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An ancient otter tooth found in Mexico by UB researcher Jack Tseng suggests mammals migrated across America via a new east-west passage along the northern edge of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt.

University News

Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, former U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice, Grey’s Anatomy actor and activist Jesse Williams and award-winning actor and science communicator Alan Alda are among the speakers who will headline UB’s 2017-18 season. Early-bird discounts are now available.

The School of Nursing has received more than $2.4 million in funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration to increase access to mental health care and substance abuse treatment among American Indian communities in Western New York.

Research Spotlight

While most research on Alzheimer’s disease has focused on early diagnosis and treatment, UB scientists are studying genetic and epigenetic factors with the ultimate goal of restoring function to patients in the later stages of the disease.

Placemats can be used to encourage children to eat healthier food in restaurants, according to a new study by the University at Buffalo and Independent Health Foundation.

UB People

Dalia A. Muller, associate professor of history, has been appointed director of the Honors College and associate dean of undergraduate education..

Kathryn Kendall, senior assistant dean for enrollment and online programs in the School of Social Work, competes regularly in Scottish Highland Games, an ancient Celtic sport that some say may be the oldest continuing athletic games in the world, pre-dating sumo wrestling and the Greek Olympics.

At Buffalo Magazine

Campus dining has gone from military-grade decades ago to restaurant-grade today. How did we get from Salisbury steak and Jell-O to Korean fried tofu? It’s been a crazy journey, peppered with highs and lows. Read about a few standouts from over the years.

In My Opinion

These days, the average weight of a student's full backpack can be upwards of 20 pounds! That's a lot of books and supplies. We'd like to knowwhich book(s) made your load the heaviest?

Tell us, and your response may be in an upcoming issue of At Buffalo magazine. You can read responses to last month's question by clicking here.

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Heard On Campus


“This is the promise of experiential learning—and when you look at UB through the lens of vast experiences and connections that our faculty and staff offer—there are infinite opportunities to help students touch the world in a way that will benefit all involved.”

—Mara Huber, associate dean of undergraduate research and experiential learning, about a trip under way in Tanzania. Learn more.

Events and Programs

Free Online Webinar: Investing with Impact | Aug. 9: Join William Geary from Merrill Lynch for a discussion on how conscious consumers are making more impactful investment decisions. Learn more.

Law Alumni NYC Summer Social  | Aug.
9: Join the New York City Chapter of the UB Law Alumni Association for an evening of networking and fun with alumni, students and friends. Learn more.

Silo City Tour | Aug. 12: You've seen it from a distance; now's your chance to experience it firsthand. This vertical tour of Buffalo's silos goes all the way to the top. Learn more.

UB Family Day at Coors Field-Denver | Aug. 20: The Colorado Rockies take on the Milwaukee Brewers in Coors Field. Learn more.

Young Alumni Summer Social | Aug. 22: The UB Young Alumni Program will host a complete takeover of Buffalo's Rusty Nickel Brewing Co. for a private party. Live music, games, prizes and tours by owner and UB alumnus Jason Havens, BS '05. Learn more.

Homecoming and Family Weekend | Oct. 5-8: With events for everyone, it's #Good2BeBlue during Homecoming and Family Weekend, Oct. 5-8! Take a tour of Buffalo and UB campuses, hear live music, cheer the Bulls at a pep rally or go to a carnival and bonfire...not to mention football and soccer! Learn more.

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