Student News

An umbrella fitted with solar cells and charging ports that provides electrical power, shade and shelter from inclement weather.
Ten high achieving engineering and applied sciences students have been recognized with prestigious awards from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

New research and recreational activities ensure that UB's lake is the campus focal point it was always meant to be.


Philip Odonkor, a PhD student in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has always been intrigued by the idea of distilling complex thoughts into short, captivating narratives. He’s also proven that he’s highly proficient at this essential skill.

An article in Business First features Dan Buckmaster, a master’s degree student studying mechanical engineering in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, who is growing his own startup company, an engineer-for-hire service called Tresca Design, which offers mechanical design services to clients that range from startups to established companies.
On May 27, UB welcomed 38 undergraduate STEM students from Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan to campus. They made the 36-hour trip to take a variety of classes, from engineering to sociology, through UBThisSummer during the first six-week session of the program.