Despite no national or regional competitions this year, UB’s American Society of Civil Engineers (UB ASCE) found success in a number of accolades from the national association. Club leadership will remember this year for a different kind of accomplishment.


The business arm of UB's engineerng school helps small companies grow their business.


The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has named Rajan Batta as associate dean for faculty affairs and diversity, and appointed Francine Battaglia as chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.


PocketCare+ aims to track not only where and when the disease spreads, but also how it spreads.


Alisa Delaj, a mechanical engineering major from Yonkers, has been selected to receive the prestigious Boren Scholarship. She will study at Korea University in a year-long program.


The fellowships — which provide students freedom and funding — are one of the most competitive for graduate students in the U.S.


Researchers are working to automate manual resuscitators; could aid sickest COVID-19 patients, developing countries.


Leslie Ying has been elected Fellow of AIMBE for her “outstanding contributions to the development and biomedical applications of fast magnetic resonance imaging with sparse sampling.”


Jonathan Bessette, Fatak Borhani, Liam Christie and Dennis Fedorishin are among the 14 UB students to receive the prestigious SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence, the highest honor SUNY bestows upon its student.


Darrell Kaminski, a UB alumnus and assistant professor of practice in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering will join the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) technical working group (TWG) to help advance the administration’s Every Day Counts Five initiative.