4/3/17

Gum disease and tooth loss may be associated with a higher risk of death among older women, according to a UB study.

4/3/17

UB has made the difficult decision to eliminate baseball, men's soccer, men's swimming and diving, and women's rowing.

4/3/17

UB junior Patricia Lorquet will be part of a group running from San Francisco to NYC this summer to raise money for a cancer organization.

3/31/17

UB is celebrating with a series of events including the 2017 Step Challenge, "yoga and yogurt" and a screening of "Cowspiracy."

4/3/17

Startup company has designed a device that attaches to workers' safety goggles and can alert them to excessive noise, other threats.

4/3/17

The award-winning ensemble will perform the next three concerts in this season’s Slee/Beethoven String Quartet Cycle.

 

4/4/17

The panel discussion will look at how Muslims and people of other faiths are represented in the media.

4/4/17

The UB cardiologist has been awarded mastership, a distinction reserved for the top tier of internists in the U.S.

4/4/17

Students attending the Interprofessional Education Forum discussed how collaboration is key to ensuring the best outcome for patients.

4/5/17

Presentations by the recipients of the Presidential and Schomburg fellowships spotlights UB's effort to support outstanding grad students.

4/5/17

The annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence recognizes the extraordinary accomplishments of UB students.

4/5/17

Telemedicine think the ‘Brady Brunch’ will link participants in a new UB childhood obesity study.

4/6/17

“Rising star” Robert Trevino will conduct UB's chamber orchestra in a program of Schoenberg arrangements of Mahler and Debussy works.

4/6/17

Guests can learn about genome science while extracting strawberry DNA and enjoying a cocktail and microbiome-friendly food.

4/6/17

Attendees at the Creative Scientist Workshop looked at developing new strategies for recruiting subjects for clinical trials.

4/7/17

This semester's edition of UB's “difficult conversations” series is following a debate format that asks participants to “own our differences.”  

4/7/17

The award to RIA will develop strategies to reduce drinking as a way to prevent sexual victimization on college campuses.

4/7/17

Three artists are using cultural objects to spotlight new narratives in an exhibition opening April 22 in the UB Anderson Gallery.

4/6/17

Two experts in opioid addiction and treatment protocols will speak at UB's Research Institute on Addictions.

4/7/17

UB students are part of three teams moving on in the tech competition aimed at solving some of Lake Erie’s biggest challenges.

4/10/17

The musical that features one of musical theatre's greatest scores will be performed April 28-30 and May 5-7.

4/10/17

The work of UB faculty member and award-winning sci fi writer Nnedi Okorafor will be featured at the annual event celebrating UB’s distinction in arts and letters.

4/11/17

Doctoral student Aisha O'Mally's experience as a heart transplant recipient is at the core of her work promoting organ donation.  

4/10/17

A UB-led study has found that diverse immigrant populations do more than enrich a city’s cultural fabric: They also boost wages.

4/10/17

The talk by archaeobotanist Klaus Oeggl will examine recent research about the mummified Neolithic man found in the Alps in 1991.

4/11/17

Research grants to promote food quality in the Global South were awarded to teams at UB's inaugural Ideas Lab.

4/12/17

Five alumni will be honored as the School of Law confers Distinguished Alumni Awards at its annual Law Alumni Association Dinner.

4/11/17

April is Sustainability Month at UB, with the university marking Earth Week April 17-21 with daily events promoting sustainability.

4/13/17

The former vice chairman of the UB Council and president and COO of M&T Bank will be awarded UB’s highest honor posthumously.

4/12/17

Nathan Laube, considered among the organ world's elite peformers, will present concerts at UB and at St. Joseph Cathedral.

4/12/17

The UB earthquake engineer was a member of a research team recognizied for a paper published in a ASCE journal.

4/13/17

DARPA’s Stefanie Tompkins tells UB researchers to think big when pitching funding ideas to the federal agency.

4/13/17

The GSE prof received the Contribution to Knowledge Award for introducing the topic of multiculturalism to the student affairs profession.

4/17/17

Michael Mann will offer a lighthearted take on a serious issue during a talk in RENEW’s Distinguished Lecture Series.

4/12/17

The decision by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education does not affect the Department of Dermatology’s academic program.

4/14/17

“Electric Avenue (In Blue),” created by the Buffalo art collective Team Razor Wire, graces the stairwell of the UB Anderson Gallery.

4/13/17

The charity race organized by UB dental students raises money for dental school programs such as CARES and BOCA.

4/13/17

A team led by a UB PhD student takes first place in the annual contest to facilitate and promote commercialization of UB-generated technologies.

4/17/17

Lance Rintamaki's sex communication class eliminates the awkwardness of “the talk” while providing students with accurate information.

4/14/17

Domestic undergraduate admission applications to UB are up 7.5 percent over last year’s historic amount.

4/14/17

The symposium celebrates UB's membership in the Folger Institute, a key recruitment tool for humanities students and faculty.

4/17/17

UB Wellfest is joining forces with Bring Your Kids to Work Day to bring UB employees a wellness-focused, family-friendly day on April 27.

4/14/17

The acclaimed author took to the stage for an entertaining and provocative mix of readings, formal lecture and humorous — sometimes biting — asides.

4/18/17

Another student earned honorable mention for the most prestigious and competitive scholarship offered to undergrad STEM students.

4/17/17

UB is holding a symposium to look at opportunities for humanities graduates beyond positions at colleges and universities.

4/20/17

UB physicist helps prove that strongly nonlinear systems can reach equilibrium after all.

4/18/17

The 3MT Competition aimed to help PhD candidates hone their presentation skills and communicate their research to a broad audience.

4/19/17

A UB-led study has found that tests conducted in a quiet room often fail to diagnose a common form of inner ear damage.

4/19/17

Some 5,894 students are candidates to receive degrees and certifications during 18 ceremonies being held April 28 through May 24.

4/18/17

The public can join the UB-organized event, which aims to recite the poet's entire body of work — almost 1,800 poems — in one day.

4/19/17

The annual forum held in memory of the human rights activist will focus on counterterrorism, electoral politics and human rights.

4/18/17

UB’s Difficult Conversations series for spring 2017 opened with discussion of whether these celebrations are a solution or a quick fix.

4/21/17

Hot and dry weather after wildfires leads to decreased plant diversity, a concern for California and other areas, a new study finds.

4/20/17

GSE representatives will present their work at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

4/20/17

The grants support research and education in wireless networks, saltwater desalination and the “Internet of Things.”

4/19/17

The founder of the popular street portrait blog replaces actor James Franco in UB's Distinguished Speakers Series.

4/21/17

UB faculty member David Holmes recently led a group of UB medical students on a medical mission to Panama. Here is their story.

4/21/17

Longtime faculty are making gifts to help fund renovation of 300 operatories that are used in training and patient care.

4/24/17

The UB researcher is a member of the inaugural class of fellows of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco.

4/24/17

A historic long-lost lantern will be reunited with its mate when the new building for the medical school opens its doors later this year.

4/24/17

The informal meetings between students and faculty aim to overcome the “intimation factor” associated with traditional office hours.

4/21/17

UB's 13th annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence honored the successes of UB's outstanding students.

4/26/17

Michael Levitt, a 2013 winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, pioneered the field of computational biology.

4/25/17

The Graduate Teaching Award recognizes the UB engineer's excellence and creativity in teaching master's-level students.

4/24/17

The former U.S. undersecretary of energy and Johns Hopkins provost will succeed Nancy Zimpher as SUNY chancellor.

4/26/17

UB students took the top prize in the graduate division of the NYS Pollution Prevention Institute’s Research and Development competition.

4/25/17

An editorial by UB professor Andrew Talal describes innovations in HCV treatment among people with substance abuse disorders.

4/26/17

A UB-led study of postmenopausal women finds that those at highest genetic risk of broken bones benefit most from hormone therapy.

4/25/17

Speakers and workshop sessions addressed the theme of improving health literacy for Buffalo’s refugee population.

4/27/17

Experiencing worst-case scenarios before hospital discharge helps reduce anxiety in parents of premature babies, a UB study has found.

4/26/17

The street medicine program launched by students in the UB medical school is recognized for leadership, caring and service.

4/27/17

UBIT staffer Dennis Reed intreprets North Tonawanda history and shares it with others through his art.

4/28/17

UBNow takes a look behind the scenes with the two staffers who guide production of UB’s biggest parties of the year — all 22 of them.

4/28/17

UB and You offers one-stop shopping on how the university is making a difference in the community.

4/27/17

UB’s favorite feathered couple — peregrine falcons Dixie and Yankee — are keeping watch over four eggs in the South Campus nesting box.