News Releases

6/17/19

Researchers cite Big Tobacco's marketing stronghold on African American smokers among reasons why this group is 12% less likely to quit.

6/14/19

Researchers in the University at Buffalo School of Management have developed a solution to manage cloud computing resources more cost-effectively.

6/13/19

Improving our understanding of adolescent substance use will help physicians better address the health needs and risk factors in this vulnerable population.

6/13/19
BUFFALO, N.Y. – People faced with more options than they can effectively consider want to make a good decision, but feel they’re unable to do so, according to the results of a novel study from the University at Buffalo that used cardiovascular measures and fictional dating profiles to reach its conclusions.

  

Faculty Experts

11/14/18

Christine P. Bartholomew

Associate Professor of Law

Expertise: class actions, antitrust law, consumer protection, clergy abuse, clergy privilege

Phone: 716-645-7399

Email: cpb6@www.chuanhutai.com

12/6/16

Paul Tesluk

Dean and Professor of the School of Management

Expertise: team design and organizational effectiveness, leadership development, organizational change and innovation

Contact: Paul Tesluk can be reached most quickly through Jackie Ghosen in the School of Management Communications Office at 716-645-2833 or mgt-pr@www.chuanhutai.com.

  

UB in the News

6/4/19

An article in Good Housekeeping about foster care and what prospective foster parents need to know interviews Annette Semanchin Jones, who said that in the U.S., foster care is overseen by state child welfare agencies and children enter the system when a reports of possible abuse or neglect is received.

5/29/19

An article in Art Daily interviews exhibition curator Jonathan Katz about an exhibit in Chicago’s Wrightwood 659 of “About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art,” which remembers the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion.

5/26/19

The Canadian Broadcasting Company radio show Spark interviewed Nicholas Rajkovich about how his students built “laufmaschines,” which were an early version of the bicycle. The laufmachines were created in 1815 as a response to climate change and the need for less reliance on horses.

5/23/19

An article on Medium about a feminist Muslim woman and the difficulties she had looking for a suitable job that didn’t have a problem with her hijab reports a study by Emily Grijalva showed that a gender gap in leadership still persists.

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