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The Buffalo Tanzania Education Project supports social change in
the African country.
The Gender Institute's “She Persists” symposium will
look at Buffalo's women innovators, past and present.
How stable is the Greenland Ice Sheet? Researchers addressed
that question at a workshop run by UB geologist Jason Briner.
Organizers of this year's Homecoming and Family Weekend promises
the event will be bigger and better than ever.
Brenda Moore will lead a panel on the racial- and gender-based
health disparities in veterans.
Members of the Communities of Excellence gathered to review the
impact they have had on education, scholarship and outreach.
A general contractor and architect have been selected for the
92,000-square-foot indoor practice facility.
Type 1 patients treated with dapagliflozin showed a significant
decline in their blood sugars, according to results of a new UB
“Gut Flora,” a new public art installation, has
taken up permanent residence in the Metro Rail station inside the
new medical school building.
President Satish K. Tripathi takes steps to ensure financial
mismanagement never happens again.
UB's Daniel Hess says advanced planning for extreme events
allows hospital staff to focus on what they do best —
compassionate patient care.
The Girls Education Collaborative urges Buffalonians to join DSS
speaker Malala Yousafzai in the campaign to educate girls
As construction workers put the finishing touches on the new
medical school building, our photographer managed to capture some
highlights. Photos: Douglas Levere
September 13, 2017
Campus Dining & Shops uses some special equipment to prepare
28,000 meals each day. Read
Green leaves are still on the trees in this recent aerial view
of Lake LaSalle and Baird Point. But the view will change in the
coming weeks, as cooler weather approaches. Photo: Douglas
James Gardner tells The Washington Post that the
disclosure of the identity of donors improves the quality of
electoral decision-making by informing voters who candidates may be
Jacob Neiheisel writes in the Washington Post
that, according to his research, large segments of the population
appear willing to invest significant resources to pursue or resist
the removal of Trump.