Gov. Cuomo’s Excelsior Scholarship Program is an exciting proposal that will advance a long-held tenet of the University at Buffalo – that our state’s students deserve access to an affordable and excellent education, says UB President Satish K. Tripathi.
Abortion fund patients who get aid to help pay for abortions are younger and more likely to be African American when compared to general abortion patients in the U.S., according to the findings of a new UB study.
Margaret Moss, PhD, JD, assistant dean of diversity and inclusion in the UB School of Nursing, was honored with two 2016 Book of the Year Awards by the American Journal of Nursing for her book, “American Indian Health and Nursing.”
UB’s Creative Arts Initiative will present The Faust Project: A Staged Reading with Live Music of Goethe's Faust, an inventive reworking of Goethe’s epic by playwright Neil Wechsler and composer Nathan Heidelberger.
UB’s online programs for the Graduate School of Education and School of Nursing earned significant national endorsements from the U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of the best online programs in America.
UB is offering local schools and not-for-profit organizations free tickets to the 41st Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration event, featuring former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, to be held at 8 p.m. on Feb. 16, in Alumni Arena.
UB law professor Samantha Barbas' latest book, “Newsworthy: The Supreme Court Battle over Privacy and Press Freedom,” examines the first Supreme Court case to weigh the right of privacy versus freedom of the press.
The University at Buffalo is assessing the executive order and is actively monitoring the order’s potential impact on UB students, faculty, staff and visiting scholars who are from countries cited in the order.
Stephen Dunnett, UB vice provost for international education, will update members of the media on President Trump’s executive order of Jan. 27 that temporarily suspends entry to the U.S. by citizens of seven countries on the order’s impact on UB and the university’s response.
UB researchers have a $2.8 million NIH grant aimed at finding out whether one way to prevent childhood obesity might be making non-food alternatives, such as sports or imaginative play, more readily available to children.
The UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Utica College have formed a new agreement that will provide students the opportunity to earn a doctor of pharmacy degree (PharmD) in a shorter amount of time.
UB researchers at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo and other teams worldwide are proving that a dose of dextrose gel along with regular feedings can treat some babies with hypoglycemia, allowing them to stay with their mothers, which promotes breastfeeding.