News and views for UB faculty and staff
The student-led project that placed second in the 2015 Solar
Decathlon is being temporarily housed on the South Campus.
A new study finds that significantly marking down prices brings
more people into stores, and increases profits and sales.
Two engineering students design an accessible tricycle that
helps a former UB staff member return to a favorite pastime.
A grant to UB and the University of West Georgia will fund
research to find new ways to support STEM by upgrading rural
Nobel Peace Prize-winner Malala Yousafzai tells a sold-out UB
audience not to underestimate “the power you have in your
Pregnant smokers are more likely to quit if they can learn to
manage negative emotions that lead to smoking, a new RIA study has
A new recruitment approach and brand and identity strategy are
fueling an increase in applications.
Color is a central tool for describing the world around us, for
artists and scientists alike.
Arun Vishwanath says many of the decisions Apple has made over
the years regarding its iPhones have been driven by design, not
UB staffer Leonard Binns is the embodiment of the proud father,
with three sons starting medical and dental school at UB this
A PSS-sponsored panel addressed the divisive issues surrounding
inclusion and free speech that have exploded on campuses across the
Organizers of this year's Homecoming and Family Weekend promises
the event will be bigger and better than ever.
Brenda Moore will lead a panel on the racial- and gender-based
health disparities in veterans.
Members of the Communities of Excellence gathered to review the
impact they have had on education, scholarship and outreach.
The Gender Institute's “She Persists” symposium will
look at Buffalo's women innovators, past and present.
Students on the South Campus have their own one-stop shop for
services in 1Diefendorf in Diefendorf Hall. Photos: Douglas
September 26, 2017
As part of their senior design course, a team of students from
the University at Buffalo’s Department of Electrical
Engineering built an electronics unit that can turn any guitar into
an electric guitar.
Students in Will Kinney's Descriptive Astronomy class fulfill
their observation requirement at the telescope observatory atop
Fronczak Hall. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki
Andreas Stavridis talks to The Wall Street Journal
about how different the earthquake in Mexico in 1985 was from this
James Gardner tells The Washington Post that the
disclosure of the identity of donors improves the quality of
electoral decision-making by informing voters who candidates may be