Enhancing Your Undergraduate Experience

Many of our undergraduates look beyond the classroom to enchance their academic experience. They obtain real-world experience through internships and other experiential learning opportunities. Many also participate in engineering clubs, take classes abroad and get involved in undergraduate research.

Participating in one of UB's engineering clubs is a great way to enrich your academic experience. Learn more about clubs that are popular among CSEE students.
Engineering today is a global profession. Participating in a study abroad experience, whether over the summer or for a longer period, will allow you to see the world from an entirely new perspective and help you develop new skills, independence and self-confidence.
Undergraduate students in civil engineering and environmental engineering can gain research experience under the mentorship of our faculty members.
Career development programs and resources to ensure you are workforce-ready upon graduation.
The goal of experiential learning is to offer students a greater understanding of their options as they decide on their post-UB careers, and increase their preparedness for entering the engineering profession.
Internships give students an opportunity to experience the business side of engineering before beginning their careers.
UB Career Services' career planning experts help students prepare for their careers. The office will review resumés and cover letters, conduct practice interviews and help students connect with alumni and employers.

Experiential Learning with the Weber Family Fund

ASCE Steel Bridge team practing.
Costa Rica banana farm.

The Scott and Jo Ann Weber Family Fund supports undergraduate students with access to conferences, group field trips, study abroad, and other experiential learning opportunities.

Fill out the form below to request support from the Weber Fund.

Weber Fund Request Form