5/1/18

UB's Othman Shibly is leading a trip to Lebanon to deliver dental care to more children displaced by the ongoing civil war.

5/1/18

An exhibition exploring the work of American artist Claire Falkenstein will be on view in the UB Anderson Gallery beginning May 6.

5/1/18

UB police will use a federal grant to set up traffic units to target distracted driving behaviors on the North Campus.

5/2/18

All four of the winners of this year’s Sustainability, Leadership, Innovation and Collaborative Engagement Awards are women.

5/1/18

Pharmaceutical researcher Juliane Nguyen will use the NSF grant to support work on novel drug delivery aimed at treating incurable diseases.

5/2/18

More than 200 participants attended a daylong conference to learn about and address Buffalo's health disparities.

5/2/18

Joseph Wolf and Ethan Wolfson-Seeley took first and second place, respectively, in the SUNY-wide competition for the Benjamin and David Scharps Award.

5/3/18

The pitch competition was part of a Sustainability Month effort to get students engaged in the clean energy field.

5/3/18

The grants to engineers Johannes Hachmann, Oliver Kennedy and Lukasz Ziarek will support their research and educational outreach.

5/3/18

The student-selected name of UB's international eatery reflects unity and diversity.

5/4/18

A dance choreographed by MFA student Naila Ansari Woods will be performed at this year’s National College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center.

5/4/18

The grant will support a UB program to cultivate a “racially, ethnically, linguistically diverse teaching force” in the Buffalo Public Schools.

5/3/18

In a visit to UB, the legendary TV actor argues for closing the gap between science and the public.

5/4/18

The low-cost device — shaped like a birdhouse — could help provide drinking water to people affected by natural disasters.

5/7/18

The new advancement to the humble glass slide could streamline and boost scientific research all over the world.

5/7/18

The wooden structures created in a yearlong freshman architecture studio are on display at Artpark.

5/4/18

The summit's keynote panel stressed that coordination and intentionality are key to integrating inclusive excellence campus-wide.

5/8/18

Multi-instrumentalist Helen Yee's talk about the ancient Chinese instrument demonstrated its continuing significance in Chinese music.

5/8/18

RIA scientists aim to identify targets for new drug therapies to fight addiction by studying the role of fatty acid binding proteins (FABPs) in the brain’s endocannabinoid system.  

5/7/18

The SUNY Distinguished Professor is being recognized for advancing medical physics to improve the diagnosis and treatment of stroke.

5/7/18

For Robin has been selected to join the National Cancer Institute’s NExT Program, which will advance the firm’s novel cancer therapy.

5/8/18

Bitcrusher takes first place in the New York Business Plan Competition for its technology that integrates digital sound effects into guitars.  

5/9/18

Students in UB political communication class launch #holdmediaaccountable to awaken outrage over sale of private data.

5/9/18

The new technology using chemical sensing could one day lead to portable drug detectors.

5/9/18

The Indeterminacy Festival, now in its second year, will explore the theme of “emergence” by creating unlikely connections across disciplines.

5/10/18

The 2018 class of Champions for Change will present their ideas for sustainable development in WNY at a summit on May 12.

5/10/18

Medical students Karole Collier and Bradley Frate will work with patient populations that need them the most.

5/11/18

In a world where Geographic Information Science has become a part of everyday life, UB and NCGIA remain at the forefront of the discipline.

5/10/18

UB researchers and community members came together on National DNA Day for a special film screening and panel discussion.

5/14/18

The IonStar protein-analysis tool could upend industry standards and quicken medical diagnosis and drug development.

5/15/18

UB alumnus Andrew Mingola has created an app to solve parking issues for commuting UB students.

5/11/18

The RIA research found that prenatal marijuana use can have consequences on infants’ weight and can influence behavior problems.

5/14/18

A new UB-led study connects opposition to LGBT rights with an uptick in people leaving the church.

5/14/18

The UB faculty member's former colleagues honored her for the important discovery of a new fossil location in remote Tibet.

5/16/18

Six faculty and three staff have been recognized for consistently superior professional achievement.

5/16/18

New UB research found that users tweeting during Hurricane Sandy and Boston Marathon bombing also failed to correct misinformation.

5/15/18

A SEAS workshop designed to give students a better understanding of additive manufacturing closed with a 3D car race.

5/14/18

UB online gamers fall just short of becoming the ultimate Heroes of the Dorm.

5/16/18

The Inclusive Launch program helps female students and students with diverse backgrounds embrace the idea of entrepreneurship.

5/15/18

The UB community turned out in force for Giving Day, exceeding all projections for both donors and dollars.

5/17/18

UB is hosting the national conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning in October.

5/17/18

Givers make organizations better was one of the messages for attendees at CLOE's recent leadership conference.

5/18/18

For UB's DPT and BS/MS candidates, the hooding ceremony may be more meaningful than graduation.

5/17/18

This year's Global Innovation Challenge examines cultivating equity for those who grow our food.

5/21/18

The active lifestyle eatery The Bowl in the Ellicott Complex is recognized in the annual competition of campus food service operations.

5/21/18

The Excelsior Award program was created to highlight design excellence in publicly funded architecture in NYS.

5/21/18

The program got the OK to recruit 16 residents specializing in radiology over the next four years.

5/22/18

A Roomba for the lawn? UB Facilities managers are looking at the Spider to address safety concerns, and save time and money.

5/21/18

What’s next for the historic Main Street campus? UB officials will update the community on Wednesday.

5/22/18

A new study found that wearable technologies may be helpful in evaluating the effects of overcrowded emergency departments.

5/22/18

The award from the New York Chapter of the American College of Physicians recognizes recipients for their “abiding commitment to excellence.”

5/24/18

A proposal addressing solid waste management through an innovative approach to adolescent education will represent UB in the finals.

5/23/18

The Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership will receive a share of the $1 million awarded in the STEM Coalition Challenge.

5/24/18

The UB physician has received the Henry I. Fineberg Award, the highest honor awarded by the Medical Society of the State of New York.

5/25/18

UB geographer Peter Rogerson talks about how baby boomers have reshaped the demographic landscape of America.

5/24/18

A UB study found that strenuous exercise in adolescence may ward off height loss for women later in life.

5/25/18

Some of the world’s most renowned ensembles and composers will be attending UB’s annual new music festival for emerging composers.

5/31/18

GSE's Megan Holland says differences in the search process lead disadvantaged high school students to choose a school that might not be a good fit.

5/30/18

Thousands of books for this year's AAUW sale were donated from the collections of two recently deceased UB faculty members.

5/29/18

Fossilized feces help confirm the diet of extinct “bone-crushing” dogs.

5/29/18

Paleobiologist Jack Tseng talks about recent research on fossilized poop and what it tells us about how ancient ecosystems functioned.

5/25/18

A dance installation presented by UB and the Buffalo Museum of Science tackles the effect of microorganisms on health, mood and love.

5/24/18

A public forum revealed renovations and demolitions slated for UB's historic Main Street Campus.

5/24/18

The Empire Discovery Institute will aid commercialization of drug candidates discovered at UB, Roswell Park and the University of Rochester.

5/31/18

Award winners James Simmons and Hamadi Shebule are the most recent examples of EOC’s legacy of transforming lives.

5/30/18

Ancient boulders support a coastal theory of early settlement of the Americas.

5/29/18

The coach who led the UB women's basketball team to the Sweet 16 will remain at the university through 2023.

5/31/18

The International Glaciological Society symposium highlights UB’s growing visibility in climate change research.

5/31/18

Sebastian Copeland will discuss his polar expeditions and the perils of climate change as part of the RENEW lecture series.