News

6/15/20

Architecture professor Korydon Smith talks about the partnership to develop a DIY fabric mask that is not only protective, but affordable and scalable.

 

6/15/20

The university will offer a mix of in-person and online instruction, while protecting the health and safety of the campus community.

6/12/20

UB scientists are working to develop a common vocabulary for data to assist in the fight against the coronavirus.

6/12/20

University Communications is launching a campaign to provide the latest details about plans for the fall semester, as well as health and safety protocols.

6/11/20

UB will allocate $11.9 million as emergency financial aid grants and assistance for undergraduate, graduate and professional students.

6/10/20

UB movie buffs and experts say films provide a sense of connection, escapism and ‘transformative healing’ during these times of social isolation.

6/9/20

Research found that obese kids under lockdown in Italy ate more junk food and watched more TV at the expense of physical activity.

6/5/20

The government should acquire stakes in the firms — not just hand out loans, according to a UB finance professor Veljko Fotak.

6/5/20

UB election law expert James Gardner warns that with the COVID-19 pandemic likely suppressing voter turnout, threats to legitimacy will be high.

6/4/20

UB urban planner Daniel Hess says the recent closure of the U.S.-Canada border due to COVID-19 underscores a growing divide between the two countries.

6/4/20

Urban studies expert Henry Louis Taylor Jr. says race and anti-racism — instead of terms like diversity and inclusion — must return to the center of discussions about inequity in the U.S.  

6/4/20

The emphasis will be on ensuring the health and well-being of everyone on campus.