Your Colleagues



UB staff member Molly Anderson’s connection to the Russian city of Ryazan changed her life.  


As director of UB's Center for Disability Studies, historian Michael Rembis works to promote connections between WNY organizations.


Engineering professor John Atkinson is working to broaden students’ opportunities to learn about the topic.


As the new director of the Honors College, historian Dalia Muller aims to build on the college's commitment to civic engagement and experiential learning.

The View

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.


Law professor Mark Bartholomew wonders if personalized Super Bowl ads could be on the horizon.


UB faculty member Ann Bisantz says the false missile alert in Hawaii was the result of a poorly designed alert system, not employee negligence.


UB geologist Tracy Gregg says each volcano has its own “personality” and data about its past behavior is key to forecasting future eruptions.


UB's Charles Lindsey predicts booming sales this holiday season, with online sales expected to surpass in-store sales for the first time ever.

Question & Answers


Management professor Feng Gu argues that Generally Accepted Accounting Principles have lost their relevance.


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 his camera.

Awards & Recognition


Stephanie Davidson and Georg Rafailidis are being honored with the coveted ‘Emerging Voices’ award.


The director of UB’s RENEW Institute was cited for advances in materials science and superconducting materials.


The UB English professor is the recipient of the Modern Language Association's biennial Prize for a Scholarly Edition.


RIA scientist Clara Bradizza will serve a two-year term on the Interventions to Prevent and Treat Addictions Study Section.