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Traditional interventions for new, low-income mothers of color often provide little relief from postpartum depression, according to a new study led by a University at Buffalo researcher.


Soon, Alec Schon won’t just be learning about accounting standards—he’ll be helping to set them at the Governmental Accounting Standards Board.


From May 8-15, UB student volunteers will be stationed at three collection sites where resident students can dispose of items they no longer want, and which will be resold at a large yard sale in the fall.


For African-Americans transitioning into adulthood, childhood communities and late-adolescent relationships play strong roles in shaping later views about the meaning and importance of marriage, much more so than family background.


Faculty Experts


Joseph Atkinson

Director of the Great Lakes Program

Expertise: Great Lakes water levels, flooding and water pollution

Phone: 716-645-2220



Barbara Wejnert

Associate Professor of Transnational Studies

Expertise: spread of democracy since 1800, democratic transitions and sustainability, Eastern European politics and political movements, democracy and inequality in a globalized world

Phone: 716-645-2327 (ext. 1087), 607-379-8175



UB in the News


An op-ed on CNN by Arun Vishwanath suggests there is a need to construct a cyberwall against hackers to protect people from cyberattacks.


The Buffalo News reports on the work of Jonathan Lovell and the promising biotech companies he has co-founded.


James Campbell is quoted in ABC about the increased importance of votes being cast late in the primary process.


The Washington Post reports on what hiring managers can learn from the NFL Draft based on research by Timothy Maynes.

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