News Archive

5/24/19
Jamie Ostrov, professor in the Department of Psychology, has received a $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to examine the critical developmental and educational transition children make when moving from pre-K to kindergarten.
5/24/19
Not the balls of stale grey fluff that collect under your bed, but the tiny bits of mostly reflective material that hang in the Earth’s atmosphere, influencing weather conditions like temperature, rain and wind. It’s a curious field of study that matters a lot — especially as the planet’s climate changes.
5/24/19
“WTF (Where’s the Forest),” a solo exhibition of new work by College of Arts and Sciences faculty member Reinhard Reitzenstein, opens May 24 in Buffalo Arts Studio in the Tri-Main Center and will be on view through June 29.
5/15/19
College of Arts and Sciences sophomore Hannah Seppala, a physics and math major whose self-proclaimed strength is to problem-solve from multiple directions, is one of two UB students to win a Barry Goldwater Scholarship this year.
5/15/19
A UB study of 46 mammal species explores the evolutionary history of amylase, a compound that breaks down carbs.
5/15/19
Ndubueze Mbah, assistant professor of history, has been named a 2019 American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Centennial Fellow in the Dynamics of Place.
5/8/19
Diana Aga, a professor in the Department of Chemistry, examines how sewage treatment systems help — or don’t help — to eliminate antimicrobial drugs and their remnants, called residues, from wastewater before it’s discharged into rivers and lakes.