Find the tools, templates and collateral resources you need to get our messages across.
Presenting research findings at an academic meeting? Use UB-branded templates to create your poster. Print and digital templates are available in various sizes via the link below.
For best results, print your research poster through University Print Services. This is UB's preferred, on-campus vendor with lower costs than outside vendors and an experienced staff to help you.
Streamline your presentation slideshow—and keep it consistent with the UB brand guidelines—by using our PowerPoint templates.
A short slideshow that highlights the values stated in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences' Strategic Plan
Welcome to SEAS
A large collection of photos of students and spaces in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
A summary of what Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) provides for women in STEM fields at UB. Features two WiSE student testimonials.
Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics Boilerplate
Information about the institute along with slides highlighting current research projects and their impact on society.
For SEAS websites in the UB CMS, templates are available to assist you in publicizing various events, programs, initiatives and conferences. If you would like to take advantage of any of these templates, email us at email@example.com and specify which template you would like to use on your website.
Email campaigns are an effective way to promote your department. These resources will help you connect your message to the UB and SEAS brand identities.
For university branded email templates and formatting information, visit the UB Identity and Brand website. For SEAS-specific email headers and footers, the following resources are available.
University stationery is a tangible expression of our brand identity. These standardized designs ensure consistency and impact in our print communications. Stationary items include business cards, letterhead, envelopes and memo pads.
The front of the business card is limited to official university sponored/provided references, such as name, title, office location, phone, email address, and department or school website.
The back of the card can be used to present additional information, such as social media handles, but must be approved by the SEAS Communications office prior to submitting to the UB Print Shop.
To order SEAS business cards with the “Here is How We Make the Future” slogan and graphic on the back side of the card, visit the UB Stationary System Page and follow these steps:
Step 1: Place a standard business card order, specifying double sided with the crest on the back (to ensure the pricing is correct)
Step 2: Immediately after placing the order, respond to the confirmation email saying you wish to have the Engineering “Here” back in landscape format
Step 3: The University Print Shop will respond to confirm that they will be printed as specified
To order SEAS letterhead, visit the UB Stationary System Page and follow these steps:
Step 1: Fill in your contact information
Step 2: Under “Letterhead Order”, “Choose Letterhead Style”, select Unit (Brand Extension) and select SEAS
Step 3: Then, under “Print A Footer”, select yes
Step 4: Under “Information for Footer”, select address and phone, Skip the “Add Office, Department, Center” section, and fill in the address all on one line
Step 5: Under “Add Points of Contact”, fill in the phone, fax and web address
Step 6: Fill out the billing and delivery options
Step 7: Immediately after placing the order, respond to the confirmation email saying that you wish to use your sub brand extension (BME, CBE, Office of Undergraduate Research, etc.)
Step 8: The Print Shop will respond to confirm that they will print the letterhead as specified
Bi-fold notecards can be ordered with any UB lockup, including the SEAS and department logos. To order branded notecards, follow the following steps:
Download a work order form from UB Print Services.
Most of the form is self-explanatory. Use this specific information to describe the job: