News and views for UB faculty and staff
Kathryn Kendall trekked to Iceland for her latest contest in the
ancient Celtic sport that involves heaving an assortment of heavy
items in a test of agility and strength.
The Great Lakes Program associate director and avid diver
continues her pursuit of the elusive whale shark.
Danielle Johnson spends her time away from UB working with
vulnerable populations, including current and former prisoners and
For nursing assistant dean Margaret Moss, improving the lives of
Native Americans in any way possible is "part of who I am."
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.
Engineering prof Sara Behdad says repairing and reusing broken
devices can yield benefits — including profits — for
The Supreme Court ruling also could prevent brands from suing to
stop others from using their marks in ways that may be offensive, a
UB expert says.
UB sports law expert Helen Drew says the success — or
failure — of offensive marks like Redskins and Indians
remains in the hands of consumers.
UB law professor Nicole Hallett talks about how President
Trump's pending appointments to the National Labor Relations Board
could be the death knell for organized labor.
UB archaeologist Caroline Funk talks about a recent study that
gives new meaning to the term “social science.”
John Wood talks about concern on campus regarding the Trump
administration's rhetoric on immigration and UB's policies
regarding international students and scholars.
From dodging dog bites to photographing Michael Phelps, UB
staffer Ken Smith spends his nights and weekends volunteering with
Construction on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus is moving
along. Jennifer Kuhn, manager of project support, provides an
Frank Scannapieco and Peter Bradford have been recognized in the
fields of dental research and pharmacology.
Anne Curtis and Michael Cain will lecture at the 22nd World
Congress on Heart Disease.
The UB English prof has received the Dove Award for outstanding
contributions to the serious study of mystery, detective and crime
The UB bio-artist's winning work uses DNA from the saliva of
hundreds of people to create iconic images such as crowns and
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