Diversity and Outreach News


The fellowships — which provide students freedom and funding — are one of the most competitive for graduate students in the U.S.


“The quality of the education you get is in your hands,” Jahmil Campbell (BS ‘07, MS ‘10 electrical engineering) regularly tells students, whether it’s in groups or one-on-one. “People are invested in you and want you to succeed, but it’s up to you to plot your own adventure.”


The popular event is one of dozens highlighting the variety of UB’s student engineering clubs.


At She Started IT on March 7, participants will meet with women who are entrepreneurs and professionals in the tech sector.


Supported by a $1 million National Science Foundation grant, the system will spur research and economic development in electronics, quantum computing and more.