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4/3/17

After extensive deliberation, UB will reduce its intercollegiate sports programs to 16, eliminating baseball, men's soccer, men's swimming and diving and women's rowing.

4/3/17

Device links wirelessly to a cellphone and helps with communication in very loud environments, sending warnings or notifying the wearer of incoming calls.

4/10/17

Diverse immigrant populations do more than enrich a city’s cultural fabric. According to UB geographers, they also boost wages.

4/4/17

A two-year, $700,000 grant will help researchers at the UB Research Institute on Addictions develop effective strategies to help prevent sexual assault on college campuses.

4/4/17

Cultural critic Roxane Gay, author of the New York Times bestselling collection of essays “Bad Feminist,” will speak at UB on April 5 in Alumni Arena as part of the university’s Distinguished Speakers Series.

4/5/17

A large-scale cast of dinosaur puppets connects children to paleontology in a fun and informative setting on May 4 at the Center for the Arts.

4/5/17

Science and cocktails will come together for one savory evening during UB GEM's DNA Cocktails with Coalesce, a celebration of National DNA Day over cocktails and microbiome-friendly foods.

4/5/17
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Links between physical health and spirituality have been contemplated back to the earliest human civilizations. Today, new research continues to explore those connections, but what do they mean for health care providers? How should providers react when patients discuss their faith or want to pray?
4/5/17

The Distinguished Speakers Series event with Roxane Gay, originally scheduled for 8 p.m. tonight (April 5) has been postponed and rescheduled for April 13 after her travel plans were disrupted due to unforeseen flight complications and delays.

4/5/17

The University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions will present two seminars this month that continue UB’s mission to address Western New York’s ongoing opioid crisis.

4/6/17

Five alumni who have gone on to succeed in widely varied types of practice will be honored as the UB School of Law confers Distinguished Alumni Awards at its annual Law Alumni Association Dinner on May 4.

4/7/17

Klaus Oeggl, one of the world’s leading authorities on the Tyrolean Iceman, will discuss recent research about the mummified Neolithic man of the Alps on April 10 at UB.

4/9/17

“Gov. Cuomo’s Bio Life Sciences initiative will be a transformative program ensuring New York’s leadership and commitment to scientific research,” said UB President Satish K. Tripathi.

4/10/17

A $1.9 million National Institutes of Health grant will enable UB professor Myles S. Faith to test a family-based treatment for childhood obesity using innovative technology that allows study participants to be treated in their homes.

4/11/17

UB’s creation of advanced manufacturing MOOCs has sparked conversations with a binational nonprofit organization and a technical college in Mexico.

4/11/17

Following its annual review and subsequent site visit of the dermatology residency program at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education has withdrawn the program’s accreditation, effective June 30.

4/13/17

Cultural critic Roxane Gay, author of the New York Times bestselling collection of essays “Bad Feminist,” will speak  on April 13 in the Center for the Arts, North Campus, as part of UB’s Distinguished Speakers Series.

4/13/17

Applications for undergraduate admission at UB are up 7.5 percent over last year, and are expected to top 27,000 for the first time.

4/13/17

Dympna Callaghan, past president of the Shakespeare Association of America, will deliver the keynote lecture as part of UB’s “Returns from the Folger: A Celebration of its 25th Anniversary of Membership in the Folger Institute” to be held April 20.

4/14/17

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

4/14/17

Franklin Odo, founding director of the Asian Pacific American Center in the Smithsonian Institution, will deliver the keynote address at the UB symposium, Humanities Beyond the Academy, on April 22.

4/17/17

Traditional clinical hearing tests often fail to diagnose patients with a common form of inner ear damage that might otherwise be detected by more challenging behavioral tests, according to the findings of a UB-led study.

4/17/17

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

4/17/17

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown, Nancy Wells, UB’s vice president for philanthropy and alumni relations, and Robin Shulze, dean of the UB College of Arts and Sciences, will be among those participating in this year’s Emily Dickinson Community Marathon Reading on April 22.

4/18/17

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

4/18/17

UB's Research Institute on Addiction will host its second Student Research in Addiction Sciences Open House April 21 to highlight the collaborative addictions research work conducted at UB.

4/18/17

Mark J. Czarnecki, former vice chairman of the UB Council and president and COO of M&T Bank, will be awarded the Chancellor Charles P. Norton Medal posthumously during the School of Management’s undergraduate commencement ceremony on May 20.

4/19/17

UB's Raechele L. Pope has received the Contribution to Knowledge Award presented by the ACPA - College Student Educators International, one of the organization’s highest honors.

4/19/17

A Lancaster native studying nature at the smallest scales possible and a student hoping to use robotics to create “revolutionary prosthetics” are the UB’s latest Barry Goldwater Scholarship winners.

4/19/17

The event honors Alison L. Des Forges, a UB history professor who helped call attention to genocide in Rwanda.

4/19/17

“Humans of New York” creator Brandon Stanton will be the featured speaker at the University at Buffalo's Distinguished Speakers Series program to be held April 29 in Alumni Arena.

4/19/17

Annual summit convenes scholars, resettlement agencies, service providers, community support centers, municipal agencies and refugees to explore barriers and solutions to promote culturally engaged health care for refugees in Buffalo.

4/24/17

Women at the highest genetic risk for fracture benefit the most from hormone therapy, according to a first-of-its-kind study led by UB researchers.

4/21/17

The School of Dental Medicine's sixth annual Run for Smiles 5k returns to promote cardiovascular and oral health awareness and support programs that provide oral health care to underserved populations in Buffalo.

4/21/17

On May 2, Michael Levitt, a Stanford University School of Medicine biophysicist and professor of structural biology,will give the O.P. Jones Lecture at the University at Buffalo at 3:30 p.m. in Butler Auditorium, 150 Farber Hall, on UB’s South Campus.

4/24/17

Kathy Hochul, the 77th lieutentant governor of New York State, will be the keynote speaker at the UB School of Law's 128th Commencement exercises on May 21 in the Center for the Arts.

4/24/17

The key to improving confidence among parents of ill or premature infants may lie in simulated care, found new research led by University at Buffalo nursing researcher Deborah Raines. 

4/25/17

UB HEALS received an award from the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.

4/24/17

Editorial by UB professor describes innovations in HCV treatment at methadone clinics and corrections facilities.

4/25/17

“BAND Against Bullying,” the annual competition to raise bullying awareness, will take place at 7 p.m. April 27 at Shea’s 710 Main Theater. The event is sold out.

4/26/17

Having it your way on political websites and seeing only the content that aligns with your beliefs is not good for democracy, according to a UB expert in the political effects of communication technology.

4/26/17

The UB Office of Community Relations has launched a new website aimed at giving residents who live in the neighborhoods around the UB campuses and around Western New York an online source of information about what the university has to offer the surrounding community.

4/27/17

Although people living in consumer-based cultures such as the U.S. often believe that they will be happier if they acquire more money, a new UB study suggest that there may be downsides to this pursuit.

4/26/17

Science and cocktails will come together for one savory evening during UB GEM's DNA Cocktails with Coalesce, a celebration of National DNA Day over cocktails and microbiome-friendly foods.

4/12/17

An authoritarian style does not work best when it comes to complex, dynamic environments, says UB's Paul Tesluk.

4/28/17

Brandon Stanton, founder of the “Humans of New York” project, will speak at UB at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, in Alumni Arena as part of the Distinguished Speakers Series.

4/28/17

The physicians and researchers will be recognized for the outstanding accomplishments and distinction each brings to the school and region.

5/1/17

The breakthrough involves controlling energy levels between electron valleys in 2-D semiconductor.