2/10/03

According to Paul D. Senese, assistant professor of political science at UB, a war with Iraq will only fan anti-American sentiments in the Arab world, revive the "A" word -- arrogance -- and rouse more hatred of Washington among Arab Muslims.

2/10/03

Claude E. Welch, UB professor of political science, is available to discuss the potential success of U.S. military strategy in a war with Iraq. U.S. military action in Iraq likely will begin with a massive bombing campaign to "decapitate" Saddam's government, followed by use of ground troops, Welch says.

2/10/03

According to Lee A. Albert, UB professor of law, it would be illegal for the United States to declare war on Iraq without a U.N. resolution. Albert is one of several hundred law professors from throughout the United States who signed a petition objecting to a war with Iraq.

2/10/03

UB School of Management professor Lewis Mandell says a war with Iraq will not have much impact on the U.S. economy.

2/10/03

If the U.S. is successful in dethroning Saddam Hussein, a lengthy and difficult period of occupancy would be required to democratize Iraq, says Thomas W. Burkman, director of UB's Asian Studies Program.

2/10/03

Samuel M. Paley, archaeologist and professor of classics at the University at Buffalo, warns that a war with Iraq could destroy at least some of Iraq's ancient archaeological treasures.

2/10/03

President Bush's leadership during a war with Iraq will shape public perception of his charisma says James R. Meindl, a University at Buffalo School of Management professor who studies attributes of leadership and charisma.

2/18/03

Margaret W. Paroski, M.D., senior associate dean for academic affairs and admissions at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, has been appointed interim vice president for health affairs and interim dean of the medical school, UB president William R. Greiner has announced.

2/19/03

Media coverage of any military conflict in Iraq will differ greatly from coverage of the Gulf War a dozen years ago, according to participants in a University at Buffalo Alumni Association media panel discussion held Feb. 5 in the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

2/21/03

The first season of MTV's "Fraternity Life" and the second season of "Sorority Life," both focusing on members of Greek organizations at the University at Buffalo, will debut on MTV on next Wednesday, Feb. 26.

2/28/03

A report on major stories in the news media during the month of November 2002 involving the University at Buffalo, its faculty, staff and students. If you are interested in receiving a copy of a story in this log, please contact Connie Rieck in the Office of News Services at 645-5000, ext. 1420 and she will gladly fill your request.

2/28/03

A report on major stories in the news media during the month of November 2002 involving the University at Buffalo, its faculty, staff and students. If you are interested in receiving a copy of a story in this log, please contact Connie Rieck in the Office of News Services at 645-5000, ext. 1420 and she will gladly fill your request.

2/28/03

A report on major stories in the news media during the month of November 2002 involving the University at Buffalo, its faculty, staff and students. If you are interested in receiving a copy of a story in this log, please contact Connie Rieck in the Office of News Services at 645-5000, ext. 1420 and she will gladly fill your request.