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In the inaugural installment of the new Out of Office series, faculty member Corrie Stone-Johnson brings the dialogue to a Buffalo neighborhood.
The senior director of advancement for the Jacobs School is giving her time as a volunteer for the Red Cross.
Akua O. Gyamerahuses her research on the social inequalities that drive health disparities to fight for a better world.
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.
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 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.
The distinguished professor designation is the highest faculty rank in the SUNY system.
Charles Lindsey says this holiday season should be strong, with reports of the impact of supply chain issues largely overblown.
UBNow talks with medical student Mohamed Bah, who did a clinical rotation with the team as part of the NFL's Diversity in Sports Medicine Pipeline Initiative.
UB faculty member Julie Gorlewski assesses the ongoing problems — and solutions — associated with the national teaching shortage.
UB dermatologist Kristina Seiffert offers some suggestions on how to protect yourself and your family this summer.
Artificial intelligence expert Jinjun Xiong talks to UBNow about the impact of AI on research now and in the future, and how it will affect health care.
In a Q&A with UBNow, new UBAA President Joseph V. Stefko talks about his role and how alumni can remain part of the UB community.
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.
CAS academic adviser Joe Syracuse took first place in this year's Step Challenge, recording more than 1.6 million steps during the month of April.
The National Board of Medical Examiners develops and manages assessments of health care professionals, and works to create licensing exams and in-training testing.
The UB mechanical engineer is among 269 new fellows recognized by one of the oldest scholarly societies in the United States.