11/13/19

UB geographer Marion Werner's study suggests that diet and health are important factors to consider when negotiating trade agreements.

11/13/19

The University Police lieutenant is the latest member of UPD to graduate from the academy in Quantico, Virginia.

11/12/19

Businesses that focus on innovation are more likely to be acquired — and receive a higher price when they are — according to new UB research.

11/12/19

UB researchers received funding from NASA to design a morphing spacecraft with wings that flap like a stingray’s pectoral fins.

11/11/19

UB uses a variety of communication channels to inform the campus of a change in scheduled operations due to severe winter weather.

11/11/19

From a bucket of dusty drawings unfolds the story of little-known architect A.E. Minks and the city he imagined.

11/11/19

Jacobs School leaders are reaching out to the community as they begin a three-year process that will include retreats, focus groups and town hall meetings.

11/8/19

Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson continue to teach, publish and collaborate after nearly 50 years of personal and professional togetherness.

11/7/19

Most mothers in the UB-led study had used cigarettes, alcohol, marijuana and cocaine during pregnancy, all obesity risk factors.

11/7/19

The effort marks the start of a project to track ecological events on campus and share data with scientists studying how nature responds to changing conditions.

11/7/19

Women who did the highest amount of physical activity had an 18% lower risk of hip fracture and a 6% lower risk of total fracture.

11/6/19

But the results are mixed, with private deals underperforming public, according to a new School of Management study.

Honoring veterans

UB honored the university’s veteran and military service members with a two-part program on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published November 12, 2019

On October 17th, 2019, the University at Buffalo hosted a conversation around the most aggressive climate change law in the country. The forum— Creating a Pathway to Climate Neutrality in NY: The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act— brought in policymakers, businesses, social justice advocates, environmentalists, academics, thought leaders and others and took a deep dive into the new legislation and what it means to achieving climate neutrality.

Pathway to climate neutrality

Earlier this fall, UB Sustainability convened policymakers, social justice advocates, academics and others for a conversation around New York State’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, the most aggressive climate change law in the country.

Two students walk along a sidewalk on the South Campus in late October 2019.

Autumn at UB

Students walk among the fall foliage on a recent sunny day on the South Campus. That scene will change soon, as the National Weather Service is forecasting light, accumulating snow across the area tomorrow. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published November 5, 2019

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