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Here is how our graduate faculty, students and researchers are making headlines at the University at Buffalo.
“In Conversation” is Anna Wager's first exhibition as the new curator of the UB Art Galleries.
A patient simulation program for UB nursing students prepares them to deal with a sensitive, but common, workplace experience.
Currently executive director of the Lt. Col. Matt Urban Human Services Center of Western New York, Hilligas received an MSW from UB.
UB faculty member Jonathan Golove talks about his new role and plans for the festival as he takes the reins from longtime leader David Felder.
UB's president was on a panel discussing Asian American and Pacific Islander data disaggregation and student success.
Currently executive director of the Lt. Col. Matt Urban Human Services Center of Western New York, Hilligas begins his role at UB on June 12.
Students from Buffalo Health Sciences Charter School gained some insight from a panel of experts during a visit to UB's CTSI.
New UB research suggests that people’s beliefs about happiness matter in shaping their everyday goal pursuits and well-being.
Researchers use $2.4 million grant for dendritic cell cancer immunotherapy; will study hybrid drug delivery vehicle that breaks through intracellular traffic jams.
The annual new music festival and conference is under new leadership this year with the appointment of UB faculty member Jonathan Golove as artistic director.
In the Driven to Discover podcasts, UB researchers talk about their inspirations, goals and the journey that led them to where they are now.
The act brings four of the world's best illusionists – Alex Ramon, Jessica Jane Peterson, Matt Donnelly and Vinny Grosso – together on-stage.
The annual charity event is moving its location on the North Campus, prompting closures of some campus roads and parking lots.
The items on exhibit are drawn from the collections of the UB Art Galleries and the UB Poetry Collection.
Rising temperatures may force species to move to new locations to survive, which might not be possible, researchers say.