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The dining options for South Campus residents have expanded with the opening of Whispers Café in Abbott Hall.
Programs in education and nursing were among those named best online degree programs by U.S. News.
MFA grads join their UB mentor, Seldon Berlyn, in an exhibition that reunites the artists as creative professionals.
UB medical geographer Jared Aldstadt says it's unlikely the Zika virus will affect large parts of the country.
Health care providers need to understand military culture to work effectively with veterans, according to a new UB study.
Shocked by the number of amputations due to frostbite, two UB medical students are taking action to get victims hats, gloves and socks.
Clinical trials treating epilepsy patients with medical marijuana aim to fill the gaps in knowledge about the drug's safety and efficacy.
A research project by engineering grad students has given UB Police a more efficient and fair scheduling system.
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.
Caring for her daughter leads faculty member Joan Baizer to advocate for the developmentally disabled.
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.”
Franck Bauchard has been named director of its Arts Management Program and the university’s Technē Institute.
There’s a theory in political circles that the party truly controls the candidate-selection process. Then 2016 happened.
Management’s Undergraduate Learning and Community Center has been recognized by AACSB International.
A university's physical environment does not always support its scholars, UB faculty member Kari Winter says.
Time, motion and language will intersect in “Susan Weil’s James Joyce: Shut Your Eyes and See,” a new exhibit in the Poetry Collection.
Scientists predict that phosphine’s superconductivity under pressure arises due, in part, to the chemical decomposing.
A Texas commission’s decision on the validity of bite-mark evidence could lead to nationwide reform, UB forensic researchers say.
If New York State decides to turn off Niagara Falls, geologists could study how the falls have eroded the land beneath them.
The UB Libraries is among a handful of sites to premier an exhibition that shares Native views on health and illness.
The PixStori app merges video recordings with Instagram-like photos for a new kind of oral history.
UB faculty argue whose field is more crucial in the Undergraduate Academies' annual Life Raft Debate.
New music “dream team” Ensemble Signal is on campus this week as the first artists-in-residence for UB's new Creative Arts Initiative.
Renowned oncologist Marc Ernstoff is assuming leadership roles at UB and Roswell Park.
Biostatistician Alan Hutson will review grant applications for Trial Innovation Centers.
The Zodiaque Dance Company will present its 42nd Spring Concert Feb. 24-28.
Student mentors talk about their work building walking bridges to connect communities in Kenya.
Mathematician Bill Menasco studies knot theory, a field that is esoteric to many but could have applications in surprising areas.
“The Visitors,” Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s inventive, nine-channel video work, will open Feb. 25.
UB faculty members James Campbell and Jacob Neiheisel bring different perspectives to this timely political issue.
UB political scientist James Campbell says the GOP businessman benefits from a divided and crowded field of mainstream conservatives.
Shelley's poem “Mont Blanc” is the inspiration for Judith Goldman's research-based poetry lecture in the Scholars@Hallwalls series.
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.
UB chemists found that estrogen and antibiotics remained in dairy farm waste after advanced treatment.
Tuesday's absence of snow didn't stop WBFO Visiting Professor Shelley Jackson from presenting the next installment of her Instagram-based story.
The SORA satellite will help identify the makeup of thousands of pieces of space junk orbiting Earth.
It began 16 years ago as a class for UB students, but the Buffalo Film Seminars has morphed into so much more.
A UB audience voted for history at last week's Life Raft Debate.
Charles Ogletree talked about the importance of education as UB's Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration keynote speaker.
King commemorative speaker Charles Ogletree talked about diversity on campus during a forum yesterday with the UB community.
The detection of gravitational waves directly opens a new window in astronomy, UB physicists say.
The UB women's basketball team leads the MAC in internationalism
Those with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias soon will have access to improved local care, thanks to a major grant to UB researchers.
The late Supreme Court justice made an impression during a 2002 talk at a UB Law School-sponsored luncheon.
Extension of NYSUNY 2020 for another five years is UB’s top legislative priority, the UB Council was told on Monday.
Delivery rooms and intensive care units are now open to UB nursing students seeking clinical experience.
Several UB faculty members talked with the UB Reporter about the implications of the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
UB student engineers will host dozens of events next week as part of National Engineers Week.
Thanks to a little cooperation from Mother Nature, UB will celebrate Winterfest this weekend.
TAG Week activities remind the UB community that philanthropy improves life at the university.
UB geologist Jason Briner discusses the implications of a new climate science paper in Nature.
The first SUNY-funded conference fostering research and education on mindfulness is being held at UB.
UB accounting students again are providing free tax preparation services to those meeting income eligibility.
An upgrade is in the works for the free East Side medical clinic run by UB med students.
Chemist Frank Bright is building a nanocrystal-based sensor to more accurately pinpoint areas of the brain with dopamine depletion.
Despite a Texas recommendation against its use in court, the battle is not over nationwide.
UB cyberlaw expert Mark Bartholomew predicts Congress will step in to settle this privacy vs. security clash.
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.
Work by UB mathematician Gino Biondini builds on centuries of research devoted to using math to describe the physical world.
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.
From Belgium to Brazil, supercomputers worldwide are crunching data with UB's XDMoD software.
UB dental faculty and students will visit nearly 15,000 children in more than 100 schools as part of Smile Education Day.
UB alumna Lisa Brosnick is assuming a leadership position in a professional organization that is influential in setting science education policy.
UB Law faculty member Irus Braverman's continuing interest in the intersection of animals and the law has produced a new edited volume.
A new UB study will investigate how and under what conditions children engage in gun violence and other high-risk behaviors like drug use.
UB is hosting a daylong program that encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office.
UB students in an interdisciplinary studio are helping a town in India develop a public sanitation plan.
UB architect Nicholas Rajkovich built a bicycle-based weather station to measure microclimate conditions in Cleveland.
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.
UB will take a look at how digital technologies are influencing scholarship during Digital Scholarship Week.
UB students in the Entrepreneurship Lab learned how to turn their big ideas into viable businesses.
Artists and academics will provide diverse views on the science and aesthetics of noise at the next Science & Art Cabaret.
Provost Charles Zukoski told the PSS that despite a shrinking pool, there are plenty of prospective students out there.