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This installment of Out of Office spotlights Jaclyn Levesque, who is taking part in the Lewiston Art Festival for the first time.
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.
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 expert Mark Frank explains how to detect deception — and yes, the eyes can lie.
Carleara Weiss says improved sleep can have emotional, physical and mental health benefits.
While blizzards are inescapable, UB expert Michel Bruneau offers suggestions to help make snowstorms a day off rather than a disaster.
Nursing faculty members suggest ways to achieve happier, healthier living in the new year.
GSE researcher John Strong shares his insights on Gov. Kathy Hochul's proposal to address the decline in literacy in NYS.
The new physiology and biophysics faculty member looks at how different types of memories are formed and why some are strong while others are not.
As AI brings dead celebrities back to life, UB law professor Mark Bartholomew calls for changes in privacy, consumer protection and property laws.
The new chair of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies says her field studies topics that impact us every day.
The engineering faculty member, hired as part of UB's historic faculty hiring initiative, works with community groups to solve real-life engineering issues.
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.
Jessie Poon and Ling Bian have been elected fellows of American Association of Geographers.
The SUNY Distinguished Professor has been honored for his longstanding commitment to increasing diversity in the chemical sciences.
The senior director of student wellness was recognized for "advancing the practice of collegiate mental health and wellness."
The SUNY Distinguished Professor will give a keynote address on the sex differences in cardiac care.
The dean of the School of Social Work was selected to receive a Business First IDEA (Inclusion Diversity Equity Awareness) Award.