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Chemical and biological PhD student and Panasci TEC winner Ogechi Ogoke recieved first place in the school's annual graduate student poster competition.

A story on Buffalo Rising reports three UB students – Abdul Hassaballah, Anish Ajay Kirtane and Olivia Burgner – received first place in UB’s World’s Challenge Challenge for their creation of the Numu burger made of meal worms.
"We have a growing gap between scientists and policy-makers," says Ramla K. Qureshi, a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, "there needs to be frequent conversation letting them know why our research is important, and why it needs their continuous support."

Assistant Professor Teng Wu was interviewed in a recent edition of the Structural Engineering International Journal.

“For every 100 beef burgers we eat, that’s around 750 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions, and that’s a conservative estimate,” says Abdulrahman Hassaballah, a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, “for every 100 insect burgers, that number is 10 pounds.”

Director France Córdova briefed a UB audience on the new Convergence Accelerator in a Critical Conversations keynote address.

A front-page column in the Buffalo News featured alumnus Stephen Still (BS civil '76) who described how his transformational experiences as a UB undergraduate set him on a path toward a graduate degree at Princeton University and a successful management career in fleet and network planning for major airlines.
An environmental engineering PhD, and two civil PhD students earned the top three spots at the 2019 Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Department’s Poster Competition.

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