UB will present a celebration of the work of modernist poetic genius Louis Zukofsky on April 25 and 26 designed to illuminate various aspects of the poet's life, work and considerable importance as a writer.
A 7 1/2-year-old boy with cystic fibrosis landed in the hospital with a bowel obstruction after his insurer mandated substituting a cheaper, generic drug for the brand-name drug recommended and administered by his physicians.
ORLANDO, FLA. -- Persons with gum disease are at high risk of developing heart disease in the future, particularly if they also are diabetic, researchers in the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine have found.
Environmental studies students from the University at Buffalo have been picking through garbage in Buffalo City Hall, and neither Mayor Anthony Masiello nor the Common Council would have it any other way.
Researchers at the University at Buffalo are the first to show in a general population that a standard dental X-ray can detect potentially dangerous calcium deposits in the carotid arteries that increase the risk for a stroke.
Women living alone who are attached to their pets derive physiological benefits that are similar to those obtained from human companionship, a new study conducted by a University at Buffalo researcher has shown.
Older adults who listened to their choice of music during out-patient eye surgery had significantly lower heart rate, blood pressure and cardiac work load than patients who did not listen to music, a new study has shown.
College will be "in session" from June 29 through July 5 at the Chautauqua Institution when the UB Alumni Association holds its first Summer Alumni College Program, focusing on "The Built Environment."
John M. Thomas, who has served as associate dean of international programs in the of the School of Management and associate professor of organization and human resources, has been named interim dean of the school.
Fredrick Seidl, dean of the Graduate School of Social Work, will focus on the use of modern folk music to educate about social problems and triumphs of ³the folk² at a UB Senior Alumni luncheon on Thursday, April 17.
Bruce Jackson will be interviewed by journalist Sander Vanocur when the History Channel series "Movies in Time" presents "Against the Wall," a feature film about the 1971 Attica prison uprising, on March 7 and 8.
Innovative approaches that link history and heritage to development planning on a regional basis will be explored in a series of free public lectures co-sponsored by UB's Graduate Group on Industrial Heritage Policy.
Kathleen Weiler, Ph.D., distinguished researcher in the field of women's education and associate professor of education at Tufts University, will present the 1997 Gail Paradise Kelly Memorial Lecture on Thursday, April 10.
Michael Webster, Ph.D., assistant professor of biological sciences, will discuss "Molecular Ecology: Using DNA to Understand Natural History" at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 24, in Room 215 of the Natural Sciences Complex.
Legal aspects of driving while intoxicated will be the focus of a conference sponsored by the Criminal Law Society of the UB School of Law and Group Legal Services on Saturday, April 12, in O'Brian Hall on the North Campus.
The Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is marking the "birthday" of the infamous talking computer, HAL, of the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey," by presenting two lectures by David G. Stork on Monday, April 14.
Christina L. Bloebaum, Ph.D., associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering has been selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering's 1997 Symposium on Frontiers of Engineering.
The University at Buffalo will co-sponsor the ninth annual conference of The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, a national organization of Wright homeowners and preservationists, to be held Sept. 17-21 in Buffalo.
Hatim A. Tyabji, an iconoclastic UB alumnus with nearly religious convictions who heads what Forbes Magazine has dubbed "the fastest-growing small company in the nation" will speak on campus on Friday, April 4.