Regina Toomey's family knows firsthand the help and care
provided by Horizon Health Services.
UB and several community partners unveiled a new program at the
Bufffalo Museum of Science designed to expose students to the vast
array of STEM careers in Western New York.
For the fourth time in five years, a UB team has been chosen to
participate in a model Mars rover contest sponsored by NASA and
organized by the National Institute of Aerospace.
UB Honors College students are working with UB Sustainability to
help the Western New York Environmental Alliance and its
member groups become a more inclusive organization.
Since Hippocrates, medical practice has been seen as both
science and art, and in an attempt to maintain a balance between
the two, UB has developed a Humanities Day requirement for
first-year medical students.
UB faculty member Nellie Drew's behind-the-scenes involvement in
the defection of Russian hockey player Alexander Mogilny is
featured in a new documentary.
Political satirist John Oliver told a UB crowd that eccentricity
will be America's lasting legacy.
This Q&A addresses the issue of who is considered an
"essential" employee and other common concerns that arise during
Cradle Beach offers children with disabilities and those from
low-income families a path toward independence.
In a Q&A with the UB Reporter, John P. Hayes talks about
what it takes to keep UB's campuses operational during a