We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse community—one that will enrich engineering education and empower our students, faculty and staff to achieve their goals.
Our students and faculty engage in fundamental research and pioneer new technologies that address big challenges faced by society.
As a Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) student at UB, you will have access to LSAMP staff that can pair you with award-winning faculty mentors whose research aligns with your interests.
LSAMP students and summer researchers have the opportunity to attend complementary workshops and networking events designed to help students develop and improve the soft skills employers around the world expect.
The Distinguished Research Fellowship Program seeks PhD graduates from underrepresented groups with strong academic track records and demonstrated potential to be successful future faculty members. Qualified participants may be able to transition into tenure-track faculty positions in UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
The Engineering Design and Innovation (EDI) Scholars Program, funded by an NSF S-STEM grant, provides low-income students the opportunity to be part of a hands-on, community-based cohort of scholars who will learn how to put social justice theory into practice in STEM fields.
Here in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, we are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse community—one that will enrich engineering education and empower students to achieve their goals. Guidance, resources, and student services are available to ensure a safe and support environment for everyone in the SEAS community.
Support us with a gift to the SEAS Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion (JEDI) Initiatives Fund.