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For the second straight year, UB is going to a bowl game and will take on the Charlotte 49ers in the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl on Dec 20.
Two aspiring ER doctors draw inspiration from an avid sports fan and guest lecturer who taught them about his degenerative disease.
The trained psychiatric epidemiologist studies substance use and mental health.
“Into the Blue” is another vehicle for sharing the many stories about the university and its people.
Social Work researcher Annahita Ball and graduate students helped youth become thoughtful leaders in racial understanding and social justice.
Schlaich Bergermann Partner will design a replacement bridge over the I-190 connecting 4th St. Park to Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Centennial Park.
Students from Williamsville South are among the thousands growing crystals in the competition founded by UB chemist Jason Benedict.
Events like the Halloween-themed “Tricks, Treats and Science Discoveries” help educate the public and encourage participation in research projects.
UB psychologist Catherine Cook-Cottone suggests you ask yourself some questions before talking politics this Thanksgiving.
Creating a physical presence using elements of the UB brand informs and unites the campus community.
The College of Arts and Sciences will hold meetings with stakeholders to generate ideas on how to revitalize programs in the Department of Transnational Studies.
UBNow sat down with nursing dean Marsha Lewis to talk about a number of topics, including the school’s strategic plan and how it aligns with UB’s Top 25 ambition.