• Study examines health implications of exposure to firearm violence
    6/12/24

    Exposure has a cumulative effect on the functional health of Black Americans, especially women, a UB social work researcher says.

  • UB hosts leading international AI conference
    6/12/24

    Attendees from around the world discuss cutting-edge research, with social media as the common theme.

  • ‘Planting trees’ in service to the community
    6/11/24

    UB law school faculty member Orlando Dickson reflects on a year teaching in the BA in Law program and his work in the community.

  • New technique could protect stem cells
    6/10/24

    Using shear-thinning hydrogels instead of saline solution to inject stem cells into the brain could lead to new therapies for MS and other neurological diseases.

  • Integrating AI into the classroom
    6/10/24

    UB’s Generative AI Task Force recently reported the findings of its yearlong, campuswide initiative exploring how GAI can be used in teaching and learning at the university.

  • UB hosts Ride for Roswell June 21-22
    6/7/24

    Members of the UB community should be prepared for heavy pedestrian and bike traffic, as well as parking lot closures and different traffic patterns.

  • Grant expands grad pipeline for Puerto Rican STEM students
    6/7/24

    UB's summer research partnership with University of Puerto Rico at Cayey will now include Texas A&M and Inter American University of Puerto Rico.

  • SUNY honors Sturman
    6/6/24

    The instructional designer in the School of Social Work received the FACT2 Award for Excellence in Instructional Support.

  • Webinar highlights crucial health-housing link
    6/6/24

    A UB faculty member and PhD student addressed challenges from the perspective of the Pan American Health Organization.

  • SPHHP dean contributes to JAMA paper on WHI
    6/5/24

    Jean Wactawski-Wende says the paper aimed to provide further detail, clarity and longer-term assessment of risks and benefits of hormone replacement therapy.

  • Career pathways for PhD students
    6/5/24

    A one-day conference provided 75 PhD students and postdocs with options both in and outside of academia.

  • UB cystic fibrosis research has been transforming patients’ lives
    6/4/24

    For decades, UB researchers have been committed to studying and keeping up with the dramatic advances in treating CF.

  • Sharing the wealth

    The Professional Staff Senate's Sustainable Living Committee hosted a one-for-one plant exchange for faculty and staff on May 22 in Lockwood Library. Participants could contribute perennials, shrubs and small trees from their own gardens and exchange them for new and interesting plants. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

    Published June 3, 2024

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Corina Stammworthy discusses how UB has continued to affect her career and her life.

True Blue: Corina Stammworthy

Along with her three UB degrees, Corina Stammworthy came up with her business concept in a dream. Now, the founder of Laundromutt, a dog grooming and day care services provider, has turned her dream into reality and a career — all while facing serious health challenges. Watch this episode of True Blue to hear Corina’s story.

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