MAE has 2 printing/copy locations: 211 Bell Hall & 331 Jarvis Hall.
Please note that no peronsal mail can be sent or delivered to UB. The mailroom [211 Bell] is swipe card access. If you would like to send mail, you can contact Delia or the Department GA for postage.
Through Concur, you will have the ability to submit your own travel receipts for reimbursement.
Getting Started Guide for Concur Travelers and Non-Travelers
As a traveler or non-traveler in Concur, use this guide to learn about your role and how to get started using the system.
Travelers in Concur: As a traveler, you can use Concur to request and book your business travel arrangements and will use it to submit your business travel expenses for reimbursement.
Non-Travelers in Concur: As a non-traveler, you will use Concur to submit your business non-travel expenses for reimbursement.
Please reserve a few minutes to complete the following. When finished, you may begin using Concur.
1. Watch the Concur Training Video
2. Log in to Concur to Complete Your Profile
3. Learn About Your Role in Concur
4. Access Concur Training Resources
5. Contact for Concur Training, Help and Support
Andrew Fogelsonger and Marge Hewlett take care of department purchases. Most research or startup purchases can be routed through Marge; Andrew can help with IFR or startup purchases. If you have questions or need guidance on how to acquire something to set up your lab or research endeavors feel free to reach out to either Marge or Andrew for clarification. General purchasing guidelines can be found on the Procurement website:
Each tenure and promotion case is evaluated individually within the context, constraints, and circumstances of the faculty member under consideration. Note that it is possible to stop your tenure clock under certain conditions.
Sabbaticals can be requested for one semester at full pay or two semesters at half pay. Faculty members requesting sabbatical must have completed 12 semesters of consecutive full-time service to be eligible.
Completed forms should be submitted to the Department Chair for initial review.
SEAS uses a 2-tier advising structure:
In addition, Teaching Professors serve as MAE Faculty Mentors who assist students with questions related to career goals, research and graduate school.
Each student is assigned a preliminary advisor upon admission who will help the student decide in which courses to enroll the first year. Preliminary advisors are members of the Graduate Studies Committee. During the first semester, students will meet with MAE department faculty to find a common research area or interest and identify an academic advisor.
To recruit graduate students, contact the Graduate Studies Director for recent applications via UBbox.
The MAE Website is managed by Andrew Fogelsonger.
You will work with Andrew to add/modify content to your MAE Faculty Profile located on the MAE Website. We follow specific branding standards regarding information and layout.
Personal or Lab Websites
If you decide to have your own personal and/or lab website, you will be responsible for creating and managing this. UBIT offers suggestions and basic guidance on this.
MAE: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
SEAS: School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
ATC: Assistant to the Chair
SENS: Science and Engineering Node Services
UBIT: University at Buffalo Information Technology
HUB: UB’s Student Information System (PeopleSoft)
SIRI: Strategic Information Reporting Initiative (Data Reporting)
UGSC: Undergraduate Studies Committee
GSC: Graduate Studies Committee
SPS: Sponsored Projects Services
IFR: Income Fund Reimbursable
CURCA: Center for Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities
RF: Research Foundation
IDI: Interdepartmental Invoice
EPTF: Electronic Personnel Transaction
EREQ: Electronic Requisition