News and views for UB faculty and staff
COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/2/2020
For UB librarian Cindi Tysick, helping students shape their digital identity and elevate their information literacy skills is all about giving them hope during these difficult times.
UB historian Lillian S. Williams’ research on the early 20th-century activist has spanned four decades and two continents.
When she’s not at the clinic, Student Health Services nurse practitioner Theresa Betz can be found at her sewing machine.
While volunteering in New York City, UB addiction medicine physician Tildabeth Doscher sees its effects up close
Faculty experts weigh in on trending topics. Their views and opinions are based on their expertise and research, and do not represent the official positions of UB.
Civil rights law expert Athena Mutua says its time invest in healthy, sustainable and resilient communities.
UB earthworm expert Nick Henshue says the "jumping" worms reduce leaf litter, which is disruptive to the ecosystems of forests.
As Americans celebrate the legacy of the 19th Amendment, UB historian Victoria Wolcott notes the powerful tactic is still used by protestors today.
The data collected can't diagnose diseases, but it can signal when something is wrong, which can be enough to prompt a test, UB engineer Albert Titus says.
Nursing professor Amy Hequembourg talks to UBNow about another diverse group that is experiencing a variety of health disparities.
UB law school faculty member Laura Reilly shares some of the lessons she gives first-year students in her Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research class.
UB law professor Athena Mutua offers her thoughts on the police and other issues raised during the recent weeks of social protests.
Architecture professor Korydon Smith talks about the partnership to develop a DIY fabric mask that is not only protective, but affordable and scalable.
Research on gender and leadership led by professor Emily Grijalva and alumna Katie L. Badura has received the top award from Personnel Psychology.
The honor from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers recognizes the UB faculty member’s “significant engineering achievements.”
Twenty-one faculty have been named recipients of Exceptional Scholar and Teaching Innovation Awards.
The associate dean for support services in the Jacobs School is the recipient of the inaugural award for outstanding service and leadership.