Students are the first to receive a BS in Engineering Science since the program relaunched in 2021.
The 1981 SEAS graduate and Purdue University professor is an expert on how rocks behave beneath the Earth’s surface.
The 1979 UB graduate, Dean's Advisory Council chair and GlobalFoundries executive was honored by the UB Engineering and Applied Sciences Alumni Association.
The Los Angeles Times photographer will be awarded UB's highest honor at the first of two SEAS graduate commencement ceremonies.
UB interviewed Allen about her role and experience working with NASA, and her advice for women pursuing a career in engineering.
Thanks to a $2.5 million grant renewal, the program will continue to support students of color pursuing STEM degrees.
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