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Theta Tau: Co-Ed Engineering Fraternity Seeks New Members

Posted by Tim on August 21, 2018 in Community Announcements, Networking, Stress Relief, Student Clubs

Theta Tau: Co-Ed Engineering Fraternity | Learn more about us!

Dates: First week of classes

Times: various

Locations: various


Would you like to make friends with other motivated students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences? Would you like to grow professionally? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then consider learning more about Theta Tau.

Theta Tau is a coeducational, professional engineering fraternity at UB. We emphasize:


  • We offer personal assistance with resumes, cover letters, and job interviews
  • We tour various companies throughout New York State (past tours include Lockheed Martin, Southco Manufacturing, engineering divisions of Roswell Park Cancer Institute). Many members have secured internships and full-time jobs because of these tours.
  • We have a vast alumni network with jobs at companies such as Google, Lockheed Martin, and General Dynamics (just to name a few). Great for networking!


  • Spruce up your resume by assisting with our construction projects, helping out with community service, planning fraternity events, or tutoring other students
  • Reach your full potential by honing skills in time management, public speaking, and interviewing


  • We participate in Engineering Week every February (Battle Bot competition)
  • Rube Goldberg machine competition
  • Gain woodshop experience
  • We own a 3D printer for personal use!


  • Membership open to engineering/computer science undergrad students
  • Fun events every semester (formal dances, hiking outdoors, ice skating, Bills games, UB games, escape rooms, etc.)
  • Intramural sports (volleyball, basketball, dodgeball, etc.)
  • Lounge in Furnas Hall — great central location on campus to study or relax

Rush begins the first week of the fall semester (August 27th). A full list of events will be emailed during the first week of the school year

If any of this sounds good to you, fill out our interest form! We’d love to get to know you better:

For questions, please contact our rush chair: Celina Liang ( or Sean Loftus (

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David Wilday, Regent (

Michelle Ford, Vice Regent (

Celina Liang, Co-Rush Chair (

Sean Loftus, Co-Rush Chair (


UB Book Club Looking for New Members

Posted by Tim on July 31, 2018 in Community Announcements, Networking, Stress Relief, Student Clubs

Two Honors Scholars are looking to start a UB Book Club. This book club will meet once a month to discuss one previously-decided-on novel. Anyone who enjoys pleasure reading can sign up here (

Have questions? You can reach out to Anna Dresnack at:


UB LGBT/Queer Prom April 28 ALL are welcome!

Posted by Tim on April 13, 2018 in Community Announcements, Event, Stress Relief, Student Clubs

Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Time: 7 – 10:00pm
Location: 228 Student Union (the old card office)

All are welcome (allies too!) and all gender expressions are welcome.

The event is free for UB students and will have food & refreshments provided. In lieu of a ticket, we only ask that those who are interested in attending RSVP at this url:


UBReUSE Looking for Student Volunteers

Posted by Tim on April 12, 2018 in Networking, Stress Relief, Student Clubs, Volunteering, Volunteers Needed

UBreUSE is going on its third year of operation at UB this year, and we need help from motivated underclassmen. As a leader in sustainability on campus I was hoping you would be able to connect me with some people that you have identified as young leaders. A little bit about UBreUSE to share with your students:

UBreUSE is University at Buffalo’s official zero waste initiative move out program started by a handful of UB’s Education and Leadership Fellows for Sustainability (including baby freshman me!) back in Spring 2016. Since then we have diverted over 12,000 lbs of waste from the landfill, and earned over $3,000 from sales.

The Problem: During move out of people throw away items that aren’t garbage (Clothing, kitchen ware, rugs, shower caddies, even mini fridges and TVs, etc) because they don’t need them anymore or can not take everything home with them. These items are completely fixable or usable, yet they are going directly to landfill.

Our Solution: We believed that we could do something about this needless waste, and decided to organize a way to collect all of the unwanted goods and find people whodid want them.

Turns out, the people who want this exact stuff are UB underclassmen moving into the same dorms in the fall! SO what we do is this:

1.) Collection during move out week

2.) Storage in Trailers on campus, refurbish and clean items over the summer

3.) SALE of all items during move in week (late August/early September)

What we need:

This program is an entity of UB Sustainability and we are supported by Pro Staff, but it is completely student driven. UBreUSE needs hard working and dedicated students to make it work. Active volunteers who can not only help out during event weeks, but can represent UBreUSE year round and be a part of the team. We work hard and have lots of fun year round. In addition to needing team members, we are also looking for students who show initiative to promote to team leaders to carry out the program in the future.

To learn more or to help, please contact….

Kayleigh Hamernik

UBreUSE Project Manager

University at Buffalo Honors College ’19

Environmental Studies B.S.


EMERGE Student Run Stem Publication Looking for Writers, Artists, Photogs, Consultants and more

Posted by Tim on April 19, 2016 in Community Announcements, Networking, New Programs, Student Clubs

Emerge: Student-Run Stem Publication of the University at Buffalo

Looking for: Writers, artists, photojournalists, consultants, copy editors, developers, and designers

Leadership Positions Available!

Copy Manager, Publicity Coordinator, Club Administrator

Next meeting: May 4, 2016
6:30 p.m.
208 Davis Hall (firefly Conference room)


Be a UBFAN! Join UB’s Newest Student Group!

Posted by Tim on October 6, 2014 in Community Announcements, Networking, Student Clubs

Be a FAN!  Join UB’s newest student group, the UBFAN.  The UB Future Alumni Network, formerly the UBSAA, is a group open to all UB students.  Our goal is to enable students to harness the power of UB’s alumni network.  Looking for a job or internship?  Want to learn about a career?  The UBFAN provides opportunities to network with alumni through events like Career Conversations and UB Schmoozin’.  To learn more about us and to join, go to  You can also check us out at and Twitter, @UBFutureAlumni.


International Student Mentoring Program Student Mentors Needed

Posted by Tim on August 4, 2014 in Community Announcements, Networking, Student Clubs, Volunteering, Volunteers Needed

Invitation to Join an International Student Mentoring Program

Are you interested in learning about other cultures?  Would you like to get to know international students better?  Do you want to help someone from another culture?  The International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) office and UB Counseling Services invite you to participate as a mentor in the International Student Mentoring Program.

We are recruiting Junior and Senior Undergraduate students to participate as mentors for newly arrived international students during the Fall 2014 semester.  You don’t have to know about other cultures, speak other languages or have traveled overseas.  All you need is a sincere desire to help others and an interest in people from other cultural backgrounds.

Here is an overview of the program:

  • Each mentor will be paired with two newly arrived international students.
  • The commitment is for one semester.
  • Mentors must be available to meet with their mentees for one hour every two weeks.  The activity can be as simple as having lunch together, going for coffee or taking a walk, or as elaborate as visiting a local tourist attraction, going to a sports event or having a family dinner in your home.
  • There will be separate half-day training sessions for both mentors and mentees.  Mentors will learn about the mentees’ culture(s), receive valuable information about campus resources available to mentees, and learn tips on how to best interact with someone from another country.
  • There will be an end-of-semester party to celebrate your mentoring accomplishments

It doesn’t take more than one hour to make a difference and learn something new!

If you are interested in joining the International Student Mentoring Program, please complete the mentor application found at the following link:

If you have any questions about the program, please call 645-2258 or email

We look forward to hearing from you and working with you!


Jessica Ereiz, Assistant Director, ISSS; International Student Mentoring Program Coordinator



Student Wide Judiciary Seeks New Justices

Posted by Tim on April 18, 2014 in Community Announcements, Student Clubs, Volunteering, Volunteers Needed

The Student Wide Judiciary, the judicial branch of the student governments here at UB is looking to recruit justices for the upcoming year. They have no academic requirements except that you are returning to UB next year. The position requires a commitment of 2 hours/week, and this is a voluntary position. It’s a great extracurricular, and they are open to all majors. Anyone interested can contact Twiesha Vachhrajani, Chief Justice at, or visit 252 Capen Hall and inquire about it.


Glamorously Green: Eco-Fashion Show and Natural Beauty Fair

Posted by Tim on April 14, 2014 in Community Announcements, Competitions, Event, Student Clubs

Glamorously Green: Eco-Fashion Show and Natural Beauty Fair
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Student Union Lobby

First Place: $50

Second Place: $25

Clubs and individuals are invited to create at least one outfit out of recycled/reused materials to model on stage to win prizes.

Register for free by April 21st, 2014.

To sign up, email Shivani at:

Explore the Natural Beauty Fair from 11:30-2:00 p.m..  Learn about issues surrounding everyday beauty products while you make your own eco-friendly solutions!



Society of Physics Meeting and Graduate School Dean Meeting April 3

Posted by Tim on March 31, 2014 in Event, Graduate School Programs, Student Clubs, Workshops

The Society of Physics Students will have a meeting Thursday, April 3rd, at 6:00 PM, in Fronczak 341. The focus of the meeting will be the construction of applications to graduate programs, and selecting the appropriate program for you. We will have two speakers: Dr. John T. Ho, Dean of the Graduate School, and physics senior Paul Glenn.

Even if you are not applying to graduate school for a few more years, come learn what you can do during your undergraduate education to increase your chances of going to the graduate school of your choice.

Also, we will have pizza and drinks.