News and views for UB faculty and staff
Stephanie Phillips, a faculty member in the new Department of Engineering Education, finds similarities between technical writing and writing for comics.
Biochemistry professor Murray Ettinger retires after 48 years at UB, but his lore lives on.
Jacobs School associate dean Lisa Jane Jacobsen leads a fitness class to help medical students stay active.
UB social work faculty member Katie McClain-Meeder and her husband started Little Bear Farm to help improve access to healthy food.
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 geographer Peter Rogerson talks about how baby boomers have reshaped the demographic landscape of America.
Engineering prof John Hall says wind energy is growing both domestically and abroad, and that it will continue to grow.
We can disagree with co-workers and argue about sports with friends. UB's Melanie Green talks about why politics seems to be an entirely different beast.
The budget bill just signed into law will make it harder for restaurants to take workers' tips while reducing a form of inequality in the industry.
Law professor Nellie Drew talks about the outlet she created for students to develop networking connections within the field of sports law.
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 at UB.
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.
The UB geriatric medicine specialist was recognized for outstanding leadership by the Amherst Senior Citizens Foundation.
Law professor Rebecca Redwood French was invited to speak at a conference at Bhutan’s first law school, established just last year.
The UB expert in liver disease and hepatitis C virus uses telemedicine and other innovations to treat HCV in people who inject drugs.
The UB professor of Ob/Gyn and Roswell deputy director joins the prestigious academy that informs health policy.