3/9/18

A study by social work researcher Elizabeth Bowen explores why people are hungry, despite food pantries and SNAP.

3/1/18

UB's partnership with Evergreen Health opens new avenues for clinical research and training in the areas of HIV and hepatitis C.

2/28/18

The director of UB's Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention and other scholars advocate adding research to the dialogue.

3/2/18

A new imaging method developed by UB's Thomas Grant will dramatically improve how scientists “see inside” molecular structures in solution.

3/1/18

A session presented by ISSS tackled the language and cultural barriers that affect international students in and out of the classroom.

3/1/18

Susan E. Rice told a UB audience that Martin Luther King Jr.'s greatest gift was his ability to lead the movement for social change.

3/5/18

Reality TV played a key role in Donald Trump winning the presidency in 2016, a study by UB psychologist Shira Gabriel has found.

3/2/18

Law professor Nellie Drew talks about the outlet she created for students to develop networking connections within the field of sports law.

3/6/18

UB innovators can take part in a pitch contest to win up to $2,000 for ideas to help older adulsts stay in their homes.

3/6/18

The acclaimed trio will present a mix of Shostakovich and Beethoven trios in concerts at UB and at Kleinhans.

3/6/18

Kendra N. Cadogan has been named the School of Law's inaugural director of diversity, equity and inclusion.

3/7/18

From phone charger cords to small appliances and more, volunteer fixers will do their best to get items back to working order.

3/7/18

Michael Brown advances in the selection process for the prestigious award for graduate study.

3/8/18

Local high school students will get a taste of the STEM fields at UB's annual Science Exploration Day.

3/7/18

Vice President Laura Hubbard gave a presentation on UB's capital needs — and how the university plans to address those needs — at Monday's meeting.

3/8/18

The UB cardiologist cautions that snow shoveling could be more strenuous than exercising on a treadmill.

3/9/18

The grants to four faculty members will be used to advance drug safety for the elderly and improve treatments for COPD and dialysis.

3/12/18

The coveted award will support the UB chemist's work creating research tools to speed development of new materials.

3/8/18

“SportsCenter’s” fixation on the pizza prize helps give UB senior Kyle Hughes a week in the spotlight.

3/9/18

Hundreds of Buffalo eighth-graders extracted their own DNA and learned about the genetics of wizarding at Genome Day.

3/12/18

Expressive writing about bias is not always a beneficial exercise, research by UB professor Melanie Green has found.

3/9/18

UB and men's basketball coach Nate Oats have agreed to a new five-year contract.

3/12/18

Meat-and-potatoes Bulls are headed to the land of the tuber for the first round of the NCAA tournament.

3/13/18

New UB research has found evidence that behavioral symptoms may be alleviated by targeting a set of genes involved in the disease.

3/12/18

Award-winning author Margaret Atwood tells a UB audience that the humanities answer the questions of who we are and what we want to be.

3/14/18

The School of Public Health and Health Professions' is lookiing for participants in its 2018 Step Challenge to take a collective 300 million steps during April.

3/15/18

The absence of TTP, a protein critical to the control of inflammation, may lead to rapid and severe bone loss, according to a new UB study.

3/13/18

Sponsors include the FBI, Secret Service, U.S. Attorney's Office and the Erie County District Attorney's Office.

3/13/18

The women's basketball team will take on No. 6 seed South Florida after earning its first-ever at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament.

3/13/18

The Buffalo Bills are joining WNY sports fans in supporting the men's basketball team in its historic season.

3/14/18

Participants in the Three Minute Thesis competition proved that it's possible to explain complicated research in a brief — and interesting — way.

3/14/18

While you won’t find their names on the Bulls’ roster, Tom Fox and Adam Bauman have critical roles in the men’s basketball team’s success this season.

3/20/18

A new study suggests the element steps in to help form stable chemical compounds under high pressure.

3/19/18

Hispanics who were homeless, under 19 or had U.S. citizenship shared a preference for English, UB research has found.

3/16/18

UB medical students in the new “Health in the Neighborhood” course are hearing from those in the inner city who bear the consequences.

3/14/18

The UB women leave snowy Buffalo for sunny Florida, ready to “put the ball down and make it dance” in their first-round NCAA Tournament game on Saturday.

3/15/18

UBNow decided to buck tradition and asked the Bulls a few fun questions to lighten the mood.

3/15/18

The women's head coach has taken the team from 12 wins to 27 in her six-year tenure.

3/15/18

They're coming from all corners of the country to watch their Bulls in the Big Dance.

3/16/18

A UB study finds support from online forums improves self-care for HIV patients, but excessive amounts can be overwhelming.

3/19/18

RIA scientist Samir Haj-Dahmane has discovered how certain neurotransmitters are transported and reach their targets in the brain.

3/16/18

Bulls fans in Boise were going bonkers with UB's stunning upset of Arizona in the NCAA tournament.

3/16/18

Bulls fans watching the men's upset of Arizona hope for a similar outcome with the women on Saturday.

3/16/18

UB's historic victory over Arizona garnered worldwide news coverage and joyful social media postings from Bulls' fans.

3/16/18

While this trip to the NCAA tournament is not the first for the seniors on the women's team, there's a different mindset this year.

3/16/18

UB Athletics' ticket sales and marketing staff have been busy trying to keep up with the demand for Bulls basketball tickets.

3/17/18

Meet some of the personalities that make UB's spirit squad a force to be reckoned with when the Bulls take the court.

3/18/18

While Saturday's loss ended the UB men’s journey through the Big Dance, Bulls fans couldn’t be happier to be along for the ride.

3/18/18

The UB women overcame a shaky start to earn a history-making upset of South Florida in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

3/19/18

With UB's pep band in Boise, Florida State's band stepped in for the UB women during Saturday's game in Tallahassee.

3/19/18

Sam Wilkins, sister of Bulls forward Courtney Wilkins, wins the prize for making the longest trip to see the Bulls in Tallahassee.

3/20/18

Penn State professor Ann Kolanowski will discuss the difficulties of delirium during the School of Nursing’s 21st Annual Bonnie Bullough Lecture.

3/20/18

A 15-year, UB-led study has created a “looking glass” into the genome of a key COPD pathogen and how to fight it.

3/21/18

A new study has found that politics is not the primary reason people are leaving churches.

3/20/18

The UB women  knocked off Florida State, 86-65, on Monday, scrapping and swaggering their way to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.

3/20/18

A range of UB graduate and professional degree programs have been cited as among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report.

3/21/18

Reproductive hormones that develop during puberty are not responsible for changes in adolescents' social behavior, new UB research has found.

3/21/18

A new book co-authored by UB's Trina Hamilton explores how to keep neighborhoods affordable while pursuing environmental goals.

3/21/18

The deputy director of athletics at the University of Memphis has been tapped to lead UB's athletics program.

3/21/18

The Difficult Conversations series will use the film to inform discussion of whether art is on the side of the oppressed or the oppressor.

3/23/18

Critical Language Scholarship winners Jenny Simon and Ethan Wolfson-Seely will study in Asia this summer.

3/22/18

The Science & Art Cabaret will address the ultimate theme — one familiar to all but also an endless source of curiosity.

3/22/18

Perception of trauma and marriage satisfaction strongly influence how soldiers deal with trauma from combat, a UB study has found.

3/21/18

Dozens of fans gathered in the Alumni Arena lobby to wish their Bulls well as they head to Albany for the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament.

3/26/18

Seventeen Sustainable Development Goals are forming the framework for UB's events and activities.

3/27/18

Members of the UB community were able to patch it — rather than pitch it — at the recent Repair and Reuse Fair.

3/23/18

Bulls Coach Felisha Legette-Jack predicted two years ago that her players had what it takes to make it to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament.

3/26/18

A new study by communication professor Mark Frank reveals what non-verbal clues can and cannot tell you about whether someone is telling the truth.

3/23/18

More than 140 communicators, marketers and enrollment leaders from  across UB gathered to learn ways to better tell the university's story.

3/25/18

The Bulls’ record-setting season ended with Saturday’s loss to South Carolina on college basketball’s biggest stage.

3/28/18

A step challenge and free training on the opioid-overdose medication naloxone highlight activities at UB.

3/26/18

Tweets about UB's women's basketball team rolled in from near and far after their season-ending loss to South Carolina.

3/26/18

UB School of Nursing accepting donations for humanitarian trip.

3/28/18

Study connects education, depression and more to prescription opioid abuse in adults over age 50.

3/28/18

More than 200 students and tech enthusiasts are expected to participate.

3/29/18

The latest DIFCON focused on 'Black Panther' and the role of art in society.

3/29/18

UB engineers are developing self-powered wireless sensors that can be embedded in roads.

3/30/18

Andrew Gurman also learned about the school’s innovations in medical education.

3/30/18

The congressman said he believes in the impact that people can bring by organizing and showing support for causes they believe in.