The benefits of travel are immense, but it’s good to understand how students can reduce the impact travel causes on the environment. Learn more about reducing your carbon footprint by attending the ‘Education Abroad, Personal Travel, and Carbon Offsets Webinar’ on Tuesday, March 30th at 4 p.m. Register to attend by going to this link:https://binghamton.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMuc-6hpjgsH9EPYmXxXKeVzpjF8HXtlT4L
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Coded Bias Discussion (SoCo): Society and Computing will host a discussion on the film and its implications on society as a whole. Please watch the documentary here (about 1.5 hours long) before the start of the discussion. (Open to all UB students, faculty and staff.) Virtual (RSVP) Friday, March 26, 2021 at 7:30pm.
The Experiential Learning Network is launching a Project Preparation Seminar (UE 201)—a new online, asynchronous course designed to help students get started with experiential learning.
During your advising appointments, if you discover a student who could use help finding and starting the right opportunity, please encourage them to register for this 7-week, 1-credit course during the fall 2021 semester.
Save the date: July 22-23, 2021 Registration opens in April!
We are excited to share a sneak peek of our 26th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference and hope you will join us for this exciting event. We will be in touch again soon when it’s time to register! Keynote Presentations Invited speakers will address emerging trends and opportunities related to innovation, social justice and research as a catalyst for change.
Mishuana Goeman, PhD University at Buffalo Center for Diversity Innovation visiting scholar; Professor of Gender Studies, American Indian Studies, and affiliated faculty of Critical Race Studies in the Law School, UCLA.
Mark Anthony Neal, PhD Distinguished professor of African and African American Studies and the founding director of the Center for Arts, Digital Culture and Entrepreneurship (CADCE), Duke University.
Tara Ruttley, PhD Associate chief scientist for Microgravity Research at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) headquarters in the Office of the Chief Scientist in Washington, D.C.
Pre-Conference WorkshopsRegistered attendees will receive access to pre-conference video workshops featuring faculty, students and alum to prepare them for an engaging and productive conference experience.
Making the Most of Your Research Conference Learn to successfully navigate a professional conference and discover tips and strategies to leverage your participation toward your professional and academic goals.
Presenting Your Research in a World of Skeptics How to present your research so it is understood and valued.
Your Digital Identity Academic digital platforms and how to use them effectively throughout graduate school and your professional career.
Surviving and Thriving in Graduate School—You Belong! Discover how to move beyond survival and thrive in graduate school—supporting your journey and mental health.
About the Conference
Date: July 22-23, 2021 Location: This year’s conference will be virtual.
Who should attend: All undergraduate student researchers are welcome, including (but not limited to) those from McNair, SSS, LSAMP and CSTEP.
This conference is an excellent opportunity to: • Present faculty-supervised research.• Participate in pre-conference workshops.• Foster conversation around shared interests through digital storytelling.• Network with your peers and current graduate students from your field of study.• Attend a UB Graduate School information program and meet with program faculty, staff and students.• Engage with inspirational speakers and panels in a personal setting.
Registration:• An email announcement will be sent in April once registration is open. The University at Buffalo Undergraduate Research Conference brings together the next generation of professors, researchers, entrepreneurs and influencers to learn about graduate and professional opportunities, with a focus on diversifying the graduate student body at UB and across the nation.
We look forward to welcoming you to the conference this summer!
Speaking in public is something that most people dread. This workshop will give you the tools you need to overcome your fears of presenting in front of large groups. Some of the topics we will discuss include non-verbal communication, confidence, presentation styles, and even what to do when you are stumped. Be afraid of the spot light no longer.
Wed. March 31, 7 – 9 p.m. | Leadership Training Camp is a hands-on, experiential learning workshop that focuses on problem-solving, collaboration, leadership and followership. Learn about your natural leadership style, your leadership strengths, and put them to work in a “hands-on” virtual activity. RSVP today on UBLinked!
Tues. March 23, 3 – 4 p.m. | Do you believe women are still facing oppression in the workforce? If so why? Join the Intercultural & Diversity Center on Zoom for a discussion on the oppression women face while working in male-dominated fields. RSVP on UBLinked!
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