11/5/18

UB researcher Sam Abramovich has secured a grant to study how patrons learn in the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library’s Launch Pad space.

11/1/18

UB education researcher Sameer Honward is using podcasts to align with  Native Americans' traditional way of gathering knowledge through oral traditions.

11/1/18

Social factors also play a critical role in how people describe their communities, according to research by UB sociologist Shelley Kimelberg.

11/2/18

The Fisher-Price-designed toy teaches children computational thinking and skills to analyze and solve real-life problems.

11/2/18

Sumire Kudo will be joined by pianist and UB faculty member Eric Huebner for the second half of the program at UB.

11/6/18

The major interventional study being launched by UB scientists could help bring drugs used to treat Type 2 diabetes closer to FDA approval for Type 1.

11/2/18

It was a win-win situation as dozens of students worked with Buffalo community members to tackle a variety of projects at UB's Fall Community Day.

11/2/18

After being offered for six decades in cramped and aging facilities on the South Campus, Gross Anatomy is getting a reboot in the Jacobs School’s new building downtown.

11/7/18

UB's Clinical and Research Institute on Addictions will work with OASAS to assess what risks may occur for people with alcohol use disorder who use prescription painkillers.

11/5/18

Biochemistry professor Murray Ettinger retires after 48 years at UB, but his lore lives on.

11/6/18

The study is part of a concerted strategy to improve substance use disorder outcomes and decrease HIV infections.

11/2/18

UB honored its outstanding faculty and staff at the annual Celebration of Faculty and Staff Excellence.

11/2/18

The ensemble, which incorporates theater, dance and visual arts into its performances, will give a free concert at UB on Nov. 7.

11/8/18

UB law professor Christine Bartholomew’s research finds a double standard when it comes to clergy divulging sensitive information.

11/8/18

Four researchers from the Clinical Research Institute on Addictions have received more than $4 million in grants from the NIH.

11/6/18

The grants will fund work to study periodontal disease, Sjögren’s syndrome and bone loss.

11/7/18

PhD student Jennifer Martin, recipient of an NIH diversity in neuroscience award, talks about how she became a scientist and why she studies drug addiction.

11/7/18

Stephanie Phillips, a faculty member in the new Department of Engineering Education, finds similarities between technical writing and writing for comics.

11/8/18

UB real estate development and urban planning students can explore the effects of innovation in the built environment, thanks to support from Blue Cardinal Capital.

11/9/18

A grant from the National Library of Medicine will help improve the employability of librarians in the 21st century.

11/9/18

The student-run club helps prepare members for whatever life throws at them, while offering an outlet for some zany humor.

11/7/18

Distinguished scholar John Braithwaite will give the fall lecture in the School of Law's signature Mitchell Lecture Series.

11/12/18

The new department in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences aims to help transform how engineering students are taught.

11/8/18

Diversity claims victory in the midterm elections, but bipartisanship is unlikely on major issues, three UB faculty members say.

11/9/18

The university will mark International Educational Week Nov. 12-16 with a variety of events that showcase the rich cultural diversity of the campus community.

11/9/18

The novelist and conceptual artist is visiting Buffalo as part of the English department’s Exhibit X Fiction Series.

 

11/12/18

A UB-designed program provides medication-assisted treatment to opioid use disorder patients in ERs and rapidly gets them into long-term treatment.

11/13/18

UB sociologist Robert Adelman warns that the query would undercut the accuracy of the count and politicize the process.

11/14/18

Surveys in the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds show steady numbers of the imperiled mollusks, but other species are disappearing.

11/13/18

UB's senior associate dean for health policy says it's in the states’ interests to expand the health insurance program.

11/14/18

As part of a new series of interviews with UB’s deans, UBNow sat down with GSE Dean Suzanne Rosenblith to learn more about the school’s strategic priorities.

11/13/18

GEM's Mind Your Microbiome and Be Antibiotics Aware Week educates the public about the microbiome and the lasting effects of overuse of antibiotics.

11/13/18

For the 16th consecutive year, UB ranks among the top 25 U.S. institutions hosting international students.

11/15/18

A new report developed by UB graduate students offers strategies for how Chautauqua County can harness the food system for economic development and health.

11/15/18

The discovery builds on decades of work on a family of proteins by UB's Richard Gronostajski.

11/16/18

The team from UB’s chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students took first place in the prestigious Laurie design contest.

11/16/18

UB alum and entrepreneur Bradley Cheetham came back to campus to share best practices for starting and maintaining a successful business.

11/15/18

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.

11/16/18

UB architecture students contributed directly to the creative process for two performances being stage by Torn Space Theater.

11/19/18

Research by UB doctoral student Sara O'Donnell is the first to demonstrate that smartphone use is a reinforcing behavior.

11/19/18

As the use of Ritalin rises among those without ADHD symptoms, a CRIA study warns that such use may cause irreversible structural changes in the brain.

11/16/18

The pioneer in the fields of innovation, incentive competitions and commercial space shared his optimistic views with a UB audience.

11/20/18

The world-renowned musician will join with pianist Kathleen Tagg for what promises to be one of Krakauer's unique signature performances.

11/19/18

UB's president tackles questions from staff ranging from international enrollment to digging by the Capen flagpole.

11/20/18

Students say UB Teach is a great place to become a teacher.

11/21/18

UB-led research found that organizations with broad social ties can improve economic outcomes for communities hit by storms, fires and quakes.

11/21/18

UB faculty member Charles Lindsey says a number of factors could tip sales this year over $1 trillion for the first time.

11/26/18

UB graduates from outside the region are staying to pursue entrepreneurship, thanks to Buffalo’s thriving startup economy.

11/26/18

As we head into the holiday shopping season — and the dreaded checkout line — management instructor Joost Vles says the longest line might mean the shortest wait.

11/26/18

Fifteen UB students are raising money to build a school — and take a trip of a lifetime.

11/27/18

Six UB law students will spend seven days at a federal detention center providing hands-on help to detainees seeking asylum in the U.S.

11/28/18

The memorial garden on the South Campus is part of a respectful process guided by UB scientists and a team of community partners.

11/21/18

The “true interdisciplinarian” will discuss robotics, virtual reality and the intelligence of art at the event uniting artists and scientists to share ideas.

11/24/18

For the second time in school history, UB will play for the MAC title after defeating Bowling Green, 44-14, on Friday.

11/27/18

UB uses a variety of communication channels to inform the campus of a change in scheduled operations due to severe winter weather.

11/28/18

As part of a series of interviews with UB’s deans, pharmacy Dean James O’Donnell talked with UBNow about the school’s strategic priorities.

11/28/18

The new Center for the Advancement of Sport will tackle policy initiatives, educational programming and collaborative research.

11/27/18

UB genetics expert Richard Gronostajski is wary of a gene-editing technique reportedly used by Chinese scientists to generate humans resistant to HIV.

11/28/18

Michel Bruneau and Errol Meidinger have been appointed to SUNY's highest faculty rank in honor of their international prominence within their fields.

11/29/18

A genetics course in which students use the gene-editing technique to alter yeast genes also asks them to consider the technology’s societal implications.

11/29/18

More than 1,200 scholars attended last month’s national conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, hosted by UB.

11/29/18

Christopher Romano’s design for “Light/Station,” a new facility for Buffalo’s Torn Space Theater, was recognized by the local chapter of AIA.

11/29/18

The new series explores the use of digital tools and data in research and teaching.

11/30/18

Ten UB law students are heading to Poland for a UN convention on climate change during which delegates will negotiate reducing emissions.

11/30/18

Steven J. Fliesler will use the $2.2 million award to better understand a rare cause of blindness that strikes young children.

11/30/18

At the next Science & Art Cabaret, artist Sam Van Aken will talk about his work growing single trees that one day will bear 40 varieties of fruit.