News and views for UB faculty and staff
University Police officers Dale Hohl and Kevin Will say UB
benefits from their experience as first-responders with local fire
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
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's Charles Lindsey predicts booming sales this holiday season,
with online sales expected to surpass in-store sales for the first
UB psychiatrist Steven L. Dubovsky offers some suggestions for
calming fears and overcoming feelings of helplessness.
James Gardner says dysfunction and corruption make a state
constitutional convention imperative.
UB engineer Kemper Lewis says major public and private
investment is needed so the U.S. is not left behind.
UB social media specialist Jacob Schupbach chimes in on managing
social media demands, the role of video and Snapchat.
Molly Anderson, executive director of CLOE, talks about the
center's mission and why it co-sponsored Malala Yousafzai's lecture
With the new home of the UB medical school set to open this
fall, Dean Michael Cain talks about the move and his goals for the
school in the coming years.
Management professor Feng Gu argues that Generally Accepted
Accounting Principles have lost their relevance.
The UB pharmacy professor was recognized by three prominent
academic societies: AAAS, AAPS and ISoP.
Adam Wilson is part of a team that created a digital tool for
monitoring threats to a South African biodiversity hotspot.
Robert Wahler has been recognized by the American Society of
Consultant Pharmacists for excellence in pharmacy leadership,
practice and education.
The scientists received the Knudsen Award from ABSA
International for a risk assessment study of a virus found in