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COVID-19 UPDATES • 1/21/2022
The cellist and Center for Diversity Innovation Distinguished Visiting Scholar has received the Michael Jaffee Visionary Award from Chamber Music of America.
The adjunct professor of practice in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering has played, and continues to play, many roles.
As director of international alumni engagement, Wei Loon Leong keeps track of 11 alumni chapters around the globe.
Mame-Fatou Niang, a visiting scholar studying Blackness in contemporary France, is teaching a seminar this semester as the Melodia E. Jones Endowed Chair.
The first task for UB's new assistant vice provost and director of education abroad is to relaunch study abroad programs after the pandemic pause.
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.
UB experts Timothy Murphy and Teresa Quattrin talk about the importance of booster shots and vaccinations for children ages 5-11.
The distinguished professor designation is the highest faculty rank in the SUNY system.
Charles Lindsey says this holiday season should be strong, with reports of the impact of supply chain issues largely overblown.
UB sports law expert Nellie Drew says the team's ongoing success has merged with a growing community pride that is about more than just football.
Let’s start planning for it now, UB architecture professor Nicholas Rajkovich says.
Chemistry PhD graduates Jesús M. Velázquez and Luisa Whittaker-Brooks talk with UBNow about their careers and look back on their time at UB.
When he's not teaching or working shifts in the action-packed ER, UB physician Jeff Thompson spends his off-hours singing opera.
UB labor experts Matthew Dimick and Erin Hatton spoke with UBNow about labor history in Buffalo and why some left-leaning companies oppose organized labor.
Danielle Meyer shares her expertise on a range of Turkey Day topics, such as how to cut down on the calories and whether it’s OK to have seconds.
Look no further. UB physician Nancy Nielsen has some answers.
The UB neurosurgeon will lead the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the organization advancing the global practice of neurosurgery.
Six members of UPD have been recognized by the SUNY Police Chiefs Association for heroism and professional service.
The UB chair of surgery was inducted into the American College of Surgeons Academy of Master Surgeon Educators earlier this month.
The newly endowed chair was created thanks to a $1 million gift to the UB’s Boldly Buffalo campaign from the Walter E. Schmid Family Foundation.
The UB finance professor will travel to Carleton University in Ottawa and hold the Fulbright Canada Distinguished Research Chair in Entrepreneurship.