Engineers Week brings engineering at UB into the spotlight for a week in February, where students can see what's going on in the engineering school. The week features a series of engineering and science-themed competitions and events.
The event is hosted by UB’s student engineering clubs, and programs are held to promote interaction among participating clubs and the campus.
Each club organizes at least one event, with some hosting two. Clubs earn points by hosting competitions, taking part in other club’s events and for placing either first, second or third in contests.
The four groups with the highest total of points at the end of the week are awarded funds for their club budgets.
Engineers Week is sponsored by the School of Engineering and
Applied Sciences' Engineering Partners and the UB Student
The Engineering and Applied Sciences Alumni Association is hosting the annual Engineer’s Day at UB Basketball. The event features a pizza party for alumni and students. The schedule is as follows:
1 pm Women’s Tipoff vs
3:30 pm Men’s Tipoff vs Miami (OH)
Pizza party on the arena floor between games, approx. 2:30 pm
The Engineer of the Year award, presented annually by the Engineering and Applied Sciences Alumni Association, goes to a School of Engineering and Applied Sciences alumnus or closely affiliated person with distinguishing activities in alumni, community, business and/or professional affairs. It is the highest award given by the Engineering Alumni Association.
The Order of the Engineer is a fellowship of engineers that emphasizes pride and responsibility in the engineering profession. Senior engineering students take an “Obligation of the Engineer” oath together, and receive a ceremonial ring.
Students planning to participate must register in 410 Bonner by Tuesday, February 14, 2017.
SEAS alumni with engineering degrees can also take the order. Contact Christine Human for more information or to register.
Visit the DiscoverE website (formerly the National Engineers Week Foundation).