2/1/18

The UB English professor is the recipient of the Modern Language Association's biennial Prize for a Scholarly Edition.

2/1/18

The string quartet will perform all six concerts over four days, the first such scheduling of the cycle at UB in at least 25 years.

2/2/18

UB is back for the 2018 edition of the botanical garden's annual light and sound show with some special — and unexpected — touches.

2/2/18

Engineering professor John Atkinson is working to broaden students’ opportunities to learn about the topic.

2/5/18

The UB-led NAVIGATE Project will use the case study method to help students prepare for inequality.

2/2/18

Swift action by UBPD Lt. David Urbanek and Getzville Fire makes a life-and-death difference for UB senior John Miske after a freak lacrosse accident.

2/5/18

Students will select the name for the landmark venue in an online contest.

2/6/18

Law professor Mark Bartholomew wonders if personalized Super Bowl ads could be on the horizon.

2/7/18

A new study by UB vision researchers suggests that adding antioxidant therapy to the standard-of-care prevents vision loss in babies with SLOS.

2/6/18

Geology’s mascot “sees” his shadow at the annual Groundhog Day cookout, meaning we won’t be wearing flip flops any time soon.

2/7/18

The three companies will use awards of $225,000 to advance technologies in health care and water purification.

2/8/18

CAI artist-in-residence Olivier Pasquet’s “Lloyd’s Mirror” combines site and sound in a performance that will evolve over six days.

2/8/18

IRS-certified accounting students from UB will provide free tax preparation services to those with annual incomes below $54,000.

 

2/8/18

The talk by the author of “The Handmaid’s Tale” opens a weekend film festival presented by UB’s Humanities Institute.

2/9/18

UB architect Christopher Romano designs a new space for the Torn Space theater company on Buffalo’s historic East Side.

2/9/18

Some GSE faculty members have started projects that aim to benefit community education and the people most in need of the university’s expertise.

2/12/18

The terrazzo tile from alum Kent Randle and Tiede-Zoeller Tile showcases the donor wall space in the new Jacobs School building.

2/12/18

Diet is not the sole factor in how skulls in the carnivoran mammal group are shaped and function, new research has found.

2/13/18

A national grant to UB's internal medicine residency program will allow residents to spend more time with their patients.

2/8/18

The director of UB’s RENEW Institute was cited for advances in materials science and superconducting materials.

2/12/18

A gold tab attached to the skin converts mechanical energy into juice for wearables and self-powered electronics.

2/13/18

Speakers at this spring's lectures will focus on substance use issues in women.

2/13/18

UB researchers contributed to new guidelines for managing fatigue in the nation’s emergency medical services personnel.

2/14/18

Stephanie Davidson and Georg Rafailidis are being honored with the coveted ‘Emerging Voices’ award.

2/15/18

A UB study is the first to examine the neurobiology of quick decision-making in police officers.

2/12/18

Interim vice provost for inclusive excellence notes UB's annual traditions promoting awareness of black history and culture.

2/14/18

UB faculty member Carrie Tirado Braemen wonders which version of America will prevail in the DACA debate.

2/15/18

Scientists at the University of Rochester and UB believe they've found a promising compound that could transform the energy storage landscape.

2/14/18

The annual event with the Chinese Club of Western New York presents traditional and contemporary performing arts.

2/16/18

The once-vacant hallways are now teeming with student activity, thanks to the work of five biological sciences staffers.

2/15/18

The annual Life Raft Debate offers faculty the chance to make the case that their discipline is the most critical to society.

2/19/18

UB architects Despina Stratigakos and Kelly Hayes McAlonie have contributed profiles to the Pioneering Women of American Architecture website.

2/19/18

UBIT expert Catherine Ullman offers advice for the UB community on how to avoid — and recover from — attempts by online scammers.

2/20/18

The School of Architecture and Planning will tell Buffalo’s story of place at the world’s premier exhibition for architecture and design.

2/20/18

The former judge and ECMC legal counsel bring practical experience and a passion for the courtroom to help UB law students.

2/21/18

The results of the UB study counter the common belief that letting kids sip alcohol might promote responsible drinking later in life.

2/21/18

Seven graduate students spent the fall semester creating design concepts for the solar dwelling's new site next to the Solar Strand on the North Campus.

2/22/18

The $100,000 award will ensure that students experiencing unforeseen financial hardships are able to stay on track toward graduation.

2/23/18

1Capen helps students take care of all of their essential services, like financial aid and parking permits.

2/21/18

The new test approved by the FDA detects traumatic brain injury, not concussion, UB concussion expert John Leddy warns.

2/22/18

The story of how an entrepreneurial UB faculty member partnered with the university to grow one of Buffalo’s most prominent biotech firms.

2/23/18

Society’s ardent faith in fossil fuels even in the face of climate change is the subject of the next edition of the Screen Projects public video art series.

2/26/18

As director of UB's Center for Disability Studies, historian Michael Rembis works to promote connections between WNY organizations.

2/26/18

Bianca Weinstock-Guttman received the Impact Award from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society for her research and patient care.

2/23/18

Three faculty members pleaded their cases — despite an over-the-top devil's advocate — at the annual Life Raft Debate.

2/26/18

The television series “UB Football Insider: Training Camp Edition” is competing with projects from pro sports teams.

2/27/18

UB's Pavani Ram is among the contributors to a Stanford-led study of children in poor regions of Bangladesh.

2/27/18

Jin Young Song’s two award-winning concepts are based on the same technology used in snap bracelets.

2/28/18

UB staff member Molly Anderson’s connection to the Russian city of Ryazan changed her life.  

2/28/18

UB pediatric pulmonologist Daniel Sheehan co-chaired a panel that issued new care guidelines for patients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.