The Department of Chemistry’s CHEM 360° initiative offers undergrads a summer of lab work, as well as instruction on ethics and social media.


SUNY FACT2 Excellence in Instruction Award is one of several honors Kruger has received over the past year.


UB’s physics department is hosting a conference this week for researchers working with the Large Hadron Collider.


UB will share in a $2.9M grant awarded to Say Yes Buffalo to increase college completion rates for Buffalo Public Schools graduates.


The findings suggest that the country may need to re-evaluate its standards for nitrogen dioxide.


A study of survivors’ near-miss experiences on 9/11 contributes to an understanding of what counts as exposure trauma.


Daniel Mulhall, Ireland's ambassador to the U.S., pays a visit to UB’s internationally known James Joyce Collection.


Working with Crosswater Digital Media, UB instructors use virtual reality to innovate the teaching of gross anatomy.


Twelve UB faculty members have been named recipients of the university’s 2019 Exceptional Scholar and Teaching Innovation Awards.


Finding a Native American dentist is rare. A new program at the School of Dental Medicine aims to change that.


UB faculty member Jun-Xu Li has received a $2M NIH grant to look at a receptor that has recently emerged as a novel target for treating drug addiction.


The new guidelines could offer an alternative to opioids to treat oral mucositis, the painful side effect of head and neck cancer treatment.

Head start

Some incoming first-year students got a jump on their intro science courses by taking part in the Summer Science Workshops offered by the College of Arts and Sciences. The preparatory workshops were offered for students who will be taking introductory biological sciences or general chemistry or physics courses during their first year at UB. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published July 11, 2019

UB Architecture and Planning students discussing a project they worked on to help New York State address the impacts climate change.

Addressing climate change

Students in the School of Architecture and Planning are learning how to introduce green and resilient building strategies to adapt to a changing environment.

Alexandra Dombrowski, one of the student volunteers who help take care of the Bizer Bees.

Busy bees

Student volunteer Alexandra Dombrowski takes care of the bees that live in six hives in green space between Crofts Hall and Bizer Creek on the North Campus. Dombrowski, a rising senior majoring in biological sciences, worked with David Hoekstra, clinical assistant professor of biological sciences, to install the hives. The initiative aims to offer members of the UB community the opportunity to learn about beekeeping, as well as provide opportunities to conduct research on honey bees. Read the story. Photo: Douglas Levere

Published July 17, 2019

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