Identifying discrimination is a necessary first step toward
confronting prejudice, yet victims may be unlikely to recognize
some types of discrimination unless they have higher self-esteem,
according to a new UB study.
The School of Public Health and Health Professions will
recognize National Public Health Week April 3-12 with a series of
events that highlight and celebrate public health efforts locally
An upcoming repair project at MacKay Heating Plant, home to UB's
peregrine falcons, is prompting the state Department of
Environmental Conservation to move the falcon chicks to ensure
their safety once they hatch next month.
A new study by UB researchers has found that parents who
chronically fail to provide for their children contribute to the
likelihood that they will develop aggressive and delinquent
tendencies later in adolescence.
About 250 UB students planted trees in South Campus
neighborhoods last Saturday as part of the “ReTree the
District” project that aims to plant 1,000 trees in the
University District by the end of 2016.
In recognition of the outstanding guidance and support they give
UB undergraduates, faculty members Ana Mariella Bacigalupo, Lance
Rintamaki and Mark Swihart have been named recipients of the
Meyerson mentoring award for 2015.
The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus and UB teamed up to provide
some answers to that dreaded question and help families learn more
about careers and internship opportunities available on the medical
UB Law professor Michael Boucai believes there is overwhelming
evidence to suggest the Supreme Court will grant same-sex couples
the right to marry and that the decision hinges on Justice Anthony
Robert G. Wilmers, chairman and chief executive officer of
M&T Bank Corporation, will be awarded the Chancellor Charles P.
Norton Medal, UB’s highest honor, during the 169th annual
University Commencement on May 17.
UB microbiologist Michael Russell writes in the journal mBio
that scientists must develop a better understanding of the human
immune system and its adaptability in order to deal with increasing
drug resistence and deadly viral pathogens.
Climbing to base camp at Mount Everest was something Scott Weber
had wanted to do for some time. But the UB administrator didn't
expect that very place to turn into a disaster zone a mere eight
days after he returned to Buffalo.