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Faculty in the News

Holly Buck.

Assistant Professor Holly Buck

Diana Aga.

Professor Diana Aga

Click on the following link to read an article featuring Dr. Diana Aga and her research with legacy pollutants in migrant terns in the Great Lakes Region.

http://www.buffalo.edu/ubnow/stories/2020/10/aga-terns.html

To read the actual research article, please click on the following link:

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0160412020320201

Susan Clark.

Assistant Professor Susan Clark

 

Janet Yang.

Associate Professor Janet Yang

 

Click on the following link to read about a study to improve plastics recycling, featuring our professors on the sub-plan committee, Susan Clark and Janet Yang.

http://www.buffalo.edu/renew/news-and-events/latest-news.host.html/content/shared/university/news/news-center-releases/2020/09/011.detail.html

Nicholas Henshue.

Assistant Clinical Professor Nicholas Henshue

 

Click on the following link to read about invasive 'jumping' earth worms and their destructive potential featuring our Clinical Assistant Professor, Dr. Nick Henshue:

https://www.wkbw.com/news/local-news/ub-expert-says-invasive-jumping-earthworms-with-destructive-potential-appearing-in-wny

 

Howard Lasker.

Professor and Department Chair Howard Lasker

 

Click on the following link to the UBNow story of coral reefs in the Carribbean featuring our Department Chair, Dr. Howard Lasker:

http://www.buffalo.edu/ubnow/stories/2020/03/lasker-soft-corals.html

 

Adam Rome.

Professor Adam Rome

 

Click on the following link to read about Earth Day and its origins featuring our Professor, Dr. Adam Rome, who wrote a book documenting the first Earth Day 50 years ago:

http://www.buffalo.edu/ubnow/stories/2020/01/rome-earth-day.html

Other News

  • 10/23/19
    The University at Buffalo is proud to announce the launch of a new Department of Environment and Sustainability (EVS) this fall semester on UB’s North campus. While research in environmental and sustainability issues has been a part of UB’s research and curriculum for decades, it is the vision of this department to address some of the world’s most pressing social and ecological challenges, such as climate change, population growth, biodiversity loss and soil loss, to name a few.
  • 2/3/20
    Environment and Sustainability professor, Nick Henshue, recently took his students out in the field to tag monarch butterflies in an effort to track their migration.  Check out the links below to the local news stories to read more about it!