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UB alum and entrepreneur Bradley Cheetham came back to campus to share best practices for starting and maintaining a successful business.
As part of a new series of interviews with UB’s deans, UBNow sat down with GSE Dean Suzanne Rosenblith to learn more about the school’s strategic priorities.
UB architecture students contributed directly to the creative process for two performances being stage by Torn Space Theater.
The pioneer in the fields of innovation, incentive competitions and commercial space shared his optimistic views with a UB audience.
The team from UB’s chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students took first place in the prestigious Laurie design contest.
The discovery builds on decades of work on a family of proteins by UB's Richard Gronostajski.
UB geographer Chris Renschler says rains could bring flash floods and landslides, and cause ash and toxins from household products to flow into local waters.
A new report developed by UB graduate students offers strategies for how Chautauqua County can harness the food system for economic development and health.
Surveys in the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds show steady numbers of the imperiled mollusks, but other species are disappearing.
UB's senior associate dean for health policy says it's in the states’ interests to expand the health insurance program.
For the 16th consecutive year, UB ranks among the top 25 U.S. institutions hosting international students.
UB sociologist Robert Adelman warns that the query would undercut the accuracy of the count and politicize the process.
UB turned out to honor its veteran and military service members at the ninth annual Veterans Day program on Nov. 9. Photos: Nancy J. Parisi
Published November 13, 2018
UB is charting its course for excellence through innovation. Read President Tripathi's full State of the University address
Crews take down Pritchard Hall, a former South Campus dormitory which, along with Michael, Schoelkopf and MacDonald, began UB's history as a residential college. Photo: Mark Adams
Culture and technology are making signatures a devalued currency, Tamara Plakins Thornton, professor of history, tells The New York Times.
Spectrum News reports the UB held its fourth annual Dentistry Smiles on Veterans Day and interviews Brendan Dowd, clinical assistant professor in restorative dentistry.
An article in Time about how President Trump inserted himself into the midterm elections like few presidents before interviews Jacob Neiheisel, associate professor of political science.