University at Buffalo - The State University of New York
Skip to Content
Official UB news and information for the media

News Releases

2/24/17

For singers and their audiences, being “in tune” might not be as important as we think. The fact that singers fail to consistently hit the right notes may have implications for the development of musical scales as well.

2/24/17

Power imbalances in heterosexual relationships are common, but having less power takes a greater toll on young women than young men, according to a recently published UB study.

2/24/17

Contrary to prevailing thought, the work suggests that there were at least two, if not more, waves of people entering South America.

2/22/17

An MBA student-led workshop helped high school students develop leadership and team skills.

  

Faculty Experts

12/5/16

Karl Fiebelkorn

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Expertise: laws and regulations affecting pharmacy practice, medication errors, systems for improving practice sites, adult asthma, pharmacy business plan modeling

Phone: 716-645-2824

Email: kdf@buffalo.edu

12/6/16

Ia Iashvili

Associate Professor of Physics

Expertise: Higgs boson search, particle detectors, search for supersymmetric particles

Phone: 716-645-6611

Email: iashvili@buffalo.edu

  

UB in the News

2/20/17

The New York Times looks at communities, such as Buffalo, that have benefited from an influx of refugees, and interviews Mohsen Daghooghi, an Iranian student who rejects the president's suggestion that he or other Iranian students are dangerous.

2/19/17

An article in Politico Magazine about UB alumnus Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, who was elected president of his native country, quotes Don Grinde who said they discussed the different models of democratic governance, warlordism and religious extremism.

2/19/17

David Schmid tells USA Today that it is not unusual for the president to have a hostile relationship with the press. But Trump's description of the press is unprecedented, he says.

2/17/17

NPR's Marketplace looks at why the NBA, its players, coaches and owners are speaking out more on national political issues these days and speaks with Nellie Drew.

News Center Videos