12/4/18

A UB study finds that Army Reserve and National Guard soldiers who have negative emotions about not being deployed are more likely to misuse alcohol.

12/4/18

The appointments of Korydon Smith as chair and Joyce Hwang as associate chair usher in a new era in the Department of Architecture.

12/3/18

Peter McCarthy, Luke Johnson and Amir Rezaei bring a unique understanding and appreciation for the university to the project.

12/2/18

UB will play Troy University in the Dollar General Bowl on Dec. 22.

11/30/18

Ten UB law students are heading to Poland for a UN convention on climate change during which delegates will negotiate reducing emissions.

11/30/18

Steven J. Fliesler will use the $2.2 million award to better understand a rare cause of blindness that strikes young children.

11/30/18

At the next Science & Art Cabaret, artist Sam Van Aken will talk about his work growing single trees that one day will bear 40 varieties of fruit.

11/29/18

The new series explores the use of digital tools and data in research and teaching.

11/29/18

Christopher Romano’s design for “Light/Station,” a new facility for Buffalo’s Torn Space Theater, was recognized by the local chapter of AIA.

11/29/18

More than 1,200 scholars attended last month’s national conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, hosted by UB.

11/29/18

A genetics course in which students use the gene-editing technique to alter yeast genes also asks them to consider the technology’s societal implications.

11/28/18

The new Center for the Advancement of Sport will tackle policy initiatives, educational programming and collaborative research.

Kids' Day

Davis Hall was filled with aspiring scientists recently for the Department of Computer Science and Engineering's annual CSE Kids' Day. Led by UB students, the event features a variety of kid-friendly, interactive projects designed to promote computer science. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published December 13, 2018

Support the Bulls

There's still time to get your tickets for the Dollar General Bowl. You can also support your Bulls even if you can't make it to Mobile.

Red berries hang from a tree branch outside Kapoor Hall on the South Campus. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

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