dutta and colleagues are testing their “MindEye” device as an early predictor of Alzheimer’s.  

1/16/20

The India-based Madras Diabetes Research Foundation will honor the SUNY Distinguished Professor with its 2020 Life Time Contribution Award.

1/16/20

A UB scientist’s background in computer modeling made his advancement of combining existing approaches seem an obvious “chocolate and peanut butter moment.”

1/15/20

A UB professor and two alums are co-authors of a study in the New England Journal of Medicine that identified vitamin E acetate as a likely culprit.

1/15/20

By placing grad students in Buffalo Public Schools classrooms for a full school year, the program aims to boost teacher retention and diversity rates.

1/15/20

Although Pope Francis removed the papal secrecy rule, more barriers to justice remain for the victims, UB law professor Christine Bartholomew says.

1/14/20

The award is the second largest NIH R01 grant in pharmacy school history.

1/14/20

Participants in the Aging Innovation Challenge developed prototype products and hacked the issues that aging New Yorkers face every day.

1/13/20

The $3 million award will support a new Department of Indigenous Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences.

1/13/20

The annual event at the Jacobs School offers hands-on experience in sinus and facial plastic surgery.

1/10/20

A lifelong interest in fabric informs anthropology PhD student Erika Ruhl’s research on children’s burial clothing from pre-modern Finnish churches.  

Special visitor to Special Collections

During a tour of Western New York last Friday led by New York State Sen. Tim Kennedy, Irish Sen. Billy Lawless stopped by Special Collections in Capen Hall to view UB's James Joyce Collection, the largest assortment of materials on the famed Irish author in the world. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published January 13, 2020

Lost Boy Kang Kerubino Guot speaking to the camera

Continuing the journey

Kang Kerubino Guot, one of the Lost Boys of the Sudan, escaped his country’s civil war and chose UB’s Graduate School of Education to achieve his dream of teaching English in the hopes of liberating others from an oppressive system.

Animated gif of a UB student athlete practicing diving, January 15, 2020.

Journi Northorp, a member of the UB swimming and diving team, takes part in the UB Diving Invite, held last weekend in the Alumni Arena Natatorium. Northorp finished second in the 3-meter competition and fourth in the platform contest. Photos and animation: Douglas Levere

Published January 16, 2020

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