The 1981 SEAS graduate and Purdue University professor is an expert on how rocks behave beneath the Earth’s surface.
Awards acknowledge and provide system-wide recognition for consistently superior professional achievement and the ongoing pursuit of excellence.
The largest class in school history, newest department graduates first cohort, and new doctorate awarded for first time.
Researchers use $2.4 million grant for dendritic cell cancer immunotherapy; will study hybrid drug delivery vehicle that breaks through intracellular traffic jams.
The effort will provide opportunities to displaced workers and those who have been historically underrepresented in STEM.
The three teams in the University at Buffalo’s American Society of Civil Engineers club had their most successful finishes in any academic year.
Medical and engineering faculty and students are working to solve Chloe Cottone's hypermobility problems and maintain her goal of becoming a surgeon.
Jonathan Surdej recently won his sixth MAC title in shot put, and will start the second internship of his college career shortly. Despite the demanding lifestyle, he continues to find success in the classroom and the field.
Haley Parker will speak at the undergraduate ceremony, while Vidushi Sharma and Tashfia Mohona will speak at the two graduate ceremonies.
Lili Rassouli is studying ways to convert solar energy into other clean fuels.