Eight communities across the country will receive training and assistance to link family farmers and local residents who lack access to healthy food, thanks to a project spearheaded by UB and partners.
Alarmed by the steady decline in the number of physicians practicing in Western New York, local physicians have created the Western New York Medical Scholarship Fund to train and keep more doctors in the area.
For 80 years, a collection of ancient Greek and Roman coins resided, undisturbed, in the UB Libraries. That is, until classics professor Philip Kiernan channeled his inner Indiana Jones and journeyed to the depths of the archives to find them.
UB researcher John Canty Jr. has received a National Institutes of Health grant to try to find out which type of cardiac stem cell therapy will be most effective in treating patients with heart failure.
An article by UB Law faculty member Helen A. Drew addresses how the National Football League can protect its reputation in the wake of the flood of disciplinary issues that punctuated the 2014-15 season.
UB’s Signature Series, which honors the university’s legacy of distinction and innovation in arts and letters, this year will celebrate the award-winning career of Tony Award nominee and UB faculty member Stephen McKinley Henderson.
The UB Law School's award-winning initiative to attract underrepresented minority students to the legal profession will continue for a fourth year, thanks to an additional grant from the Law School Admission Council.
The UB women's basketball team made its first appearance in the Women's National Invitation Tournament yesterday, but lost a battle with host West Virginia, 81-64, thanks to a hot-shooting first half by the Mountaineers.
Tarik Phillip hit a 3-pointer with 28 seconds left while the shot clock was winding down to add the clinching points as fifth-seeded West Virginia held off No. 12 UB, 68-62, in their NCAA Tournament opener.
UB Bulls fans remained hopeful that the men’s basketball team would squeeze out a victory over West Virginia in the NCAA Tournament on Friday. While they didn’t get the result they wanted, UB supporters were proud of how the team played.
There was a strong feeling of accomplishment at Monday's rally celebrating UB's historic basketball seasons, but also a sense that this was just the beginning of more success for the men's and women's programs.