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Sabrina Casucci is co-PI on a new $1.5 million grant awarded to the UB School of Nursing by the Health Resources and Services Administration to increase access to mental health and substance abuse treatment in rural Western New York. Spectrum News and Buffalo Business First published the announcement.

The event will bring students from across the country to UB’s North Campus for a weekend of learning and connecting.

6/23/20 published an article on research led by UB's Department of Computer Science and Engineering that resulted in the development of the RehabPhone, a smartphone software tool that allows for home-based rehab using 3D-printed tools.

UB’s Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars is seeking applicants to take part in the Inclusive Autonomous Vehicle Design Challenge.


With COVID-19 upending the ways we live, work, and learn, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences had to seek new ways to celebrate its 2020 graduates.


The tradition of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ commencement speaker competition continued this year but with a twist.

Two students from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences were among those recognized by Student Engagement with its annual LEAD (Leadership, Engagement, Advocacy and Development) awards.  
WGRZ and WKBW report that a UB-led research team coordinated by Albert Titus, professor and chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, has submitted a prototype 3D-printed and reusable N95-like respirator for emergency approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.