News and views for UB faculty and staff
Campus Living upholsterer Maureen Matesic adds a special touch to furniture she crafts for UB's residence halls.
Stephanie Phillips, a faculty member in the new Department of Engineering Education, finds similarities between technical writing and writing for comics.
Biochemistry professor Murray Ettinger retires after 48 years at UB, but his lore lives on.
Jacobs School associate dean Lisa Jane Jacobsen leads a fitness class to help medical students stay active.
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 faculty member Charles Lindsey says a number of factors could tip sales this year over $1 trillion for the first time.
UB geographer Chris Renschler says rains could bring flash floods and landslides, and cause ash and toxins from household products to flow into local waters.
UB's senior associate dean for health policy says it's in the states’ interests to expand the health insurance program.
Diversity claims victory in the midterm elections, but bipartisanship is unlikely on major issues, three UB faculty members say.
UB’s new AD is bullish on UB Athletics’ future.
UB researcher Natesh Parashurama is developing technologies and tools to grow personalized, 3D internal organs, such as the liver and pancreas.
Evolutionary biologist Jack Tseng talks about why the recent finding of a pterosaur fossil by Brigham Young scientists is so significant.
UB political scientist Jacob Neiheisel talks about the process for removing a president from office and why Donald Trump hasn't been impeached — and likely won’t be.
The world-renowned expert in materials science and technology has been elected a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
The ECMC Hepatology Clinic, led by UB's Anthony Martinez, was awarded the Special Recognition Award given in honor of World AIDS Day.
Christopher Romano’s design for “Light/Station,” a new facility for Buffalo’s Torn Space Theater, was recognized by the local chapter of AIA.
Michel Bruneau and Errol Meidinger have been appointed to SUNY's highest faculty rank in honor of their international prominence within their fields.