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5/31/16

Researchers will tackle solar power, climate change in WNY, e-waste, pollution at Lake Erie’s Woodlawn Beach and more.

5/31/16

Questions about the role of the UB Foundation and its status as a private, independent organization have generated campus discussion.

5/31/16

Andrew Talal and team will use $7 million award to find an effective way to treat drug users who have the hepatitis C virus.

5/27/16

Despina Stratigakos has been invited to join the prestigious Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, for 2016-17.

5/27/16

The “all-or-nothing” approach that lumps all tobacco products together is outdated, Lynn Kozlowski writes in a journal article.

5/26/16

At the Burchfield Penney, longtime UB faculty member Art Efron will give a talk on Paunch, a journal of literary criticism he founded.

5/26/16

UB engineers discover a phenomenon that enables devices to shift between transparency and opacity to certain forms of light.

5/26/16

UB's commitment to creating a consistent identity and tell its story in a new way has evoked a powerful response.

5/26/16

UB finance expert Brian Wolfe uses the baseball analogy to explain the concept of regulation crowdfunding.

5/25/16

UB biologist Charlotte Lindqvist analyzes DNA samples in an upcoming Animal Planet special exploring the origins of the fabled Yeti.

5/25/16

UB researchers have found the history of Greenland's snowfall is chronicled in the leaf waxes of ancient plants.

5/24/16

The Women's Health Initiative has received the Team Science Award from the American Association for Cancer Research.

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ALANA Celebration of Achievement

UB held its 20th Annual ALANA Celebration of Achievement on May 13. This pre-commencement ceremony honors the achievements of African, Latino/a, Asian and Native American students and individuals who understand, advocate and appreciate the guiding principles applied by and for people of color in historic, political, educational, economic and social contexts. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published May 26, 2016

UBThisSummer

Think UB closes up shop during the summer? Think again. UB offers more than 2,000 courses to help students stay on track or get ahead with their degrees; some include opportunities for experiential learning. Visit ubthissummer.buffalo.edu for more information.

5/20/16

An Adirondack chair provides a great place to spend some time on the South Campus and enjoy the nice weather. Photo: Douglas Levere