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UB athletics is no longer an afterthought. It’s part of the national conversation.
New York’s “Stay Awake, Stay Alive” campaign made an impression during a recent visit to a UB public health class.
Past NCAA Tournament success helps the UB women's basketball team create a mindset for the future.
UB medical students in the Class of 2019 learned where they will train in residency at Match Day, a rite of passage for prospective physicians.
Veteran broadcasters Josh Whetzel and Paul Peck are the eyes and ears of Bulls fans who can't get to the games.
The UB study examined 190,000 patients over 15 years and found that acid reflux drugs increase the risk of kidney disease by 20 percent.
New research led by biologist Omer Gokcumen uncovers a complex story that hints at how adaptable — yet delicate — humans are as a species.
The School of Law's Center for the Advancement of Sport will train lawyers for the sports industry and promote interdisciplinary research.
An evening of jazz and the music of Kurt Weill are the focus of back-to-back concerts this month.
The UB-led study found that the refugee women have healthier pregnancies than women born in the U.S., despite receiving less prenatal care.
The innovative research and advocacy initiative aims to combat medical errors and polypharmacy in the elderly.
UB makes its third straight appearance in the Big Dance as the 10th seed in the Albany Region.
Women's basketball player Cierra Dillard (left) chats with Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown (center in blue cap) and coach Felisha Legette-Jack. Also pictured are President Satish K. Tripathi (far right) and A. Scott Weber, vice president for student life (behind Brown). Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki
Cierra Dillard shares a high-five with Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown. Photo: Paul Hokanson
Women's coach Felisha Legette-Jack (left) and men's coach Nate Oats (second from left) applaud and cheer along with President Satish K. Tripathi (far right) as Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown reads a proclamation declaring March 19 "UB Bulls March Madness Day." Photo: Paul Hokanson
Nate Oats and Felisha Legette-Jack share good wishes. Photo: Paul Hokanson
Members of the university community cheer some players from the men's basketball team as they walk through the lobby of Alumni Arena. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki
Heading for the airport bus. Photo: Paul Hokanson
Members of the men's basketball team board the bus to the airport. Photo: Paul Hokanson
Some members of the women's basketball team give the "horns up" sign as they walk out of Alumni Arena. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki
They're on their way! Photo: Paul Hokanson
Members of the women's basketball team board their bus to begin their journey to Connecticut for the NCAA Tournament. Photo: Paul Hokanson
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown joins the fun as the UB community sends the men's and women's basketball teams off to their first-round games in the NCAA Tournament on Friday. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki and Paul Hokanson
Published March 19, 2019
UB faculty, staff and theatre students built the U.S. entry in the 2019 Prague Quadrennial, the global showcase for the best in performance design, scenography and theater architecture.
Tundra swans, the white birds in the foreground, join a flock of Canada geese on Lake LaSalle near Baird Point. Photo: Douglas Levere
Published March 21, 2019
Psychology Today talked to Michael Poulin about how high stress usually predicts a shorter life. Poulin's research shows that this was not the case for those who engaged in volunteering.
Bustle talks to James Gardner over whether politicians can run for president and another political office at the same time.
An article on Science Daily reports on new research co-authored by Z. Jack Tseng, that examines the oddly shaped skull of an extinct weasel called Leptarctus primus.