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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.
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.”
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.
Let’s start planning for it now, UB architecture professor Nicholas Rajkovich says.
The prize recently awarded for physiology or medicine recognizes work that builds on research from the lab of UB faculty member Fred Sachs and colleagues.
Global supply chains issues — which began long before COVID — are the reasons, School of Management experts say.
Social work researcher Wooksoo Kim says the newcomers drive population growth — including Buffalo’s first population gain in 70 years — and improve the quality of life.
UB medical historian Yan Liu writes that traditional Chinese medicine shows that context can make all the difference between poison or cure.
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.
Heather Williams, assistant clinical professor in biological sciences and director of the department’s REU, talks about the program’s successful first summer.
The UB theoretical chemist is a leading expert in computational materials chemistry.
The American College of Epidemiology has honored the UB faculty member with its most prestigious award, the Outstanding Contributions to Epidemiology Award.
The leader in digital education is being cited for her teamwork and community-building by the national organization.
The UB mechanical engineering professor is being recognized for his exceptional achievements and contributions to the profession.
Only the third person to earn the Sharona Gordon Award, the UB biochemist has been a tireless advocate for diversity and inclusivity in science.