6/22/18

Singing with the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus helps psychologist Laura Anderson succeed at work and at home.

6/22/18

Rising senior Britney-Bay Croyle’s mural provides some visual interest to one of the main classroom buildings on the spine.

6/22/18

UB-led research found that when CD36 kicks into high gear, cells stop dividing, a discovery that highlights a process tied to aging and cancer.

6/21/18

An “open conversation” sponsored by the PSS Inclusion and Diversity Committee aims to help staff foster a welcoming environment on campus.

6/21/18

A new study shows tenants in the slums receive drastically inferior household services and pay more rent than those in its formal settlements.

6/21/18

Anna Dresnack, a rising junior majoring in English and psychology, will attend the UK Summer Institute at the University of Sussex.  

6/21/18

UB biochemist D. Fernando Estrada talks about how he found his way to a career in science.

6/20/18

‘See It Through Buffalo’ explores the city’s urban context and the UB architecture school’s complex relationship to it.

6/20/18

Graduates of the Society for the Advancement of Construction-Related Arts program say they've learned more than just how to hammer a nail.  

6/19/18

The new ERAS protocol created for the UB-led study helped patients recover and heal faster from surgery.

6/19/18

Each university brings strengths to the joint research project exploring liquefaction in transitional soils.

6/18/18

UB's Creative Arts Initiative is bringing in a diverse lineup of artists in 2018-19 to engage with the UB and broader WNY communities.

A final thank you

More than 600 family members of individuals who donated their bodies to medical science gathered recently for the UB Anatomical Gift Program Memorial Service in Skinnersville Cemetery. Photos: Sandra Kicman

Published July 10, 2018

Working in harmony

UB faculty members find life balance in singing with the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus. Read the story

UB's Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) club took third place in the SDL Payload Challenge at the Spaceport America Cup held last month in southern New Mexico. The cup is the world's largest intercollegiate rocket engineering conference and competition. Posing with their award-winning rocket are, from left, Gabriel Surina, Sophia Matla, Owen Langrehr, Jacob Henry, Owen Torres, Thomas Hill, Ari Rubin, Nicholas McNally, William Elliott, Matthew Buczkowski, Peter Wilkins and Paul DesJardin. Photo: Ari Rubin