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The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences announced new leadership changes that took effect July 1, with Moises Sudit and Alan Rabideau assuming new positions.
UPD inspector DJ Rehberg spends his summer hours taking part in the sport of “nose work.”
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.
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.
Amanda Nickerson, director of the Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention, offers some strategies for parents when handling these sensitive topics.
Dejan Stojkovic says a wormhole is like a tunnel between two distant points in our universe that cuts the travel time from one point to the other.
Law professor Lucinda Finley says donating to funds — even where helping women get abortions is illegal — is protected by Supreme Court precedents.
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.
In a Q&A with UBNow, the new director of the Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program talks with UBNow about his new position at the university.
Melissa White talks with UBNow about what sparked her interest in the violin, how her teachers contine to inspire her and her impressions of UB as a new faculty member.
Professor Tanya Monestier's new book, “Sh*t No One Tells You About Law School,” aims to help incoming students navigate the law school experience.
A new book by UB faculty member Michel Bruneau explores the lessons that catastrophes teach us and why our future depends on it.
Law professor John Henry Schlegel looks at Buffalo as an example of how a city hurt by the loss of its manufacturing base might find a better future.
The T. H. Maiman Award from the Academy of Laser Dentistry recognizes the UB oral biologist for his work on photobiomodulation.
The Chancellor’s Award Lecture in Neuroscience and Ophthalmology recognizes the UB faculty member's major discoveries in the field.
UB faculty members Xiufeng Liu, Thomas Thundat and Robert Zivadinov have been promoted to the highest faculty rank in the SUNY system.
The UB biochemist is the first SUNY recipient of the R35 award, which provides funding for research that breaks new ground or extends discoveries.
A member of the UB faculty since 2010, Rao is the recipient of an honor that is considered the Nobel Prize for the field of statistics.