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UB, NFTA are working to make public transportation more accessible

Before shifting focus toward wheelchair securement, the IDeA
Center conducted a study examining the slope of a newer bus-ramp
technology. The ramp unfolds after the bus door opens and allows
passengers to board the vehicle, whether they are in a wheeled
mobility device, use a cane or walker, or are a parent pushing a
stroller.
Their study, like others, found that a 1 to 6 ramp […]

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International conference to focus on Buffalo as the capital of the American arts and crafts movement

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Jack Quinan, University at Buffalo
Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus and a noted expert on
Frank Lloyd Wright, will deliver the keynote address on Friday,
Oct. 20, at 6 p.m. for a groundbreaking three-day conference that
directs long overdue attention to Buffalo, New York, as the
epicenter of the American arts and crafts movement.
Quinan’s lecture, “The Larkin Building and
Wright’s Oeuvre” at the Roycroft
Campus […]

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Susan G. Komen awards UB engineer $450,000 for cancer imaging research

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Soon, more women will have access to
breast cancer screening that can detect breast cancer earlier,
thanks to an imaging tool being developed by University at Buffalo
researcher Jun Xia.
Xia, PhD, is an assistant professor in UB’s Department of
Biomedical Engineering, a joint program of the School of
Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Jacobs School of Medicine
and Biomedical Sciences at UB.
He […]

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Using mobile apps to connect businesses with customers

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Businesses battling to stay connected with
customers could find some help from a new company started by
University at Buffalo engineering graduates.
Mogabi (formerly Ethos Studios) was a semifinalist in the Henry
A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition at UB in
2014 for its idea of keeping customers engaged with mobile games,
and the company worked on developing a product it could take […]

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UB School of Law unveils the Anthony J. Colucci Jr. Esq. ’58 Buffalo Law Review Suite

BUFFALO, NY — A major gift by University at Buffalo School
of Law alumnus Anthony J. Colucci Jr. (Class of 1958) and his wife,
Carmela, will memorialize the couple’s commitment to the
advancement of legal scholarship.
The gift has been used for renovation of the Buffalo Law Review
office suite on the sixth floor of the law school in John Lord
O’Brian Hall on UB’s North […]

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UB to reinter and memorialize remains uncovered from the former Erie County Poorhouse cemetery

The University at Buffalo will hold a reinterment ceremony on
Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 11 a.m. at the UB Newman Center, to
commemorate the lives of 372 people buried between the mid-19th and
early-20th centuries on the grounds of the former Erie County
Poorhouse cemetery, situated along Bailey Avenue near the edge of
what today is the university’s South Campus.
A funeral procession will leave the […]

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Lawyer takes on Google, Facebook, Twitter over terror videos

An article on Fox News about a lawyer who is trying to
make tech giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google liable for
allegedly providing “material support” to followers of
terror groups who commit mass murder using Section 230 of the
Communications Decency Act of 1996 interviews Mark Bartholomew,
professor of law. “Section 230 is a free pass to online
service providers as long as they act […]

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Doctors say the GOP’s anti-abortion campaign is based on pseudoscience

An article on Mic about a vote in Congress Tuesday in
favor of a bill that would make abortions after 20 weeks illegal in
the U.S., and based on the false premise that a fetus older than 20
weeks would feel pain during an abortion, interviews Gretchen Ely,
associate professor of social work. “It’s likely a
tactic to decrease access to abortion without overtly overturning
Roe […]

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Media Advisory: UB President Tripathi to deliver annual State of the University Address

BUFFALO, N.Y. – University at Buffalo President Satish K.
Tripathi will give his sixth State of the University Address,
during which he will review the progress UB has made in the past
year.
When: 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 6.
Where: Student Union Theater, UB North Campus.
Who: All members of the university community are invited
to attend. Representatives of the media are also welcome.
What: Besides reviewing the […]

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Media Advisory: Good to be blue: UB to celebrate Homecoming and Family Weekend

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Western New York will be seeing blue this
weekend as the University at Buffalo celebrates Homecoming and
Family Weekend.
UB’s iconic Baird Point will be lit up with blue lights
from 7-11 p.m. on Oct. 6-7, the atrium of the Center for the Arts
will glow UB blue from sundown to midnight Oct. 6-8 and even the
Peace Bridge will turn blue from […]

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UB researcher named nursing school’s first Garman Professor for influential work in mental health and addictions

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Yu-Ping Chang, PhD, associate professor
and associate dean for research and scholarship in the University
at Buffalo School of Nursing, was named the first School of Nursing
Patricia H. and Richard E. Garman Professor.
The Patricia H. Garman Behavioral Health Nursing Endowment Fund
Professorship was established to attract and retain the best and
brightest nursing faculty, enhance research endeavors and help the
school to […]

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Engineering alumnus gives $4 million to support UB institute

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A graduate who said the University at
Buffalo changed his life has given $4 million to the UB School of
Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS).
Stephen Still graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil
engineering in 1976, then earned master’s and doctoral
degrees at Princeton University. While his passion has always been
in transportation planning, he said, he spent most of his career […]

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A terra cotta twist on the mundane faculty mailbox

Each block in “Bibelot” is L-shaped, its long side
set at an angle to better perform as a masonry block. “We
were thinking of the history of terra cotta as masonry block in
construction,” Delaney said. “By nature of their
geometry, each block locks with its neighbor to produce a system
that doesn’t require any mortar or hardware screws between
the units and the shelves.”
What’s more, […]

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Media Advisory: UB to announce major gift at Thursday morning news conference

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The University at Buffalo on Thursday will
announce a multimillion-dollar gift made by an alumnus.
The gift will help UB advance its goal of becoming one of the
nation’s premier public research universities. Additional
details will be shared at the news conference.
When: 10 a.m. Thursday.
Where: The Buffalo Room, 10 Capen
Hall, on UB’s North Campus.
Who: The alumnus and UB officials including President
Satish […]

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Internationally acclaimed scholar, with over 400 publications and 40 patents, joins UB

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Thomas Thundat, an internationally
recognized expert on nanomechanical sensors, network of sensors and
quasi-wireless transmission of electricity, has joined the
University at Buffalo’s RENEW Institute and
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Thundat will serve as Professor of Empire Innovation in
RENEW— an interdisciplinary institute dedicated to research
and education on globally pressing problems in energy, environment
and water — and in the Department of […]

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Will Trump Twitter vent spur donations for Puerto Rico?

An article in USA Today about an increase in charitable
donations to Puerto Rico after President Trump targeted San Juan
Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz and other officials in a Twitter tirade
interviews David Schmid, associate professor of English, who said
it should come as no surprise if Trump’s outburst becomes a
new catalyst for giving. People “who have seen the horror in
Houston and Miami unfold, […]

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Young immigrants are rushing to renew paperwork before Trump kicks them out

An article on Vice about the Trump administration’s
announcement that DACA would end and that those eligible for the
program would need to renew their paperwork by Oct. 5 if they
wanted to keep their work permits interviews Nicole Hallett,
assistant clinical professor and director of UB’s Community
Justice Clinic, who said she has tried to be available to help DACA
recipients, but instead of helping […]

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Is Price departure good for health IT?

An article on Politico about the departure of Tom Price
as secretary of Health and Human Services and whether it will be
good for value-based care interviews Nancy Nielsen, senior
associate dean for health policy in the Jacobs School of Medicine
and Biomedical Sciences. “The move away from fee for service
is not going to go away,” she said. “The only question
is the speed at […]

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Media Advisory: “Building a Brighter Future for Buffalo: Academic Medical Centers and Why They Matter” is topic of keynote and panel

BUFFALO, N.Y. — What is an academic medical center and why
does it matter to Western New York? How will the new downtown home
of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the
University at Buffalo enhance patient care and quality of life in
the region?
These questions and others related to how academic medical
centers impact patient care, medical education, research and
economic development […]

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UB announces change to shuttle schedule

BUFFALO, N.Y. — University at Buffalo officials announced today
they are extending 24-hour shuttle service to Fridays and Saturdays
between South Campus and the Silverman Library on the North
Campus.
The service now will run every 30 minutes, seven days a week,
beginning Sept. 29, and will be used to transport students who need
to travel between campuses for work and study.  
This change, based on student […]

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UB moves up in Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The University at Buffalo is on the rise
in another set of college rankings.
UB tied for 117th overall among 1,000 ranked U.S. colleges and
universities — the highest rating of any State University of
New York (SUNY) institution — according to the 2018 Wall
Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings, unveiled
Sept. 27.
Data for the College Rankings, now in their second year, […]

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True crime meets ‘Law & Order’ to revisit U.S. Menendez murders

A Reuters article about, “Law Order True
Crime: The Menendez Murders,” an eight-part television series
on the 1989 murders by California’s Menendez brothers of
their wealthy parents, interviews David Schmid, associate professor
of English, who said few crimes rise to the iconic status that
makes them a long-term feature of popular culture.
“It’s a case that many people have identified as
exemplifying the ‘me’ decade of […]

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Facebook and Google could soon have to play by a new set of rules

An article on Yahoo Finance about how Facebook may have
facilitated Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election and new
regulations that may impact tech giants interviews Mark
Bartholomew, professor of law specializing in law and technology.
“It’s my own personal take that we’ve really seen
regulators kind of falling asleep at the switch when it comes time
to regulate these big online entities like Google and
Facebook,” […]

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Shadow banking and it impact on the global economy

CGTV News, a 24-hour English news channel based in
Beijing, conducted a live interview with Brian Wolfe, assistant
professor of finance in the UB School of Management, about shadow
banking, its impact on the global economy and whether it is helpful
or harmful. “Shadow banking is a really large part of the
U.S. economy at this stage, so if you take a look at the […]

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Media Advisory: UB kicks off celebration for 50 years of computer science

BUFFALO, N.Y. — From mainframes to smartphones, the
history of computing in Western New York will take center stage
this week at the University at Buffalo.
Starting tonight, alumni from around the world — including
graduates who work for Google, Microsoft, Bloomberg and other
household names — will return to Buffalo to celebrate the
Department of Computer Science and Engineering’s (CSE) 50th
anniversary.
News media are invited to […]

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New UB grant will help treat New Yorkers addicted to opioids

BUFFALO, N.Y. – The Research Institute on Addictions and
faculty from the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
will lead a University at Buffalo effort to combat the opioid
crisis in New York State.
Through a grant from the New York State Office of Alcoholism and
Substance Abuse Services (OASAS), RIA will coordinate a state-wide
program to train medical professionals in high-need regions in
medication-assisted treatment […]

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UB celebrates 50 years of computer science

BUFFALO, N.Y. — In 1967, most people knew nothing about
computers.
Not so at a small, rented office on Ridge Lea Road in Amherst,
where five University at Buffalo professors were creating one of
the nation’s first academic departments to study the emerging
field of computer science.
The professors — including founding chair Anthony Ralston
and Patricia James Eberlein, who often advocated for more women in
computer science […]

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UB’s award-winning GRoW Home is just about ready to settle in

This summer, students worked with UB faculty and major GRoW Home
donor LPCiminelli to prepare the foundation, which required moving
several feet of gravel, both with machinery and by hand.
This labor intensive process was important for the students to
experience, says Kenneth MacKay, clinical associate professor of
architecture, who is overseeing the reconstruction effort that
stays true to GRoW Home’s beginnings as a student-led,
design-build project.
“As […]

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In Mexico quake, geography and building codes played important roles

An article in The Wall Street Journal about the role
geography and building codes played in Tuesday’s deadly
earthquake in Mexico City quotes Andreas Stavridis, assistant
professor of civil, structural and environmental engineering, who
specializes in earthquake-resistant construction and discussed a
“reverse thrust” earthquake that occurred more than 30
years ago and was 30 times more powerful than Tuesday’s
quake. “What happened in Mexico in 1985 was […]

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Reclaiming Our Ancestors II: UB conference to focus on racial justice and public history

BUFFALO, N.Y. – A distinguished group of scholars,
filmmakers and artists will join many descendants of authors of
slave narratives at the University at Buffalo for three days of
community events, conversations and workshops on racial justice and
public history Oct. 19-21 at various locations on UB’s
campuses and throughout the Western New York area.
Reclaiming Our Ancestors II, organized by Kari Winter, a UB
professor of […]

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UB freshman enrollment tops 4,000 for first time in university’s history

BUFFALO, N.Y. – A new approach to student recruitment,
coupled with a brand strategy aimed at communicating the University
at Buffalo’s distinctiveness to a much wider audience, has
helped UB enroll another record-breaking freshman class this
fall.
UB enrolled 4,045 first-year students this fall, the largest
freshman class in the State University of New York (SUNY) system.
It also tops last year’s record-setting figure, which was
just shy […]

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Managing negative emotions can help pregnant smokers quit

BUFFALO, N.Y. – A new study by scientists in the
University at Buffalo’s Research Institute on Addictions has
shown that pregnant smokers are more likely to quit if they can
learn to manage negative emotions that lead to smoking.
Smoking during pregnancy is a matter of serious concern, says
Clara Bradizza, PhD, senior research scientist at RIA.
“It’s well-documented that smoking cigarettes while
pregnant leads to a […]

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Media Advisory: Malala Yousafzai to lead off 31st annual Distinguished Speakers Series at UB

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Human rights activist and Nobel Peace
Prize winner Malala Yousafzai will open the University at
Buffalo’s 2017-18 Distinguished Speakers Series at 7:30 p.m.
on Tuesday, Sept. 19, in Alumni Arena on the UB North Campus.
A champion since the age of 10 of the right for girls to receive
an education, Malala made headlines when she was shot by the
Taliban in 2012 […]

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Trump’s FEC nominee has questioned the value of disclosing political donors

An article in The Washington Post about James
“Trey” Trainor III, the conservative Texas lawyer
nominated by President Trump last week to serve on the Federal
Election Commission and who has challenged the disclosure of
political donors, interviews James Gardner, SUNY Distinguished
Professor and Bridget and Thomas Black Professor in the UB School
of Law. “The court has said repeatedly that disclosure of the
identity of donors […]

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Microbiome-inspired artwork brings ‘echoes of DNA’ to UB’s new medical school building

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Take the escalator from the train tracks
into Buffalo’s new Allen-Medical Metro Rail station and
you’ll see them as you ascend: gigantic appendages of
explosively bright color, like the limbs of some outsized metallic
cephalopod.
Together, the seven 17-foot metal strands make up “Gut
Flora,” the public art installation that has taken up
permanent residence in the station inside the Jacobs School of
Medicine and […]

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Science & Art Cabaret returns, featuring a conversation on the power of color

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A color blind painter and a physicist with
expertise on the “color force” that binds together
particles called quarks will be among the presenters at
Buffalo’s next Science Art Cabaret.
The theme of the Oct. 4 event — you guessed it
— is color.
Like past cabarets, this one will feature a series of
entertaining, intellectually provocative talks by artists and
scientists on a common topic.
The […]

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Even Liberals can be refugee NIMBYs

An article in The Atlantic’s City Lab about a new
study that finds that Americans are more likely to support refugee
resettlement nationally than in their own locales interviews Rick
Su, professor of law. The article notes that, by law, state and
local governments can’t refuse to accept refugees altogether.
But that doesn’t mean the president cannot find new, creative
ways to heed the requests of […]

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Roger Stone says there would be an ‘insurrection’ if Trump were impeached. Is he right?

An opinion piece in the Washington Post written by Jacob
Neiheisel, assistant professor of political science, and colleagues
reports on a recent poll they conducted about the reaction voters
would have if President Trump were impeached. “Perhaps the
most important message is that large segments of the citizenry
appear willing to invest significant resources to pursue or resist
the removal of Trump. People may not be […]

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Is the new iPhone designed for cybersafety?

An article in the Los Angeles Times by Arun Vishwanath,
associate professor of communication, about the release of the
latest installment of the new iPhone looks at the phone’s
features and how its development has made people less safe and
secure despite efforts to steadily strengthen the encryption of its
data. “Today, unsafe decisions are far easier to make on your
phone than on your computer. […]

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UB’s first annual Entrepreneurs Festival is Thursday in the Student Union

BUFFALO, N.Y. — For anyone considering starting a
business, the University at Buffalo has numerous programs to
assist, including Blackstone LaunchPad at UB, which offers
coaching, mentoring and other hands-on methods to help UB community
members bring their ideas to market.
On Thursday, the LaunchPad is hosting UB’s inaugural
Entrepreneurs Festival, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Student
Union.
The event will feature demos of startups […]

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Cigarettes could become less addictive thanks to the FDA

An article on Huffington Post about the impact that
removing nicotine from cigarettes would have on smoking rates
interviews Lynn Kozlowski, professor of community health and health
behavior in the UB School of Public Health and Health Professions.
“We need to have more experience in the marketplace with
optional trace-nicotine cigarettes before ever making a decision to
require that they be the only legal cigarette. When […]

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Newsworthy?

Inside Higher Ed reviewed “Newsworthy: The Supreme
Court Battle Over Privacy and Press Freedom,” a book by UB
law professor Samantha Barbas on the changing views toward privacy
by the American public and media.
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Antidepressants found in the Great Lakes and fish

Forbes, USA Today, the Toronto Sun, Forbes
and the New York Daily News were among national and
international news outlets that covered chemistry professor Diana
Aga’s new research, which describes how antidepressants are
building up in the brains of fish in the Niagara River. USA Today
reported that while the concentrations likely are not harmful to
humans eating the fish, they are problematic for wildlife: “It […]

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Where is the app for escaping a hurricane?

An article in The Atlantic’s City Lab about the
countless Floridians who took to local rideshare boards in search
of an escape from Hurricane Irma and the need for an app that can
match drivers with passengers interviews Daniel Hess, UB professor
of urban planning who studies volunteer-led evacuation efforts in
the face of disaster. “Surely we can do a better job of
coordinating people who […]

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How we can fix Facebook before the 2020 election

An article on Fortune by Mark Bartholomew,
professor of law and the author of “Adcreep: The Case Against
Modern Marketing,” looks at Russian hackers who orchestrated
the campaign to influence American voters in the 2016 presidential
election by purchasing ads designed to highlight voter attention to
wedge social issues such as immigration, race, and LGBTQ rights,
and efforts by Facebook to deploy technological solutions to the
problem. […]

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Two hurricanes in two weeks bring two very different reactions

An article in The New York Times about Hurricanes Harvey
and Irma and the psychology of evacuations interviews Natalie
Simpson, associate professor of operations management in the UB
School of Management. “The danger is being blown away, the
danger is being cut in half by flying debris that’s going 175
miles per hour,” she said. “Flooding is very, very
dangerous, but you can scramble for higher […]

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Hurricane Irma’s storm surge, wind could damage vulnerable Florida bridges

This A USA Today story carried in numerous newspapers
nationwide about potential damage from Hurricane Irma notes a 2007
study by then-UB engineering professor Gilberto Mosqueda who said a
lesson learned from Hurricane Katrina is that bridges “account for
gravity. They’re not designed to resist an uplift
force.” Forecasters have predicted storm surges to reach 20
feet, approaching the height of those in Hurricane Katrina, and
long stretches […]

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Tripathi releases statement regarding criminal charges filed against two former employees

BUFFALO, N.Y. — University at Buffalo President Satish K.
Tripathi released a statement today that a former UB employee has
pleaded guilty to a felony charge of grand larceny and another
former UB employee has pleaded guilty to a felony charge of grand
larceny and an additional felony charge of offering a false
instrument for filing.     
The statement was shared in an email to all […]

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Filmmaker to produce new documentary on Buffalo architecture as part of UB’s Creative Arts Initiative

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Rima Yamazaki,
an independent documentary filmmaker specializing in contemporary
art and architecture, will be in residence at the University at
Buffalo Sept. 1 to Oct. 31 as part of the university’s Creative Arts Initiative
(CAI), producing a new documentary on Buffalo architecture.
Yamazaki’s residency is part of the program’s
ambitious and multidimensional schedule for 2017-18 that opened in
April with New York City-based composer […]

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UB Dental to offer week of free services to veterans in Mayville

BUFFALO, N.Y. – The University at Buffalo School of Dental
Medicine will provide one week of free dental care to veterans in
the Southern Tier through the Dentistry Smiles on Veterans
program.
In honor of the sacrifices made by servicemen and women to the
country, the UB S-Miles to Go Dental Van will travel to Mayville,
New York, to offer dental exams, cleanings, fillings and
extractions at […]

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