Undergraduate Student Ambassadors

SEAS undergraduate student ambassadors

About the Ambassadors

The SEAS Undergraduate Student Ambassadors are a diverse group of students from different departments who are enthusiastic about UB and want to share their experiences and all that the university has to offer with prospective students.

The ambassadors volunteer their time at Open House, Discovery Day, Friday Engineering Tours, and other events. 

Have the Ambassadors at Your Next Event

Need help with your next event? Faculty and staff in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in need of student volunteers for an outreach or recruitment event may request the help of the SEAS Undergraduate Student Ambassadors. Contact Dan LaRosa to make arrangements.

Meet the Ambassadors

  • 3/2/18
    "I enjoy the countless opportunities that are available to students at UB."
  • 3/2/18
    "A large university may seem overwhelming, but the electrical engineering department makes it easy to find your niche."
  • 3/2/18
    "I have taken advantage of the many opportunities here and have had the chance to engage in academic and social clubs as well as undergraduate research."
  • 3/2/18
    "The faculty members are pretty friendly and always open to suggestions from students."
  • 3/2/18
    "Everyone here—students, faculty and staff—all want to see each other succeed."
  • 3/2/18
    "Engineering is as much about teamwork and coordination as it is about problem solving, and as such I have gotten to know some great people."
  • 3/2/18
    "There is a lot of focus on hands-on learning and several opportunities to leverage knowledge gained outside the classroom in real-world settings."
  • 3/2/18
    "What I like most about UB are the friends that support you and the people that you meet within the community."
  • 3/2/18
    "Engineering at UB gives you the opportunity to be involved in interdisciplinary research and at the same time focus on your specific area of interest."
  • 3/2/18
    "College can be challenging but you are not going through it alone. UB has amazing professors dedicated to helping their students succeed."
  • 3/2/18
    "What I like most about UB SEAS is the EAS program for first year engineering students and the fact that the faculty and staff here are working on real world, tangible problems that you can help with."
  • 3/2/18
    "The SEAS freshman seminar classes introduce students to real life problems that are tackled by engineers."
  • 3/2/18
    "SEAS is an amazing community here at UB with a ton of opportunities to get involved. Clubs, diverse classes, research opportunities have allowed me to follow my interest and place in engineering."
  • 3/2/18
    "From the first day of freshman year, you are given a sense of belonging."
  • 3/2/18
    "UB is big with many opportunities available to students, but at the same time, my majors feel small enough that I feel comfortable talking to my professors."
  • 3/2/18
    "Whether you are interested in simulations or machining projects, a group or club exists."
  • 3/2/18
    "I enjoy the vast amount of diversity UB offers."
  • 3/2/18
    "Being at a research institution gave me to opportunity to work with faculty and graduate students that I wouldn't have had at other schools."
  • 3/2/18
    "The professors, students, advisors, and staff here are very friendly, and are always looking to help you out."
  • 3/2/18
    "There are simply so many ways to get involved both inside and outside of engineering."