Learn more about the Western New York Prosperity Fellowship Program during one of their upcoming information sessions. The program is open to all UB undergraduate majors and select graduate programs. Seeking students with an entrepreneurial drive who want to make a difference in Western New York! | f9f.us/180401-blp-wnyp-fellowship
K-12 students are invited to CSE Kids' Day, a night of fun activities and demos hosted by the University at Buffalo's Department of Computer Science and Engineering on Friday, December 8th in Davis Hall, UB North Campus. Learn more and RSVP at https://www.cse.buffalo.edu/ubcseweek/ #UBuffalo
Students from our IISE chapter took time away from classes to work with GObike Buffalo on upgrading some crosswalks in the city.
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Interested in cybersecurity? Have lunch with WiSE at UB and UB alumna Naniette Coleman from UC Berkeley's Center for Long-term Cybersecurity & the Center for Technology, Society, and Policy on Wed., Nov. 15th at Noon in 830 Clemens Hall
Stop by the 15th Annual World View: Study Abroad Exhibition and cast your vote for your favorite photo for the People’s Choice Award. The event showcases photos taken by study abroad participants and is part of International Education Week. It will be held on Thursday, November 16 in the Student Union Flag Room from 11am-2pm.
Interested in SQL? If so, check out today's lunchtime seminar, brought to you by informs.
Here is another great opportunity. In response to the overwhelming interest to our first workshop, we're hosting a second seminar to cover the rest of the train...ing. It's this Monday, Nov 13, at 12 PM at 427 Bell Hall.
The one FAQ:
What if I didn't attend part 1? Will I still be able to catch up?
- OF COURSE! And to make it easier for you, we've recorded part 1 here
So you can go through that and viola, you'll be all set to attend part 2!
Want to know more about our Electronics Tinkering Lab and Design Studio? Stop by our Open House this Thursday, November 16, from 3-6 pm to learn more about opportunities to strengthen technical and problem solving skills through fabrication and electronics tinkering, reverse engineering, ideation, and product modification. No RSVP needed. Refreshments will be provided.
SUNY Distinguished Professor Esther Takeuchi, best known for developing the battery that powers implantable defibrillators, will deliver the next RENEW lecture on energy storage Thursday, Nov. 16 | http://www.buffalo.edu/…/20…/11/takeuchi-renew-lecture.html…
Fourteen faculty from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are among those who were honored for notable achievement, service and teaching at UB's 2017 Celebration of Faculty and Staff Academic Excellence. Click below to learn more!
University at Buffalo Biomedical Engineering Society is hosting an Autodesk Fusion 360 Workshop. All experience levels are encouraged to attend, especially those that are interested in learning more about design and 3D modeling.
The workshop is open to all engineering clubs and students! If you plan to attend fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/…/1WYK8_jZ4BsUdMLPNQvtsLT0IQB…/edit…
Please consider join the Women in STEM Collaborative on Thursday, Nov 9 from noon – 1 p.m. in the Student Union Landmark room (SU 210) for “STEM for Everyone: S...tories from Students”.
UB Undergraduate and Graduate students will provide 5-minute presentations about STEM topics in language that is easily understandable by the general public. Lunch will be provided.
For more information and to register to attend (not required, but preferred), please visit: www.eng.buffalo.edu/womeninstem
Looking forward to seeing you on November 9th!
Want to help children discover the fun in science, math and engineering? Consider becoming a volunteer for Science is Elementary! Volunteers will attend a brief training on Nov. 14 or 15 and then conduct experiments at Westminster Community Charter School on Nov. 16. Contact Steve Pilat, email@example.com, to participate.
Curious about working in a theme park and learning about the engineering that takes place there? UB Theme Park Engineering Club will be hosting a Disney College Program Info Session on Friday, November 10 at 6:00 p.m. at South Lake Community Room, North Campus.
Hear from past participants of the Disney College Program at Walt Disney World in Florida and stay for a movie night! Pizza and pop will be served!
How do you build a diverse and inclusive organization? See Krishna Rajan, chair of #UBuffalo's Department of Materials Design and Innovation: http://engineering.buffalo.edu/…/rajan-mdi-diversity.detail…
Thinking about graduate school? Get all the details on MS/PhD programs and admissions at the UB SEAS Graduate School info session on Nov. 7 at 3:30 p.m. in 101 Davis Hall. Attendees will also enjoy light refreshments and have a chance to win giveaways! Register now at https://ub-gradeng.formstack.com/…/fall2017informationsessi…