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COVID-19 UPDATES • 7/8/2021
University Communications photographer Douglas Levere used his Summer Hours and pizza-making talents to raise money for cancer research.
In a new series highlighting the hobbies of UB employees, photographer Meredith Forrest Kulwicki takes us into the enchantment of Pamela Rose's garden.
UB professor Lillian Williams has devoted her career to building archives and organizations to advance the study of Black history, women’s history and local history.
UB's head grounds supervisor leads a team that makes sure the campus looks its best.
Mary Bush's Buffalo-based novel continues to follow the exploits of dentist-turned-death-scene-investigator Valentina Knight.
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.
Two Supreme Court justices' calls to reconsider the landmark case “could represent a turning point” in the history of free speech, UB libel law expert Samantha Barbas says.
UB professor Daniel Hess discusses how gay communities' experience with the HIV/AIDS pandemic made them well equipped to help early in the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UB geriatrician says non-pharmacological approaches remain the priority for Alzheimer’s patients.
In a piece in The Conversation, UB urban planners Daniel Hess and Jeffrey Rehler describe what happened when Buffalo changed its zoning rules.
Professor Ernest Sternberg provides his view of the current unrest in Israel and Gaza.
Answers to a few of international students' most frequently asked questions about vaccination status.
Here’s what UB physicians Thomas Russo and Fred Archer say you need to know for a safe and healthy return to the in-person workplace.
In a Q&A with UBNow, neurosurgeon Elad Levy discusses the phenomenon that paused distribution of the single-shot COVID-19 vaccine.
Raven Baxter and Olivia Geneus talk about the online movements they founded to celebrate and elevate the voices of Black scientists.
The group discusses the challenges it faced last March and April, the significance of its task, and how its work helped influence behaviors and, ultimately, save lives.
The UB social work professor is in line to lead the board of directors of the national association representing social work education in the U.S. in July 2022.
The award recognizes the neuropsychology and MS expert for his outstanding scholarship and contributions to the Jacobs School.
The UB biostatistician has been recognized by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics for outstanding accomplishments in the field of statistical science.
Several public health faculty recently were recognized through appointments to, and honors from, professional organizations.
The computer science professor will work to attract more women to science and engineering at UB.