UB DivTech 2019-2020 club officer elections, April 2019. Back row, left to right: Lawreen Latif, Harshita Girase. Middle row, left to right: Shreya Parashare, Urjitha Muthiah, Heeba Kariapper. Front row, left to right: Tim Kiernan, Tanvie Kirane, Tanisha Debasish, Malika Kodial, Lisa Kanbur.
Tristan Wiley (CS BS candidate) and Richard Hanulewicz (CS BS '19) promote UB ACM at the CSE 50th Anniversary Undergraduate Poster Competition in Davis Hall.
American Association of University Women (AAUW) Tech Savvy 12, March 18, 2017. Valencia Kaplinsky (CS BS '18), Wendy Shi (CS BA, CS BS '18), Heeba Kariapper (CS BA candidate), Chinmayee Rane (CS BA, MTH BA candidate), Harshita Girase (CS BS candidate), Sravanika Doddi (CS BS/MS candidate), Dr. Jenn Winikus, Kun Woo Cho (CEN BS '18), Lawreen Latif (CS BS candidate), and Prasanna Ethiraj (CS BS/MS '18).
UB Hacking '15, November 14, 2015. Meg Arnold (CS BS/MTH BS '17), Josh Bueno (CS BS '16), Alex Rookey (CS BS '16), and AJ Stohr (CS BS '16). Photo credit: Ken Smith
We strongly encourage you to join one or more professional and student organizations. These groups are supportive, collegial, and purpose-driven. They're ideal environments to find new friends and build your professional network.
Once you've found a club that you like, consider running for office to become a club leader. The leadership skills that you'll gain will look great on your resume, impress your future employers, and translate to lifelong career success.