4/25/19

Toxicology screens don't detect the supplement, but it can cause withdrawal in newborns.

4/24/19

The New Investigator Award will provide startup funding for the UB pharmacy professor's research.

4/24/19

As efforts to legalize cannabis grow, the need arises for tailored health education, authors of a UB-led study say.

4/23/19

UB psychologist Leonard Simms' research suggests that a response format should be given as much thought as the test itself.

4/23/19

The university tops the Mid-American Conference and also ranks No. 10 on the Environment America list of top colleges for renewable energy use.

4/22/19

Event is part of the UB English department’s contribution to the campus-wide Discovery Week.

4/22/19

Newly unveiled renderings offer a glimpse into the interior of One World Café, complete with video walls, tiered seating and more.

4/22/19

$675,000 grant will provide training in advanced medical management of patients with complex bleeding, thrombotic disorders.

4/22/19

Jacobs School alumnus Robert Gore will deliver the keynote address for the school’s annual Spring Clinical Day on May 4.

4/19/19

A student team’s idea for a ‘bug burger’ won the $3,000 grand prize at UB’s World’s Challenge Challenge.

4/19/19

Former U.S. Secretary of State wrapped up the 2018-19 Distinguished Speakers Series with talk on the international order.

4/19/19

Events include inaugural Pride Parade and festival, screening of "The Long Trail Out."

Natural splendor

Students in Joan Linder’s drawing course recently ventured into the greenhouses next to Dorsheimer Laboratory on the North Campus to sketch plants. The course is the second of a two-semester offering that focuses on drawing as a foundation for all the visual arts. Course projects such as this one are structured to make visible the internal world of emotions, imagination, memory and opinion. Linder is chair of the Department of Art in the College of Arts and Sciences. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published April 11, 2019

Ian DesJardin's discusses his work in the Nanosatellite Lab and how that fits his childhood dreams and future plans.

Rising star

Ian DesJardin is one of the next generation of UB student leaders who’s already making a difference in his profession.

A group of new employyes pose for a group photo with UB President Satish Tripathi (center) during the Professional Staff Senate New Employee Breakfast event.

Breakfast with the president

It’s an annual tradition at UB: Each spring, new hires at the university get to share a meal with UB President Satish K. Tripathi during a welcome breakfast put on by the Professional Staff Senate. This year’s breakfast was April 12 in the Center for Tomorrow. Photo: Douglas Levere

Published April 19, 2019

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