COVID-19 UPDATES • 5/11/2021
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Graduating students were recognized for their incredible achievements by the College of Arts and Sciences and SUNY.
Ahead of its commencement ceremonies, the school recognized 15 outstanding graduates for their academic, extracurricular or volunteer accomplishments.
On UB’s 175th anniversary, the UB community is marking the occasion by focusing on the university’s roots in medicine with a special commemorative issue of the Jacobs School’s alumni magazine, UB Medicine.
Findings suggest blanket increases across multiple measures, with pain rising in every adult age group, in every demographic group, and at every site of pain for which data exists.
Three soon-to-be UB graduates share their stories, who inspired them, and what they plan to do next.
UB will continue to urge all current and in-coming students to schedule their shots as soon as possible.
A study digs into the history of summer temperatures in southern Greenland, with findings that hold a message of caution as the world warms again today.
Ambitious employees in informal leadership roles can get burned out when they don’t receive support from their bosses, according to new research from the University at Buffalo School of Management.
Teams will seek to develop treatment options that could benefit patients with multiple sclerosis, hemophilia and more.
Limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius could halve sea level rise caused by melting land ice this century, according to an international team.
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