SEAS News

4/17/19

Reverse Pitch lets students sit back, relax and listen to one of eight 43North companies tell them why they should work for that organization.

4/17/19

UBNow continues its series on the new generation of student leaders with a story on Ian DesJardin, who’s ready to launch his career into space.

4/17/19

UB’s Center for Industrial Effectiveness (TCIE), the business outreach arm for the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, managed course production.

4/17/19
"We have a growing gap between scientists and policy-makers," says Ramla K. Qureshi, a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, "there needs to be frequent conversation letting them know why our research is important, and why it needs their continuous support."
4/16/19

Assistant Professor Teng Wu was interviewed in a recent edition of the Structural Engineering International Journal.

4/12/19

The Theme Park Engineering Club unites students who are interested in exploring the logistics and creativity that go into building theme parks and roller coasters. 

4/11/19

Arody Deleon, a senior majoring in computer science and engineering, was inspired to explore robotics and coding when he was in high school. At UB, he took his passions to a new level.

4/11/19
More than $60K in startup funding and services awarded
4/9/19
“For every 100 beef burgers we eat, that’s around 750 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions, and that’s a conservative estimate,” says Abdulrahman Hassaballah, a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, “for every 100 insect burgers, that number is 10 pounds.”
4/9/19

Longtime UB professor has mentored a generation of engineers while conducting cutting-edge aerospace engineering research.