News and views for the UB community
GSE professor Stephen Santa-Ramirez works with students about their experiences of belonging — or the lack thereof — on their campuses.
UB staff member Alex Frase and his family have opened a U-pick it flower farm at their Pendleton home, where customers can also buy pre-made bouquets.
UB staff member Miranda Bosse spends her summer hours at her childhood dance studio teaching dancers who want to hone their skills.
The UB staff member has contributed to three books, the most recent about the 1951 Los Angeles Rams and pro football’s westward expansion.
Career Design Center staff member Jenna Hubbard spends her summer hours harvesting lettuce, unique vegetables and edible flowers.
Faculty experts weigh in on trending topics. Their views and opinions are based on their expertise and research, and do not represent the official positions of UB.
UB researcher Mary Riedy says 20 states don’t screen at birth for the rare and often fatal genetic disease.
UB faculty member Christine Bartholomew says that long term, the merger of Kroger and Albertsons would mean less consumer choice.
UB historian David Herzberg says the new approach could save thousands of lives if political opposition doesn’t derail it.
UB chemistry PhD candidate Heyang "Peter" Zhang discusses how the techniques used by the 2022 recipients are transforming the field.
Amanda Nickerson, director of the Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention, offers some strategies for parents when handling these sensitive topics.
UB Black history scholar LaGarrett King talks about the importance of teaching about Black history in schools and in society.
MFA student and UB Arts Collaboratory artist-in-residence Taylor Robers channels inspiration from ecosystems into art.
A new book edited by law faculty Irus Braverman examines the movement that recognizes that human health is connected to animals, plants and the environment.
2020 chair Ann Bisantz talks with UBNow about what the campaign means to her and why it's important for UB employees to support the effort.
In his new book, law professor Mark Bartholomew uses the tools of neuroscience to define the terms of the legal tests that apply in intellectual property disputes.
The SUNY Distinguished Professor is being recognized for his contributions to tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
Chris Cohan, David Murray and Todd Sage were recognized as exemplary online educators.
The UB urban planner has been appointed to the 400 Years of African-American History Commission by Gov. Kathy Hochul.
The UB architect was awarded the James William Kideney Award, the highest honor given to a member of the American Institute of Architects NYS.
The team leading interprofessional education at UB has been recognized by the National Academies of Practice with the Interprofessional Group Recognition Award.