The Center for Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (CURCA) serves as a hub for undergraduate students interested in finding challenging research and creative opportunities that match their academic interests and career goals.
Join the CURCA listserv to learn more about upcoming events, workshops, and deadlines.
The Cora P. Maloney College focuses on enhancing the University at Buffalo experience through a range of educational issues including: academic achievement and enhancement, social justice and cross cultural awareness. CPMC fosters the interconnectivity between UB students and their living and learning community, providing for a transformative undergraduate experience that supports growth in Buffalo and Western New York.
Of particular interest are the Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Support Programs (UB-STEM) programs, that seek to increase the number of underrepresented students pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. If you qualify to participate, these programs provide services to improve your academic performance, retention, graduation and graduate school acceptance rates.
Find out more about opportunities via the UB STEM
blog offers students information about various STEM
opportunities, from scholarships and fellowships to internships and
graduate school information.
The Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Program (ISEP) is a coalition of partners in Western New York that aims to transform how science is taught in the Buffalo Public Schools. ISEP focuses on the middle school experiences of students in science and engineering, as they transition to high school. The project uses an innovative approach to teacher professional development among high-needs urban schools (including “feeder” middle schools and their corresponding high schools).
The Institute for Strategic Enghancement of Educational Diversity (iSEED) promotes a culturally and academically inclusive community of students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty and staff. A university-wide institute at UB, the iSEED strives to build a culturally and intellectually diverse and academically inclusive community of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty and staff.
UB Women in STEM is a grassroots coalition of allies from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Undergraduate Academies, UB STEM, Academic Affairs, Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership, Institute for Research and Education on Women and Gender, Intercultural and Diversity Center, Office of Student Engagement, Computing and Information Technology, and the Professional Staff Senate dedicated to advancing women in STEM.
Find out more about UB Women in STEM here.
Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) is a special initiative of UB's College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences that provides support and extra-curricular opportunities geared toward female students in the STEM fields. The goal is to increase the recruitment, retention and success of women in the sciences, math and engineering.
of some of our female faculty in the School of Engineering and