News Releases

6/20/19

Effective immediately, the building will be called the “Pharmacy Building.”

6/20/19

Frank A. Scannapieco, chair and professor of the Department of Oral Biology at the UB School of Dental Medicine, has received the 2019 Research in Oral Biology Award from the International Association for Dental Research.

6/19/19

Mary Grabenstatter, owner of Needle Sharp, has been named Protégé of the Year by the Allstate Minority and Women Emerging Entrepreneurs program.

6/18/19

Thirty-nine established entrepreneurs are armed with the skills to move their businesses forward after graduating from the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Core program.

  

Faculty Experts

3/27/19

Sarah Muldoon

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Expertise: brain activity, brain networks, network neuroscience

Phone: 716-645-6284

Email: smuldoon@buffalo.edu

12/19/18

David Felder

SUNY Distinguished Professor of Music

Expertise: composition: chamber, choral, orchestral and electronic music. Music production: concerts, recording and festivals

Email: felder@buffalo.edu

  

UB in the News

6/18/19

The New York Times and CNN are among news outlets around the world that continue to report on the research of paleontologist Jack Tseng, whose team identified the first hyena fossils ever found in the Arctic. 

6/14/19

An article on Vice interviewed Elizabeth Bowen about an abandoned Miami Beach hotel that became a refuge for the area’s homeless population and the crackdown on nuisance crimes in a city that has America’s highest number of resident billionaires and more than 14 percent of its population living in poverty.

6/13/19

A story on CBS News about experts testifying before the House Intelligence Committee about the threats that “deepfake” videos and other types of artificial intelligence-generated synthetic data pose to the U.S. election system reports witnesses at today’s hearing include David Doermann.

6/4/19

An article in Good Housekeeping about foster care and what prospective foster parents need to know interviews Annette Semanchin Jones, who said that in the U.S., foster care is overseen by state child welfare agencies and children enter the system when a reports of possible abuse or neglect is received.

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