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UB PhD alumna and Fulbright scholar Naila Sahar returns to teach and conduct research at UB as an AAUW Postdoctoral International Fellow.
Jacobs School staff member and former roller derby queen Midori Ohtake spends her Summer Hours pursuing her passion for skating at local parks.
GSE staffer Renad Aref is using her Summer Hours to turn two of her childhood hobbies — coin-collecting and jewelry-making — into a growing business.
Jane Sinclair-Piegza and her husband have turned a forlorn piece of earth into a healthy forest of native trees and shrubs where wildlife flourishes.
UB faculty member Korydon Smith creates design solutions for marginalized people around the world.
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.
Law professor Lucinda Finley says the draft Supreme Court ruling that would overturn the right to abortion puts other rights at risk as well.
UB political scientist Jacob Neiheisel says that unless the situation improves soon, Democrats should expect losses in the 2022, 2024 elections.
UB political scientist Elena McLean says severe sanctions can rival military conflict in the scale of economic and human costs they can generate.
With personal connections to the war in Ukraine, management dean Paul Tesluk finds hope in the leadership of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
UB experts Timothy Murphy and Teresa Quattrin talk about the importance of booster shots and vaccinations for children ages 5-11.
Four weeks after the mass shooting, UBNow asked faculty to help explain racism in Buffalo, the legacy of gun culture, and what educators can do to confront hate.
UB infectious disease expert Thomas Russo talks to UBNow about the FDA’s recent approval of a fourth COVID-19 shot.
SUNY Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Janet Morrow talks about her journey to become co-founder and chief science officer of Ferric Contrast Inc.
UB’s executive chef talks with UBNow about the menu at One World Café and what diners should expect when food service begins in late spring.
UB infectious disease expert Thomas Russon answers some questions about the importance of getting a COVID-19 booster shot as the spring semester gets underway.
The IISE’s highest award recognizes contributions to the welfare of mankind in the field of industrial engineering.
Ryan Muldoon's book “Social Contract Theory for a Diverse World” is featured on the “Syndicate” discussion space.
The award recognizes the UB faculty member as a leader in pharmaceutical and clinical sciences, pharmacy practice, and social and administrative sciences.
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.