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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.
UB's director of athletic bands also brings high standards to his other gig as a trombonist for a Chicago tribute band.
UB dental school staffer Eileen McIlhagga takes care of the tiniest animals as a volunteer with the agency’s Wildlife Department.
Patricia Ohtake is the only UB faculty member to receive the honor from the American Physical Therapy Association.
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.
Epidemiologist Michael LaMonte offers tips on how to maintain a healthy heart, including how everyday activities count toward hitting health goals.
UB engineers Andrew Whittaker and Michael Constantinou studied Turkish infrastructure after the 1999 quakes in İzmit and Düzce.
Three UB experts offer insights on how to cope with the events that have rocked Western New York during the past nine months.
UB sleep medicine specialist Amanda Hassinger offers tips for achieving more quality sleep that may help you achieve your New Year’s resolutions.
Mark O'Brian explains how Moderna's experimental vaccine treats, but doesn't prevent, the aggressive skin cancer.
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.
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.
Eduardo Mercado III's research could completely upend our understanding of why whales sing.
Ekaterina Noyes was honored by the Association for Clinical and Translational Science.