UB again was well-represented when recipients of the 2015 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence were announced recently, with 20 faculty, staff and librarians being honored for outstanding achievement.
Six companies, including one founded by a UB researcher that is developing a potential treatment for breast and other types of cancer, have been approved for START-UP NY through their affiliation with the university.
Using a case study approach to investigate protection of endangered species, a UB Law School faculty member has found significant gaps in how public agencies keep track of endangered species agreements.
The UB Council took care of a variety of business at its meeting on June 8, including approving revisions to UB's sexual assault awareness and prevention policy, and honoring the MAC champion men's basketball and tennis teams.
UB faculty member John Violanti says that after responding to two calls involving a suicide and a suicide attempt, the McKinney, Texas, police officer had been through enough trauma for one day and shouldn’t have been sent to the pool party,
School of Dental Medicine Dean Michael Glick will conclude his service as dean on Aug. 14, Charles F. Zukoski, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, and Michael E. Cain, MD, vice president for health sciences, have announced.
UB’s Office of Educational Collaboration and Engagement is among the organizations spearheading an effort to harness Buffalo’s “eds and meds” to create pathways to jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities.
UB faculty member Venu Govindaraju, a globally recognized expert in machine learning and pattern recognition, has received the IAPR/ICDAR Outstanding Achievements Award from the International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR).
The Graduate School of Education's new online programs — including its first PhD program and a certificate program in online education — join a growing list of online offerings by the school in what has been called today’s fastest-growing education-delivery model.
Sean Bearden's nontraditional path to an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship began with his dropping out of high school and spending time in prison before landing at UB and becoming a dedicated physicist and one of the university's most accomplished students of 2014-15.
With the upcoming publication of a sequel to the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird," members of the UB Law School community reflect on the book's hero, Atticus Finch, the great fictional lawyer who they say represents the best of the profession and the best of humanity.