9/13/19

Films will explore segregation, discrimination, immigration and interracial marriage and how these key issues have transformed the world.

9/13/19

Kang Guot has traveled a long and arduous path to UB’s Graduate School of Education.

9/13/19

Online program lets students take advantage of the same foundational public health education as the classroom-based individualized MPH.

9/12/19

Democracy is the theme for the festival, which runs Sept. 19-21 and features National Magazine Award-winning columnist and author Matt Taibbi.

9/12/19

UB will partner with nine local primary and behavioral health care sites to launch the Opioid Workforce Expansion Program.

9/12/19

A study identifies dozens of new carbon structures that are expected to be superhard, including some that may be about as hard as diamonds.

9/12/19

The award is the oldest given by any local section of the American Chemical Society.

9/11/19

UB's IPE curriculum will receive a Program of Merit award in October from the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions.

9/11/19

Parents can best help their children develop heathy eating habits by adopting a “family treatment” approach, a UB child obesity expert says.

9/11/19

The new method developed by UB researchers is expected to minimize the variability in diagnoses among pathologists.

9/11/19

Nursing professor and volunteer firefighter Joann Sands is putting students on the front lines of disaster response care.

9/11/19

A new drug discovered through a collaboration between UB researchers and Tetra Therapeutics may protect against symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

Consulting the experts

For ideas on the play area in what will be a transformed LaSalle Park in Buffalo, project partners sought out the true experts: the kids. The UB Regional Institute and students from the School of Architecture and Planning guided children through a fun, hands-on activity aimed at soliciting ideas for the Play Garden in Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Centennial Park at the most recent Imagine LaSalle public workshop. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published September 13, 2019

Each August, thousands of new UB students join together inside UB Stadium to form the interlocking UB logo in what has become one of the marquee events of Welcome Weekend.

Fall Tradition

Incoming students gathering to form the interlocking UB logo is one of the marquee events of Welcome Weekend. Here’s what happens when they’re finished.

Kindergartners from Westminster Community Charter School check out the new school supplies donated by members of the UB community.

Supporting community schools

Pupils from Westminster Community Charter School check out some of the new school supplies they received this week, thanks to the annual school supply drive organized by UB’s Office of Community Relations. Employees from 30 offices across UB donated more than 1,900 packaged school supplies. In addition, 80 backpacks filled as kits full of back-to-school supplies were donated. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published September 12, 2019

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