Staff News

  • SUNY chancellor touts UB as national leader in AI

    The visit to UB also kicked off a discussion series on harnessing AI for the public good. 

  • Leaving everything behind for the UB dream

    “Green” athlete and world-traveler Ambre Amat says coming to UB was the “scariest and most exciting decision” she has ever made.

  • The power of AI

    Artificial intelligence expert Jinjun Xiong talks to UBNow about the impact of AI on research now and in the future, and how it will affect health care.

  • Collaboration keeps medical studentโ€™s dream alive

    Medical and engineering faculty and students are working to solve Chloe Cottone's hypermobility problems and maintain her goal of becoming a surgeon. 

  • Three members of SEAS receive Academic Integrity Awards

    Two faculty and one staff member were recognized for both confronting academic dishonesty and taking steps to prevent it.

  • Two UB students named Goldwater Scholars

    Lea Kyle and Sydney Swedick are recipients of the most prestigious research scholarship offered for undergrad STEM students.

  • UB prepares for earthquake test

    The work aims to improve the resilience of unreinforced masonry buildings, making communities worldwide safer from earthquakes.

  • Stephens recognized for excellence in engineering education and technology

    Lisa Stephens, PhD, assistant dean for digital education in UB SEAS, was honored with the American Society for Engineering Education’s Best Session Award at the Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration.

  • The arms race, SEAS-style

    The Society of Automotive Engineers is one of the numerous student clubs taking part in Bot Wars, the marquee event of Engineers Week.