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Architecture dean Robert Shibley has been named one of the 25 top educators in architecture and design by an international publication for design leaders.
For UB faculty member Robert Wahler, Niagara Hospice preserves quality of life at the end of life.
Retired UB faculty member Deb Walters is making a 2,500-mile solo kayak trip to support the children living in and around a huge garbage dump in Guatemala City.
A UB Law School forum recently cast the debate over health coverage in terms of understanding health care as a basic human right.
UB robotics expert Venkat Krovi has been named a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
A paper published by UB researchers in the journal Science examines how nonlinear optics is poised to deliver breakthroughs in medicine, energy, electronics and other areas.
Go ahead, rant about the snow on Twitter. It can ease traffic on slippery, congested roads.
UB researchers are investigating whether plant sterols can be used as a natural alternative to drug therapy in expectant mothers who have high cholesterol.
Men with Type 2 diabetes who have low testosterone levels can benefit significantly from testosterone treatment, UB researchers have found.
The cyberattack on digital toymaker VTech is the first that involves stealing personal information from minors, UB cyber expert Arun Vishwanath says.
UB will celebrate the ongoing accomplishments of the Buffalo Tanzania Education Project — including the launch of a new book — at a special event on Dec. 3.
UB has a communications plan to inform faculty, staff and students about class cancellations and other important issues due to a severe snow or ice storm.
A new study questions the popular notion that the Vikings were able to colonize Greenland because of a period of unusually warm weather.
UB Parkinson’s disease researchers have developed a way to ramp up the conversion of skin cells into dopamine neurons.
Best known as a singer/songwriter, John Legend shared his dedication to education and social activism during a talk at UB.
Six UB law students and their professor are traveling to Paris to be part of the 2015 United Nations Conference on Climate Change.
In the next installment of the CAS lecture series, faculty member Jonathan Katz talks about UB's emerging role in queer studies in the arts.
Some 3,000 miles from Paris, WNY stakeholders — including two UB faculty members — will discuss their own solutions regarding climate change as part of the annual WNY environmental congress.
Extremist groups now have a global audience at their fingertips, thanks to social media, UB faculty member Michael Stefanone says.
An innovative partnership between UB Law School and Roswell Park Cancer Institute aims to make life easier for cancer patients by addressing legal problems that arise after the diagnosis.
UB researcher Ivan Dylko has developed a model that explores the impact of personalizing online information.
A UB study finds motivational interviewing to be an effective technique in curbing opioid abuse among the elderly.
UB researchers have developed and are testing a new treatment for acute concussion that could change the way head injuries are treated.
UB faculty member Gary Giovino is serving as a consultant on an international project to collect health data via mobile phone.
UBThisWinter offers numerous opportunities for faculty, staff and students to continue learning — or just have some fun — during the break between semesters.
Campus Dining & Shops has rolled out four new Pride of New York vending machines, each stocked with items made or produced in New York State.
College Success Centers help students at Buffalo Public Schools explore college programs and meet role models for college success.
Taking time to pursue other goals before working full-time jobs in their fields is increasingly becoming an option for college graduates, UB's director of career services says.
UB scholar Deborah Reed-Danahay is co-editing a new series for written works at the intersection of literature and anthropological studies.
UB architecture students are developing plans to breathe new life into a downtown Buffalo site.
The new interdisciplinary unit will be oriented toward theory and philosophy, with an emphasis on ethics.
Student art projects installed on campus outside the Center for the Arts now must include a notation or explanatory identifier stating it is a work of art.
Sand pits. Water traps. Dirt bumps. And there's always mud. UB fundraiser Gayle Hutton loves the challenges of cyclocross racing.
Exhibition at CEPA Gallery juxtaposes UB photographer’s snowflake art with alum's portraits of the sun's surface.
The School of Nursing has received a grant to prepare students to use telehealth technology with patients in underserved rural areas.
An enthusiastic crowd attended CSE Kids Day activities, an event designed to celebrate computer science and get kids excited about the field.
A UB social work study has found that using a differential response rather than a one-size-fits-all strategy in child welfare cases keeps kids safer.
UB faculty member Venu Govindaraju, a globally recognized expert in machine learning and pattern recognition, has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
UB biostatistician Randy Carter has received a Fulbright award to a major research institute in India, but the assignment holds a personal connection that is likely to be more meaningful.
Despite the climate accord reached in Paris, more work is needed to understand how sea levels could rise in the future, UB geologist Beata Csatho writes in Nature.
A new study by UB chemists traces how enigmatic molecules called sphingolipids help cancer self-destruct.
Five companies founded by UB students, faculty and alumni have joined START-UP NY.
Teresa Miller offers some "informal rules of cultural engagement" designed to help further UB's commitment to being an inclusive and diverse community.
UB faculty member Claude Welch talks about why the Universal Declaration still matters, nearly 70 years after its implementation by the United Nations.
More than 50 people gathered at a solidarity vigil to show their support for Muslim members of the UB community.
From robot bees to designer neurons, UB research and discoveries are helping us understand the world we live in and improving our quality of life.
President Satish K. Tripathi discussed funding for athletics, downtown parking and the student art project at the December meeting of the Professional Staff Senate.