The filmmaker will present “Breaking Ground” at Silo City as part of her upcoming Creative Arts Initiative residency.
A pioneering researcher and staff who have made significant contributions to their fields and to the Jacobs School received 2018 Faculty-Staff Recognition Awards.
UB political scientist Jacob Neiheisel talks about the process for removing a president from office and why Donald Trump hasn't been impeached — and likely won’t be.
The CDS faculty member was recognized with one of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s highest honors.
High school students attending UB's GIS Summer Camp get some hands-on experience flying drones — and have some fun while they're at it.
Eighteen of UB's top scholars and educators have been named recipients of the 2018 Exceptional Scholar and Teaching Innovation Awards.
Amateur archaeologists get a hands-on experience at the UB Archaeological Survey’s McKendry dig.
UB research identifying M3R receptor as a promising drug target helps lay the foundation for future clinical trials.
Alison Treichel is the first UB medical student to receive a Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Clinical Research Mentorship program award.
GSE's Open Education Research Lab will support SUNY's efforts to promote the use of open or free educational materials.
UB researcher Catherine Cook-Cottone hopes her work will pave the way for health care insurers to cover therapeutic yoga.
Cancer survivors Arlene Kaukus and David Brown are traveling across NYS to benefit cancer research.
Social work researcher Noelle St. Vil’s analysis uncovers barriers women face when entering new relationships.
UB's free outdoor performance series is back for a 12th season of music, dancing and hands-on activities.
Philosophers at the Romanell Conference also will discuss such topics as abortion, the nature of disease and informed consent.
Margaret Rhee’s collection of poems explores a world in which robots and humans fall in and out of love.
Communicators from across the university have received national and regional awards honoring their innovative communication stratigies and projects.
A $3 million implementation science grant will support the work of faculty scholars who will help ensure medical innovations reach the patient.
More than 600 family members of individuals who donated their bodies to medical science gathered recently for a memorial service.
As associate vice provost and director of admissions, Miller will lead all aspects of domestic undergraduate admissions at UB.