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COVID-19: UB Planning and Response • Updated 7/24/2020
A UB researcher has identified factors that predict prejudice against international students, some of which administrators can influence.
The SUNY ZAP! program helps scientists and engineers like UB’s Natesh Parashurama move their research from the lab to the marketplace.
The MAC’s inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Institutional Award recognizes the university’s achievements in developing a culture of diversity and inclusion.
UB researchers studying the jaw joints of carnivorans found that the joint’s structure and strength is related to the animal’s body size, not its diet.
The frst-of-its-kind study shows the federally mandated pressure ulcer quality indicator is a valuable measure of care.
The annual conference of the Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention will tackle this increasingly prevalent issue.
UB has received a $2.39 million NSF grant to train the next generation of experts who will protect the U.S. from cyberattacks.
Faculty member James Campbell's forecasting model sees Democrats picking up 44 House seats in the mid-term elections while the GOP adds 2 in the Senate.
The new Clinical and Research Institute on Addictions will take a collaborative approach toward substance use disorders, with a focus on the opiate crisis.
Receipt of a $1.45M NSF grant comes as the field marks its latest big discovery: the observation of the Higgs boson’s most common mode of decay.
A study by UB researcher Michael LaMonte is first to show an association between increased physical activity and lower risk of two subtypes of heart failure in older women.
A workshop being held in conjunction with ACSP’s annual conference will enlist experts to help plan for Buffalo Niagara’s long-term future.
Funding from the Hemophilia Center of WNY will help the Jacobs School address a shortage of physicians to treat non-malignant blood disorders.
UB is taking a new approach to create a more inclusive, engaging environment for international students inside the classroom as well as out of it.
UB is 89th among the nation's best public and private universities — and 38th among public colleges — in the U.S. News & World Report 2019 rankings.
Drug makers tend to increase their ad budgets when stock market returns are higher than expected, new UB research shows.
Best-selling author Angie Thomas will be the keynote speaker for this year's event, happening Sept. 20-22 at various locations around the area.
A contribution made during UB's Boldly Buffalo campaign supports the naming of a new robotics suite in the Jacobs School.
UB alumna and A+E Networks executive Abbe Raven will sit down with CAS Dean Robin Schulze later this month for a conversation about her career.
Sean Kaczmarek looks back on a life-changing two years in Europe, from meeting Queen Elizabeth II in London to a powerful personal moment in Italy.
Bob Inglis will speak Thursday at UB about free-enterprise solutions to one of the biggest problems facing the planet.
Jacobs School students, residents and faculty dined with community members to better understand how to improve health care in Buffalo.
For the third straight year, UB is enrolling a record freshman class and also expects to set records for undergraduate and total enrollments.
With a new connection to UB’s network infrastructure, the Anderson Gallery is poised to bring UB’s research and creative work to the world.
The students from Capital Normal University in Beijing will present music and dance pieces in a variety of traditional and contemporary styles.
The $359,000 grant from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Get Screened, No Excuses” initiative will support research on the role of the microbiome in breast cancer.
The UB study also raises important questions about access to pain-management options.
This year’s Sustainable Living Fair will help participants take sustainability beyond the environmental aspect.
The closing of the annex building marks another milestone for the South Campus revitalization plan.
UB social work faculty member Katie McClain-Meeder and her husband started Little Bear Farm to help improve access to healthy food.
Researchers attending the two-day meeting will address the concept of recasting addiction as a treatable, chronic disease.
UB will celebrate Homecoming and Family Weekend Oct. 11-14 with a variety of activities that should appeal to students, their families and alumni alike.
The Green Your Commute event encourages commuters to find environmentally friendly ways to get to campus on Sept. 28.
Artificial intelligence expert David Doermann was recruited to Buffalo to serve as UBuffalo.AI’s inaugural director.
Patients benefit as UB surgeons bring minimally invasive surgery techniques to clinical sites in the region.
Want to be an entrepreneur or work with a startup? UB is hosting an event that will show faculty, staff and students how they can get involved.
“Buffalo vs. Everybody,” on view in Silverman Library, features material from the Tom Borrelli collection of Bulls football programs.
UB is the No. 1 public university in New York State, according to the 2019 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Ranking.
After years of work, Beata Csatho and Tony Schenk attended the launch of the ICESat-2 satellite, which was carried into orbit by the last Delta II rocket.
The latest Hayes Hall design competition is transforming hallway HVAC units into innovative seating.
The 2018 Campaign for the Community kicked off with a sports theme and a goal of raising $850,000 to help a community in need.
We need to take a step back from ourselves to see maximum benefits when facing stressors, according to results of a UB-led study.
A new study outlines a new model that includes dew point temperatures, which researchers say presents a more accurate view.
The Global Partner Studio’s inaugural institute will pair international partners with UB faculty and students to develop new experiential learning opportunities.
The consortium led by UB will continue its groundbreaking work capturing critical biological processes at the atomic level using X-ray lasers.
UB psychiatry professor Dori Marshall says a sense of shame keeps victims silent.
A new UB study is adding critical nuance toward better understanding the association between breastfeeding and infant health.
The acting chairman of the A+E Networks returned to her alma mater as the featured speaker of the Signature Series.
Two UB-led court-ordered studies will examine how pollutants emitted by the company affected the health and environment of WNY communities.
Unintended exclusion on social media may be linked to inhibited thought and negative emotions, a new UB study suggests
Faculty and staff donated more than 17,000 items to help Buffalo students get a start on the new school year.
Four guest panelists told members of the PSS that they are looking forward to building stronger partnerships with the university.
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A story in the Christian Science Monitor interviewed Victoria Wolcott about young women of color taking the reins of grassroots protests against racism and for an end to police violence.
NPR interviews Katarzyna Kordas, about a new UNICEF and Pure Earth report showing that about one in three children globally have been exposed to lead at levels shown to damage their health and cognitive development.
NBC News published an opinion article authored by Henry Louis Tayler about how the combination of Breonna Taylor’s death and racist police actions underlines the danger of gentrification.