8/1/18

When the going got tough, UB alumna Christine Tjahjadi-Lopez persevered to run a ballet school and lead a weavers' cooperative.

8/1/18

UB psychologist Eduardo Mercado III proposes humpback whales use song as sonar for reproductive purposes.

8/2/18

The two grants to UB's supercomputing facility will support economic development in WNY, as well as a UB PhD program.

8/2/18

The designation recognizes the mechanical engineering professor as a true leader in her field.

8/3/18

More than 90 percent of people caring for a family member with dementia don’t get enough sleep, a UB-led study has found.

8/8/18

UB professor Robert Genco's decades-long relationship with Sunstar Group has led to the commercialization of 10 oral health care products.

8/6/18

The lineup for the Buffalo Film Seminars includes the Oscar-winning “Spotlight,” the original “Scarface” and Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed.”

8/7/18

CLOE is joining with the African Rights Initiative International to create global leaders in Africa.

8/6/18

The journalists and PR professionals will meet with UB engineer Jun Zhuang to learn how falsehoods spread via social media during disasters.

8/3/18

UB coordinated with other emergency teams to respond effectively to a crisis scenario during an emergency drill.

8/7/18

The UB expert in substance use and abuse will help draft legislation on how to regulate marijuana use in NYS.

8/8/18

A new UB study shows how heavy drinking affects diet.

8/7/18

A comprehensive study by UB researchers of 21 retired Bills and Sabres finds no evidence of early onset dementia.

8/9/18

A three-year project of UB and NYSERDA provides strategies for ensuring that NYS building stock is prepared for future climate impacts.

8/9/18

A study by School of Management researchers found that, on average, men are more likely than women to emerge as leaders.

8/10/18

UB's Intensive English Program has given 33 students from 11 countries a chance to improve their English skills and experience different cultures.

8/13/18

UB research finds adolescents who receive funding to pay for an abortion face more barriers to abortion access than adult abortion-fund patients.

8/13/18

Aerobic exercise could be a useful strategy for relapse prevention as part of a comprehensive treatment program, new RIA research has found.

8/10/18

As co-chair, the UB volcanologist will help map out potential scientific goals for an unmanned Russian mission to the planet.

8/10/18

UB’s self-driving shuttle — which advances NYS as a hub for autonomous vehicle research — made its public debut on the North Campus.

8/14/18

The $3 million award from the Kaleida Health Foundation to UB researchers will be used to apply the power of big data to promote earlier detection and treatment.

8/14/18

Daniel Courteau spent six weeks in Washington, D.C., this summer getting an introduction into the U.S. foreign service.

8/15/18

UB RENEW’s partnership with the city of Buffalo places RENEW Fellows in City Hall to work on environmental and energy projects.

8/15/18

New research and recreational activities ensure that UB's lake is the campus focal point it was always meant to be.

8/16/18

Yu-Ping Chang and Sharon Hewner have been recognized by the American Academy of Nursing for their contributions to nursing and health care.

8/15/18

The Social Impact Fellows program pairs MBA and MSW students to develop solutions to social issues facing our region.

8/16/18

A class of proteins that has attracted attention for its potential to treat disease has now been shown to curb drug-seeking behaviors.

8/17/18

The SUNY Distinguished Professor is being honored for a lifetime of service by the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists.

8/20/18

The exhibition in the Center for the Arts gallery tackles the environmental impact of radioactive waste.

8/20/18

Evolutionary biologist Jack Tseng talks about why the recent finding of a pterosaur fossil by Brigham Young scientists is so significant.

8/16/18

UB employees turn out to give back to the community during the United Way's annual day of service.

8/22/18

Incoming students arrive tomorrow for Welcome Weekend, four days aimed at helping new students prepare for the start of classes on Monday.

8/21/18

Two solo exhibitions and a group exhibition of works from the UB Art Galleries' permanent collection will open on Sept. 15.

8/22/18

The impending demolition of the South Campus dorm spurs a UB alum to gather a memento from the spot where he first met his true love.

8/22/18

UB’s Distinguished Speakers Series is back with a lineup that includes a former vice president and a former secretary of state.

8/23/18

UB social work researchers explore how systems to address stressors, such as maltreatment and homelessness, affect education.

8/24/18

The new MS program will allow graduates to advance the progression of precision drugs and medications, furthering development of individualized therapies.

8/27/18

UB-Tsinghua University exchange program features exhibition and symposium focusing on the complexities of cross-cultural interpretations and negotiations.

8/27/18

Student Engagement's Ready...Set...Buffalo! program is helping new  students find their niche at UB, while doing good in the community.

8/27/18

Now in its third year, the student-run waste diversion program is becoming part of the culture of move-in weekend.

8/24/18

UB and its partners recently demonstrated how to integrate virtual reality  into a massive open online course focusing on collaborative robot safety.

8/28/18

Biochemistry doctoral candidate's research helps shed light on a neurological disorder associated with industrial overexposure to manganese.

8/28/18

The new gallium oxide device identified by UB researchers can advance renewable energy, electric cars and more.

8/30/18

UB research shows the chemical — a component of wastewater in textile-making — is good at storing and releasing energy.

8/29/18

The Doctor of Social Work degree program is aimed at experienced social workers who want to advance their professional practice.

8/29/18

Several UB scientists have projects tied to ICESat-2, including Beata Csatho, who helped plan the mission’s science goals and will attend the September launch.

8/31/18

Together for a week in the Arctic, UB geologists and artist Anna McKee shared a common goal: telling the story of a changing planet.

8/30/18

UB's programs in physical therapy and occupational therapy have received 10-year renewals from their respective accreditation organizations.

8/31/18

It’s segregation, not diversity, that divides us, UB philosopher Ryan Muldoon writes in a white paper for the Knight Foundation.

8/30/18

UB sociologist Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk says celebrity culture likely has contributed to the destigmatizing of out-of-wedlock childbirth.

8/31/18

Nearly 500 UB alumni and friends gathered in the new home of the Jacobs School to hear an update on UB’s $650 million fundraising campaign.