Artist and TED Fellow Candy Chang will deliver the opening lecture for the festival, the theme of which is “Communities: Trust.”
The historian is leading the center that advances the leadership, vision and influence of women and the LGBTQ community.
The program supports medium- to high-growth startups in their earliest stages, when funding is traditionally difficult to obtain.
The group packages leftovers from dining halls for delivery to charitable organizations, making a difference in the community as well as at UB.
Nathalie Joachim will perform her new evening-length song cycle “Ki moun ou ye” — “Who are you?” — in English and Haitian Kreyòl.
UB professor Lillian Williams was key to designating a historical marker for an important — but relatively unknown — social reformer.
The dental school program has received its second Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
Featured are “Jeopardy!” champ Amy Schneider, journalist Nicholas Thompson and legal scholar Nita Farahany, author Heather McGhee and poet Amanda Gorman.
The $20 million center is the latest AI project led by UB to address societal needs.
Matilde Sánchez-Peña and partners will study why women make up only 20% of engineering students and tenure-track faculty.
Faculty member Nichol Castro is being recognized for her work focusing on word retrieval in aging adults and adults with language impairments.
The powerful 3T scanner will facilitate breakthroughs in understanding and treating MS, stroke, Alzheimer’s and other diseases.
PUSH Buffalo is using the students’ design plans to transform vacant buildings into sustainable homes.
Launched last fall, the department, aims to introduce issues of Indigeneity across the university while serving as a hub for research and teaching.
The funding, totaling nearly $3.8 million, will help early-career investigators address pressing societal issues.
A new School of Nursing study says addressing the emotional needs of residents was as important as their physical care during the pandemic.
A UB faculty member since 2010, Rao was a pioneer in the field who laid the foundation for modern statistics.