Research Centers, Institutes and Labs

Through UB’s dedicated research facilities and resources, we are focused on solving some of education’s most complex challenges, and providing opportunities for all. Here, you will find multidisciplinary teams working together in pursuit of extraordinary results.

The Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention will reduce bullying abuse in schools and in the community by contributing knowledge and providing evidence-based tools to effectively change the language, attitudes and behaviors of educators, parents, students and society.
The English Language Institute, founded in 1971 and a unit of the Graduate School of Education of the University at Buffalo (UB), offers English language instruction, cultural orientation and pre-academic training to international students, scholars and professionals on an intensive and per-course basis.
The Early Childhood Research Center conducts cutting edge research exploring the development of cognition, language, social/emotional connections, physical skills, and perception in the first few years of life.
The mission of GMP is to challenge able students in the same way that standard school curricula challenge average and above average students. The emphasis is not on the development of professional mathematicians, but rather on providing strong mathematical background for students who may pursue future university work in mathematics, other sciences, or the humanities.