Hispanic males are most likely to have a fatal interaction with police in their own neighborhoods, UB social work researcher Chris St. Vil says.


A passion for mountain climbing has kept four men with UB connections close for more than a decade.


The UB community gathered to celebrate another successful Employees Campaign for the Community.


Hailey Banack appeared on the inaugural episode of “Epidemiology Counts,” and is among those who will curate the podcast.  


Not everyone had a snow day when UB cancelled classes last week. UBNow checked in with UB employees who were working during the Blizzard of 2019.


The UB production of Shakespeare’s epic tragedy will take place Feb. 28 through March 2.


The acclaimed quartet will present the first two concerts in the annual string quartet cycle Feb. 15 and Feb. 17.


Free eye exams are being added to this year's Give Kids A Smile Day as part of the event's new focus on overall health care.


As UB epidemiology turns 100, Pauline Mendola and Enrique Schisterman talk about how their UB education led them to prominent positions in their profession.


The results of the UB-led study of adolescent athletes is the first randomized clinical trial on treatment of acute concussion.


Some 75 public health undergraduates made history last semester by authoring their own open-source textbook.


Architecture student Matthew Straub’s penchant for public service design inspires class-wide project for the community.

Smiles and more

More than 200 children received free health screenings, as well as dental treatment, at the 18th annual Give Kids A Smile Day on Feb. 9. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published February 11, 2019

What if?

It's only the beginning for UB Athletics, whose 16 teams share a proud history and a single goal.


Students in the Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) program recently decorated tiny pots and planted succulents to bring a little natural beauty to their personal spaces. Photo: Maximilian Kapitonoff

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