Three SEAS students are among the recipients of the state’s second annual Graduate Research Empowering and Accelerating Talent (GREAT) awards, an honor that provides $5,000 in flexible funds for research expenses, professional development and supplemental stipend support.
To facilitate new interdisciplinary research, UB's Graduate School of Education and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will host an event designed to explore and accelerate collaborative research projects.
Tech Xplore posted an article on microgrids and solar power reducing the risk of power outages. It cites a UB study led by Sayanti Mukherjee, assistant professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and quotes Prasangsha Ganguly, Mukherjee's PhD student.
A curriculum that is aligned with the employment market, a wide range of professional development opportunities, and a growing number of diversity and related support programs are just a few of the reasons that the school has become a destination for graduate students.
Colin Drury, PhD, CPE ret. is the recipient of the 2021 Ergonomics Practitioner of the Year Award. The Foundation for Professional Ergonomics (FPE) initiated the annual award to recognize colleagues who have demonstrated outstanding contributions to the practice of ergonomics through their professional lifetime achievements and/or specific implementation projects.