2/1/16

The dining options for South Campus residents have expanded with the opening of Whispers Café in Abbott Hall.

2/1/16

Programs in education and nursing were among those named best online degree programs by U.S. News.

2/1/16

MFA grads join their UB mentor, Seldon Berlyn, in an exhibition that reunites the artists as creative professionals.

2/1/16

UB medical geographer Jared Aldstadt says it's unlikely the Zika virus will affect large parts of the country.

2/2/16

Health care providers need to understand  military culture to work effectively with veterans, according to a new UB study.

2/2/16

Shocked by the number of amputations due to frostbite, two UB medical students are taking action to get victims hats, gloves and socks.

2/1/16

Clinical trials treating epilepsy patients with medical marijuana aim to fill the gaps in knowledge about the drug's safety and efficacy.

2/2/16

A research project by engineering grad students has given UB Police a more efficient and fair scheduling system.

2/3/16

Brian Wilson’s Sept. 28 concert at the Center for the Arts is a sell-out, the fastest concert to do so in the 21-year history of the CFA.

2/3/16

Caring for her daughter leads faculty member Joan Baizer to advocate for the developmentally disabled.

2/2/16

Tooth fairies and life-sized teddy bears can mean only one thing — the return of the School of Dental Medicine’s “Give Kids a Smile Day.”

2/3/16

Franck Bauchard has been named director of its Arts Management Program and the university’s Technē Institute.

2/2/16

There’s a theory in political circles that the party truly controls the candidate-selection process. Then 2016 happened.

2/4/16

Management’s Undergraduate Learning and Community Center has been recognized by AACSB International.

2/4/16

A university's physical environment does not always support its scholars, UB faculty member Kari Winter says.

2/4/16

Time, motion and language will intersect in “Susan Weil’s James Joyce: Shut Your Eyes and See,” a new exhibit in the Poetry Collection.

2/4/16

Scientists predict that phosphine’s superconductivity under pressure arises due, in part, to the chemical decomposing.

2/11/16

A Texas commission’s decision on the validity of bite-mark evidence could lead to nationwide reform, UB forensic researchers say.

2/5/16

If New York State decides to turn off Niagara Falls, geologists could study how the falls have eroded the land beneath them.

2/5/16

The UB Libraries is among a handful of sites to premier an exhibition that shares Native views on health and illness.

2/8/16

The PixStori app merges video recordings with Instagram-like photos for a new kind of oral history.

2/5/16

UB faculty argue whose field is more crucial in the Undergraduate Academies' annual Life Raft Debate.

2/8/16

New music “dream team” Ensemble Signal is on campus this week as the first artists-in-residence for UB's new Creative Arts Initiative.

2/9/16

Renowned oncologist Marc Ernstoff is assuming leadership roles at UB and Roswell Park.

2/9/16

Biostatistician Alan Hutson will review grant applications for Trial Innovation Centers.

2/10/16

The Zodiaque Dance Company will present its 42nd Spring Concert Feb. 24-28.

2/10/16

Student mentors talk about their work building walking bridges to connect communities in Kenya.

2/10/16

Mathematician Bill Menasco studies knot theory, a field that is esoteric to many but could have applications in surprising areas.

2/11/16

“The Visitors,” Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s inventive, nine-channel video work, will open Feb. 25.

2/11/16

UB faculty members James Campbell and Jacob Neiheisel bring different perspectives to this timely political issue.  

2/11/16

UB political scientist James Campbell says the GOP businessman benefits from a divided and crowded field of mainstream conservatives.

2/11/16

Shelley's poem “Mont Blanc” is the inspiration for Judith Goldman's research-based poetry lecture in the Scholars@Hallwalls series.

2/11/16

President Satish K. Tripathi congratulated Athenex, which began as a UB startup, on the state’s plans to build a manufacturing center for the biotech company.

2/12/16

UB chemists found that estrogen and antibiotics remained in dairy farm waste after advanced treatment.

2/12/16

Tuesday's absence of snow didn't stop WBFO Visiting Professor Shelley Jackson from presenting the next installment of her Instagram-based story.

2/12/16

The SORA satellite will help identify the makeup of thousands of pieces of space junk orbiting Earth.

2/15/16

It began 16 years ago as a class for UB students, but the Buffalo Film Seminars has morphed into so much more.

2/15/16

A UB audience voted for history at last week's Life Raft Debate.

2/12/16

Charles Ogletree talked about the importance of education as UB's Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration keynote speaker.

2/15/16

King commemorative speaker Charles Ogletree talked about diversity on campus during a forum yesterday with the UB community.

2/16/16

The detection of gravitational waves directly opens a new window in astronomy, UB physicists say.

2/16/16

The UB women's basketball team leads the MAC in internationalism

2/16/16

Those with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias soon will have access to improved local care, thanks to a major grant to UB researchers.

2/16/16

The late Supreme Court justice made an impression during a 2002 talk at a UB Law School-sponsored luncheon.

2/16/16

Extension of NYSUNY 2020 for another five years is UB’s top legislative priority, the UB Council was told on Monday.

2/17/16

Delivery rooms and intensive care units are now open to UB nursing students seeking clinical experience.

2/17/16

Several UB faculty members talked with the UB Reporter about the implications of the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

2/18/16

UB student engineers will host dozens of events next week as part of National Engineers Week.

2/18/16

Thanks to a little cooperation from Mother Nature, UB will celebrate Winterfest this weekend.

2/19/16

TAG Week activities remind the UB community that philanthropy improves life at the university.

2/17/16

UB geologist Jason Briner discusses the implications of a new climate science paper in Nature.

2/19/16

The first SUNY-funded conference fostering research and education on mindfulness is being held at UB.

2/19/16

UB accounting students again are providing free tax preparation services to those meeting income eligibility.

2/19/16

An upgrade is in the works for the free East Side medical clinic run by UB med students.

2/22/16

Chemist Frank Bright is building a nanocrystal-based sensor to more accurately pinpoint areas of the brain with dopamine depletion.

2/22/16

Despite a Texas recommendation against its use in court, the battle is not over nationwide.

2/19/16

UB cyberlaw expert Mark Bartholomew predicts Congress will step in to settle this privacy vs. security clash.

2/23/16

UB grad Geoffrey Fatin has achieved something his UB faculty mentors say is very rare: a perfect score on the physics test of the GRE.

2/24/16

Work by UB mathematician Gino Biondini builds on centuries of research devoted to using math to describe the physical world.  

2/24/16

When NFL teams draft players, being a team player’ is just as important as the number of catches or tackles, new UB research has found.

2/24/16

From Belgium to Brazil, supercomputers worldwide are crunching data with UB's XDMoD software.

2/23/16

UB dental faculty and students will visit nearly 15,000 children in more than 100 schools as part of Smile Education Day.

2/25/16

UB alumna Lisa Brosnick is assuming a leadership position in a professional organization that is influential in setting science education policy.

2/25/16

UB Law faculty member Irus Braverman's continuing interest in the intersection of animals and the law has produced a new edited volume.

2/26/16

A new UB study will investigate how and under what conditions children engage in gun violence and other high-risk behaviors like drug use.

2/24/16

UB is hosting a daylong program that encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office.

2/29/16

UB students in an interdisciplinary studio are helping a town in India develop a public sanitation plan.

2/26/16

UB architect Nicholas Rajkovich built a bicycle-based weather station to measure microclimate conditions in Cleveland.

2/25/16

A faculty member at the University of Michigan-Flint will provide a front-line view of the Flint water crisis during a talk at UB.

2/26/16

UB will take a look at how digital technologies are influencing scholarship during Digital Scholarship Week.

2/29/16

UB students in the Entrepreneurship Lab learned how to turn their big ideas into viable businesses.

2/29/16

Artists and academics will provide diverse views on the science and aesthetics of noise at the next Science & Art Cabaret.

2/26/16

Provost Charles Zukoski told the PSS that despite a shrinking pool, there are plenty of prospective students out there.