2/8/19
Established in 2012 by Mr. John R. Davis, Jr., BS ’55, and Mrs. Barbara J. Davis. Must be an incoming freshman or current undergraduate, and an accepted engineering major. Must also be a U.S. citizen and from one of the following counties in New York State: Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Ontario, Orleans, Wayne or Wyoming. Must complete the FAFSA and have financial need.
2/8/19
This scholarship is aimed at students who have completed an internship and is intended to provide support to help students achieve their academic and professional goals.
2/8/19
The Felix Smist Scholarship was established in 2005 by James (Jim) and his wife Mary to honor Jim’s late father, Felix Smist. Felix Smist persevered to complete his mechanical engineering BS in 1965 from UB, after 16 years of part-time study. During this time, he worked full-time and raised a family.It is the donors intention to offer one new scholarship each year.
2/8/19
The George F. Schenk Scholarship was established in 2004 by the estate of Margaret T. Schenk, BA '40, BA '41 in honor of her husband, George F. Schenk, a local inventor.  The fund provides scholarships to students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), with awards restricted to high school students from the eight counties of Western New York.
2/8/19
Established in 2011 by the last will and testament of George H. Norton, BS ’48. Must be pursuing a degree in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
Established in 2014 by SUNY Distinguished Professor Dr. George C. Lee and his son, Dr. Kelvin H. Lee, in memory of Grace Lee. Must be a junior majoring in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences who has completed at least one semester in the program. Must demonstrate academic excellence by being in the top quartile of students in their class based on GPA. Must be eligible for New York State tuition and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Must complete the FAFSA and have financial need.
2/8/19
Established in 1986 by Mrs. Marcia Jarvis and Moog Controls, Inc., in memory of Gregory B. Jarvis. Must be a newly admitted or continuing undergraduate and an accepted major in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/9/18
This award is to recognize an outstanding student in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences who has demonstrated excellence in academic coursework and extracurricular activities.
2/8/19
This scholarship is intended to attract exceptional high school students accepted into the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
This award supports deserving students by defraying the cost of books.
2/8/19
This scholarship supports a Buffalo City high school student with a high GPA and SAT score and with financial need.
2/8/19
This scholarship supports deserving engineering students in terms of both their quality and need, by helping to pay their tuition. Preference is given to students from outside the WNY region.
2/8/19
This award supports deserving students by defraying the cost of books.
2/8/19
This scholarship recognizes a deserving student in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
This scholarship provides support for a student in the school of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
This scholarship is aimed at enhancing educational opportunities for students from Kenmore West High School pursuing an education in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
3/19/18
This award is intended to recognize exceptional undergraduate students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/9/18
This award is intended to recognize exceptional undergraduate students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
This scholarship is to support students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences who are leaders in their club/organization and who are contributing significantly to the mission of the club/organization and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/9/18
This scholarship is to support undergraduate students working on projects/research over the summer. Students must be working with a faculty member and willing to supervise a local high school student.
2/8/19
This award provides support for annual prizes for the one or two best papers on the subject of "Materials Handling" at the University at Buffalo.
2/8/19
This scholarship supports a student entering their junior year of study in Civil, Environmental, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering with preference given to a student from an underrepresented population with demonstrated financial need.
2/8/19
Established in 1985 by Urvashi Sangal to provide an annual award in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Must be an accepted major who exhibits academic excellence and actively participates in the Buffalo Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
2/8/19
Established in 2014 by Jonathan Matthew Bearfield, BS ’92. Must be majoring in electrical engineering. Preference to members of Alpha Phi Omega and students who have served in the U.S. military.
2/8/19
Established in 2002 by Theodore J. Moran in order to honor the memory of his wife, Beth Cheshire Moran. Must be an undergraduate majoring in computer science or computer engineering in good academic standing. Preference to a student of strong personal character who is currently facing some adversity in life, has overcome hardships in the past.
2/8/19
Established in 2000 by Joe Y. Chuang.  Must be an undergraduate and an accepted major in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in good academic standing. Must demonstrate financial need; domestic students complete the FAFSA and international students submit a financial need statement in the general application.
2/8/19
Established by Cobham Mission Systems of Orchard Park, NY. Must be a junior in electrical, mechanical, or aerospace engineering with a minimum GPA of 3.2 and demonstrated leadership qualities; must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Must successfully complete paid internship at Cobham between junior and senior year to receive scholarship for senior year.
2/8/19
Established in 1959 by the Buffalo Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Buffalo Chapter of the Society of American Military Engineers. Must be an undergraduate civil engineering major.
2/8/19
Established in 2000 by Joe Y. Chuang.  Must be an undergraduate and an accepted major in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in good academic standing. Must demonstrate financial need; domestic students complete the FAFSA and international students submit a financial need statement in the general application.
2/8/19
To provide scholarships for deserving undergraduate and graduate students accepted into a major in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
Established in 1982 by Mrs. Patricia T. Thomas. Must be an industrial engineering major in good academic standing.
2/8/19
Gina Bronkie Hammond established this fund in 2013. Must be admitted into a major in the computer science and engineering department. Preference to female students.
2/8/19
Established by Grete M. Zimmer to support undergraduate majors in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
2/8/19
Established in 1965 by Frieda Waugh. Must be a worthy student pursuing a major in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and be a resident of Erie County. Must complete the FAFSA, have financial need and be in good academic standing.
2/8/19
Established in 2014 by Joseph M. and Kathleen A. Bracci to provide financial support to undergraduate students to conduct research in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering. Preference to students majoring in civil engineering with an emphasis on structural engineering. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
2/8/19
Established in 2001 by Robert F. Hanley, in order to recognize the two professors who were instrumental in helping him complete his degree in Industrial Engineering, Dr. Warren H. Thomas and Dr. Mark H. Karwan. Must be an incoming or continuing undergraduate majoring in Industrial Engineering, with preference to those students with military experience, and working their way through school, especially if a leave of absence is taken to earn money for college.
2/8/19
Established in 2000 by Lawrence C. and Renata C. Gentile, in honor of Lawrence’s family. Must be an undergraduate student majoring in engineering in good academic standing. Must demonstrate financial need; domestic students complete the FAFSA and international students submit a financial need statement in the general application. Preference to students whose studies are related to concrete structures.
2/8/19
Established in 2002 by Richard E. Garman. Must be an undergraduate major in civil, structural or environmental engineering in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Must demonstrate financial need; domestic students complete the FAFSA and international students submit a financial need statement in the general application and be in good academic standing.
2/8/19
This scholarship provides support for a student in the school of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
This scholarship is to support students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences who are leaders in their club/organization and who are contributing significantly to the mission of the club/organization and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
This scholarship is to support students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences who are leaders in their club/organization and who are contributing significantly to the mission of the club/organization and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
This scholarship provides support for a student in the school of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
This scholarship is aimed at students who have completed an internship and is intended to provide support to help students achieve their academic and professional goals.
2/8/19
Established in 2011 by Lisa R. Shames and Bruce Shames in honor of their father, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor Irving H. Shames. Must demonstrate excellence in the study of statics which was taught by the late Professor Shames. Must demonstrate financial need; domestic students complete the FAFSA and international students submit a financial need statement in the general application. Recipient must be nominated by faculty teaching EAS 207.
2/8/19
This scholarship recognizes a deserving student in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/8/19
This scholarship is aimed at students who have completed an internship and is intended to provide support to help students achieve their academic and professional goals.
2/8/19
This scholarship supports a student entering their junior year of study in Civil, Environmental, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering with preference given to a student from an underrepresented population with demonstrated financial need.