Latest University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Stories
By Jay Rey Colleges back for the fall semester find themselves at the peak of an enrollment boom. A record number of students graduated from U.S. high schools this year, giving colleges the pleasure of picking from a deep pool of incoming freshmen.
By Stephen T. Watson The University at Buffalo's research effort into a new technology that would let a user manipulate objects on a computer screen through hand gestures has won a competitive grant from Hewlett- Packard Co.
By Melissa Repko After living his own American Dream, businessman Laszalo Meszaros decided the best way to spend retirement was to give back. Meszaros, who sold his company Voice Technologies Group of Amherst to Intel Corp.
By Henry L. Davis, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Jul. 22--New York State's grand experiment to close, merge and restructure hospitals is over.
By Peter Simon, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Jul. 18--Summer school is growing so dramatically in Buffalo that it's now considered a regular part of an expanding school year and a key element in efforts to boost student achievement and graduation rates. And if Superintendent James A.
By The Buffalo News, N.Y. Jul. 6--Dr. Teresa Quattrin, a University at Buffalo pediatrics professor, is principal investigator on a new study funded by a $2.58 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.
By Robert J. McCarthy, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Jul. 1--The state signed on Monday as an enthusiastic supporter of the plan to combine Kaleida Health and Erie County Medical Center under one administration, with Dr. Richard F. Daines, state health commissioner, the top cheerleader.
By Melissa Repko As part of the University at Buffalo's goal of maintaining its stronghold in the rapidly changing health sciences, the school will soon open a multimillion-dollar medical simulation center that it hopes will spur another one downtown.
By Jay Rey The Bar Association of Erie County has issued a statement opposing any new law schools in New York State.