Graduate News

Here is how our graduate faculty, students and researchers are making headlines at the University at Buffalo.

6/22/18

Rising senior Britney-Bay Croyle’s mural provides some visual interest to one of the main classroom buildings on the spine.

6/22/18

UB-led research found that when CD36 kicks into high gear, cells stop dividing, a discovery that highlights a process tied to aging and cancer.

6/22/18

Researchers at the University at Buffalo who also are affiliated with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs published in the journal Aging results of an animal study that may be one of the first to examine how low levels of vitamin D affect physical performance over the long term. 

6/21/18

An “open conversation” sponsored by the PSS Inclusion and Diversity Committee aims to help staff foster a welcoming environment on campus.

6/21/18

A new study shows tenants in the slums receive drastically inferior household services and pay more rent than those in its formal settlements.

6/21/18

Discovery — centered on a gene called CD36 — illuminates a process tied to the aging of cells and organisms.

6/21/18

Anna Dresnack, a rising junior majoring in English and psychology, will attend the UK Summer Institute at the University of Sussex.