Faculty, students and staff in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are collaborating with colleagues across the University, the region and the world, sharing their expertise to address critical issues related to the pandemic.
For 70 years, the members of UB’s Engineering and Applied Sciences Alumni Association (UBEAA) have served as a channel through which the school’s alumni can communicate, network and realize their professional potential.
Industrial engineers find ways to optimize systems, improving things as diverse and complex as TSA, mail carrier routes, and manufacturing assembly lines. Or, with Oyinkansola Antwi’s recent project, our wellbeing.
A group of engineering undergraduate students put their knowledge, creativity and resources to use and created a UB chapter of e-NABLE – an online global community who use 3D printers to make free and low-cost prosthetic upper limb devices for adults and children in need.