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UB will celebrate the 217th anniversary of the birth of Millard
Fillmore, UB’s first chancellor, at a ceremony in Forest Lawn
Pilot UB research has found that nearly half of divers
experience dental symptoms while in the water, including jaw pain
and broken fillings.
The Career Experience Program broadens students’ views to
local opportunities and exposes local firms to UB students.
The $1.2 million NSF grant, plus another $500,000 from UB, will
be used to create a research facility for self-driving and
A new book by UB faculty member David Engel debunks the common
belief that Americans have their attorney on speed-dial.
Students in a UB architecture studio created designs for a new,
larger police facility that aims to foster good relations between
police and the community.
PLS 3rd Learning digitizes K-12 resources so that teachers from
different school districts can share curriculum plans online.
UB geographer Chris Renschler is helping countries coordinate
management of natural resources and natural disasters.
A technique developed by UB geographer Peter Rogerson places the
heart of North America in a North Dakota town called Center.
Faculty members Jennifer Read and Venu Govindaraju are the
recipients of the 2016-17 Excellence in Graduate Student Mentoring
The interim dean of the School of Law will receive the
highest honor given by the school and its Alumni Association.
UB physicians are taking part in a national effort to encourage
medical school students and residents to enter the field.
The former president of the UB Alumni Association and standout
running back was a key member of the 1958 Lambert Cup team.
Patient Pattern allows clinicians to tap into records to
determine how best to treat hospitalized elderly and post-acute
John L. Crassidis is the recipient of the J. Leland Atwood Award
for his “commitment to excellence in aerospace engineering
A UB study finds patients who use abortion funds to pay for the
procedure are younger and more likely to be African-American.
Artists in residence Neil Wechsler and Nathan Heidelberger also
plan a series of workshops and classes for students and the
Millard Fillmore's “legacy organizations” paid
tribute to the U.S. president — and UB's first
chancellor — at the annual commemoration of his birth.
African-American women in abusive relationships use religion,
external support and fighting back to survive, a UB study has
U.S. News ranked the Graduate School of Education's programs No.
10 — up 33 spots — while Nursing's RN-BS program rose
65 spots to No. 21.
Margaret Moss’ “American Indian Health and
Nursing” received two Book of the Year awards from the
American Journal of Nursing.
In his State of the State address at UB, the governor proposes
$20M for the medical school and extending Metro Rail to the North
UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Materials
Informatics has awarded over $170,000 to five collaborations with
A UB study finds emotional distress may lead men to choose more
aggressive treatment than needed for prostate cancer.
Student startup MemoryFox allows people to interview family
members and store the recordings using a smartphone.
UB's efforts to find and hire more minority- and women-owned
business enterprises are paying off big-time.
Patrons will have to resist the urge to play with the bright,
inflatable sculptures that are part of an upcoming UB Anderson
GSE professor Mary McVee shared with attendees some of the ways
UB faculty has successfully used technology in teacher
The father-son startup Vader Systems' 3-D printing technology
could transform how things are made.
The galleries’ Screen Projects public art video initiative
continues in the spring semester with two videos on view in the
Center for the Arts.
The popular Buffalo Film Seminars led by Diane Christian and
Bruce Jackson returns on Jan. 31 with 14 notable films.
A UB analysis of Census data finds the influx of workers born
abroad generates benefits to both high- and low-paid workers.
Ebony G. Patterson’s exhibition of eye-popping floor
tapestries and brightly covered male figures opens Feb. 9 in the UB
The popular event at UB features traditional and contemporary
performing arts, including music, dance, storytelling and martial
UB scientists have found that carbamates can upset circadian
rhythms, increasing the risk for diabetes and other metabolic
At a performance of Beethoven’s Fifth, UB faculty will
discuss how the composer struggled with, then conquered, his
devastating hearing loss.
A positive relationship between counselor and patient is key to
successful treatment for alcohol use disorder, an RIA study has
UB education faculty will use a new grant to improve learning at
a Buffalo charter school by expanding use of technology in the
A UB study adds to the evidence that fat and related molecules
called lipids are more active in cellular processes than previously
Faculty member Susan Udin is helping seniors in her Buffalo
neighborhood live independently in their homes.
Buffalo startup ACV Auctions is pioneering a new way for car
dealers to buy and sell inventory.
UB faculty member Kari Winter predicts more women will be
invovled in politics at all levels.
Law professor Samantha Barbas examines the first battle before
the Supreme Court weighing privacy versus freedom of the
The funding will continue a unique aspect of the UB-led STEM
program that brings teachers into training with students.
Twitter can be an effective way to gather passenger information,
according to results of a preliminary UB study.
Members of the UB community gathered to recognize the people who
make the university's campaign successful.
African immigrant mothers rarely pass down to their children
cultural views regarding sex, a UB study has found.
Digital literacy expert Heidi Julien suggests using the
“CRAP” test to decide whether what you’re reading
or hearing passes the “smell test.”
UB's president says UB will support members of the UB community
who may be affected by executive orders affecting immigration
Singing can provide an understanding of the relationship between
perceiving and doing, UB psychologist Peter Pfordresher says.
Materials science scholar Quanxi Jia has been recognized for his
contributions to coated superconductors and metal-oxide thin films
for electronic applications.
Pianist Jonathan Biss will delve into some of the intricacies of
later works of Schumann, Chopin and Brahms at an upcoming UB