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Here is how our graduate faculty, students and researchers are making headlines at the University at Buffalo.
The professional chamber orchestra is dedicated to increasing racial and cultural diversity in classical music.
The Department of Romance Languages and Literatures is bringing to campus a production of excerpts from some of Molière’s best-known plays.
The story of UB’s 1958 football team and its star running back, Willie Evans, will live on in name for generations of students.
While an increasing amount of research is pointing to the role of climate change on long-term and intergenerational health, a significant proportion of the public remains unaware.
Barbara Humpton will also talk about the company’s software gift to UB, which will prepare students for in-demand STEM jobs.
Heather Williams, assistant clinical professor in biological sciences and director of the department’s REU, talks about the program’s successful first summer.
The new department reflected on its groundbreaking past and focused on its future as the “home and hub” of Indigenous teaching and research at UB.
Representatives of United Way agencies describe the importance of contributions from UB employees to their operations and success.
In injured neurons, the huntingtin protein may travel together with important signaling molecules, researchers find.
The paper co-authored by UB faculty member Steven Lipshultz found metabolic and bariatric surgery a safe and effective treatment option in cases of severe obesity.
Evans was one of two Black players on UB’s football team that declined to play in the 1958 Tangerine Bowl because Evans and teammate Mike Wilson would have been barred from playing.
New UB research highlights the role of molecules called N-glycans in SARS-CoV-2 infectivity — and as potential drug targets.
Students are key members of UB teams whose research is helping local officials monitor the prevalence of the coronavirus.
The change, recommended by UB’s health and safety panel, follows the lead of NYS, which has made masking optional while aboard all public transit.
UB has expanded its mental health support for the UB community, including some new initiatives for students and some online resources that are also open to faculty and staff.