1/3/17

UB will celebrate the 217th anniversary of the birth of Millard Fillmore, UB’s first chancellor, at a ceremony in Forest Lawn Cemetery.

1/3/17

Pilot UB research has found that nearly half of divers experience dental symptoms while in the water, including jaw pain and broken fillings.

1/3/17

The Career Experience Program broadens students’ views to local opportunities and exposes local firms to UB students.

1/4/17

The $1.2 million NSF grant, plus another $500,000 from UB, will be used to create a research facility for self-driving and connected cars.

1/4/17

A new book by UB faculty member David Engel debunks the common belief that Americans have their attorney on speed-dial.

1/5/17

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.

1/5/17

PLS 3rd Learning digitizes K-12 resources so that teachers from different school districts can share curriculum plans online.

1/5/17

UB geographer Chris Renschler is helping countries coordinate management of natural resources and natural disasters.

1/6/17

A technique developed by UB geographer Peter Rogerson places the heart of North America in a North Dakota town called Center.

1/6/17

Faculty members Jennifer Read and Venu Govindaraju are the recipients of the 2016-17 Excellence in Graduate Student Mentoring Award.

1/9/17

The interim dean of the School of Law will receive the  highest honor given by the school and its Alumni Association.

1/6/17

UB physicians are taking part in a national effort to encourage medical school students and residents to enter the field.

1/5/17

The former president of the UB Alumni Association and standout running back was a key member of the 1958 Lambert Cup team.

1/9/17

Patient Pattern allows clinicians to tap into records to determine how best to treat hospitalized elderly and post-acute care patients.

1/10/17

John L. Crassidis is the recipient of the J. Leland Atwood Award for his “commitment to excellence in aerospace engineering education.”

1/10/17

A UB study finds patients who use abortion funds to pay for the procedure are younger and more likely to be African-American.

1/11/17

Artists in residence Neil Wechsler and Nathan Heidelberger also plan a series of workshops and classes for students and the public.

1/9/17

Millard Fillmore's “legacy organizations” paid tribute to the U.S. president — and UB's first chancellor — at the annual commemoration of his birth.

1/11/17

African-American women in abusive relationships use religion, external support and fighting back to survive, a UB study has found.

1/10/17

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.

1/11/17

Margaret Moss’  “American Indian Health and Nursing” received two Book of the Year awards from the American Journal of Nursing.  

1/10/17

In his State of the State address at UB, the governor proposes $20M for the medical school and extending Metro Rail to the North Campus.  

1/12/17

UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Materials Informatics has awarded over $170,000 to five collaborations with commercial potential.

1/12/17

A UB study finds emotional distress may lead men to choose more aggressive treatment than needed for prostate cancer.

1/13/17

Student startup MemoryFox allows people to interview family members and store the recordings using a smartphone.

1/13/17

UB's efforts to find and hire more minority- and women-owned business enterprises are paying off big-time.

1/13/17

Patrons will have to resist the urge to play with the bright, inflatable sculptures that are part of an upcoming UB Anderson Gallery exhibition.

1/17/17

GSE professor Mary McVee shared with attendees some of the ways UB faculty has successfully used technology in teacher preparation.

1/17/17

The father-son startup Vader Systems' 3-D printing technology could transform how things are made.

1/17/17

The galleries’ Screen Projects public art video initiative continues in the spring semester with two videos on view in the Center for the Arts.

1/18/17

The popular Buffalo Film Seminars led by Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson returns on Jan. 31 with 14 notable films.

1/18/17

A UB analysis of Census data finds the influx of workers born abroad generates benefits to both high- and low-paid workers.

1/19/17

Ebony G. Patterson’s exhibition of eye-popping floor tapestries and brightly covered male figures opens Feb. 9 in the UB Art Gallery.

1/19/17

The popular event at UB features traditional and contemporary performing arts, including music, dance, storytelling and martial arts.

1/23/17

UB scientists have found that carbamates can upset circadian rhythms, increasing the risk for diabetes and other metabolic diseases.

1/20/17

At a performance of Beethoven’s Fifth, UB faculty will discuss how the composer struggled with, then conquered, his devastating hearing loss.

1/23/17

A positive relationship between counselor and patient is key to successful treatment for alcohol use disorder, an RIA study has found.

1/23/17

UB education faculty will use a new grant to improve learning at a Buffalo charter school by expanding use of technology in the classroom.

1/24/17

A UB study adds to the evidence that fat and related molecules called lipids are more active in cellular processes than previously thought.

1/25/17

Faculty member Susan Udin is helping seniors in her Buffalo neighborhood live independently in their homes.

1/25/17

Buffalo startup ACV Auctions is pioneering a new way for car dealers to buy and sell inventory.

1/26/17

UB faculty member Kari Winter predicts more women will be invovled in politics at all levels.

1/26/17

Law professor Samantha Barbas examines the first battle before the Supreme Court weighing privacy versus freedom of the press.

1/27/17

The funding will continue a unique aspect of the UB-led STEM program that brings teachers into training with students.

1/30/17

Twitter can be an effective way to gather passenger information, according to results of a preliminary UB study.

1/26/17

Members of the UB community gathered to recognize the people who make the university's campaign successful.

1/30/17

African immigrant mothers rarely pass down to their children cultural views regarding sex, a UB study has found.

1/30/17

Digital literacy expert Heidi Julien suggests using the “CRAP” test to decide whether what you’re reading or hearing passes the “smell test.”

1/29/17

UB's president says UB will support members of the UB community who may be affected by executive orders affecting immigration law.

1/31/17

Singing can provide an understanding of the relationship between perceiving and doing, UB psychologist Peter Pfordresher says.

1/31/17

Materials science scholar Quanxi Jia has been recognized for his contributions to coated superconductors and metal-oxide thin films for electronic applications.

1/31/17

Pianist Jonathan Biss will delve into some of the intricacies of later works of Schumann, Chopin and Brahms at an upcoming UB concert.