Diversity in SEAS

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.

Connect with mentors that align with your research interests.

faculty member and LSAMP student working together in UB's earthquake center.

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. 

Gain the skills you need to succeed.

LSAMP students at a networking event.

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. 

Maximize your academic success.

Female students in Costa Rico wearing hard hats.

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.

Join our diverse and inclusive network.

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3/4/20

“The quality of the education you get is in your hands,” Jahmil Campbell (BS ‘07, MS ‘10 electrical engineering) regularly tells students, whether it’s in groups or one-on-one. “People are invested in you and want you to succeed, but it’s up to you to plot your own adventure.”

2/19/20

The popular event is one of dozens highlighting the variety of UB’s student engineering clubs.

2/18/20

At She Started IT on March 7, participants will meet with women who are entrepreneurs and professionals in the tech sector.

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